How to choose the best VPS Cambodia? It may be the question of many people who are going to start to work in Cambodia.
As is the case with any purchase, price is always plays an important role in your choices as to whether you move to which VPS hosting provider.
Price changes considerably for VPS, simply because of the nature and variability of hosting environment. VPS costs also depend on numerous factors like the different hardware specs, customization options and so on.
It is said that to provide something of a baseline, you should expect to pay somewhere in the range of $8 – $15 for a basic VPS hosting Cambodia plan including 1 GB RAM and 20 GB storage.
Redundancy and Scalability
Redundancy refers to having a backup resource in place. If the regular power supply fails down, UPS systems and generators will be the alternative. If the services of the ISP are interrupted, some other alternate arrangement will be there. And if one server is overloaded, another server will replace it be there. On the other hand, scalability indicates the ability to handle sudden, usually by using of the redundant resources in the system. Both of the combined together translates into better uptime and consistent performance.
Cloud-based vs Conventional VPS Hosting
We can see that the term cloud-based VPS is very popular now. Many people confused conventional VPS with cloud – based VPS as both draw resources from a source and both use virtualized environments.
A conventional VPS is a smaller server within a bigger server. The bigger server is actually a physical server – just like one of the rigs you see in data center. The bigger server is sliced into a number of smaller servers and hired out as VPS accounts. If there is enough traffic, a VPS account will hit the physical limits of the bigger server. The real limits on how many memory bars we can add into the bigger server, how many storage disks the bigger server can hold.
On the other hand, cloud-based cheap VPS Cambodia runs on multiple clustered servers. Like conventional VPS, a cloud-based VPS also draw resources from one machine. However, this machine is actually a combination of multiple servers.
Which choice is better?
Cloud based VPS has virtually no limitations as you can always:
- Add other server into the cluster (for some cloud installation you can do this on the fly – hence you can upgrade your server resources with no down time).
- Add more storage into the centralized storage system.
So, a cloud-based VPS is better than the conventional type because of its flexibility.