How to choose the best vps cambodia? – part 2

November 29, 2016

As you look to make your decision, there are some general factors about VPS Cambodia to take into consideration.

Windows vs Linux

To start with, you have to know which kind of VPS environment you will use: Windows or Linux. Linux is a different ballgame than Windows, but certainly has its perks. Regardless of wants and comfort levels, if your website is running on ASP or, it is better for you to use a Windows environment.


Managed vs Unmanaged

In shared hosting, you do not get root access to the server and the question of monitoring the server does not arise.

But when it comes to cheap VPS Cambodia, the whole virtual server is handed over to you. Therefore, there needs to be someone to look after it and manage its performance. If this is taken care of by your VPS provider, then it is named managed VPS, whereas in unmanaged VPS you have to take the responsibility of your server all by yourself.

Unmanaged hosting asks you to manage the performance and keep the server operating in good health. If your server software happens to crash, or some security problem manages to creep in, you will be the one to fix it and also the only administrator of your VPS.


So, if you are a seasoned geek, who knows the ins and outs of server management and are familiar with stuff like shutting down, restarting, repairing, rebooting the server, then you are a good user for unmanaged hosting. That means you should choose to pay a little more and start with managed VPS.

The extent to which a VPS is managed varies from business to business and even with different plans with the same provider. So, you should keep this in mind while comparing different VPS plans or providers before you go ahead with finalizing one for you.

Most best VPS Cambodia providers provide managed VPS hosting by default, but unmanaged does allow for some additional freedom – provided that you know how to and are comfortable managing and configuring everything by yourself.

Trial Period

Most of the hosting providers will provide a free trial period (that is a money-back guarantee policy should you be unsatisfied with the service). You should find out what the trial period is and during that period, make use of server monitoring systems to track server uptime and responses.