Over the past few years, virtualization technology and best VPS Cambodia hosting has become extremely popular.
As the virtualization technologies have increased in functionality and performance, this is expected to continue. There are many reasons why the company/ organization would host their application or website on a VPS. From a lower carbon footprint to having the ability to scale painlessly and quickly, it can make sense for many organizations. Here are some reasons why VPS will only continue getting more popular.
More reliability and stability for basic web hosting needs
With the invention of cheap VPS Cambodia, shared hosting will soon be a service of the past. With many hosting providers over selling their servers and piling on as many as thousands of customers on to the same web server, the reliability of their services will soon diminish.
With the shared hosting, your website’s performance and uptime can be affected by other websites on the same server. What this means is that if your web server happens to also host a 12 year old wanna-be programmer which happens to crash the server, your website will suffer from this as well. It is necessary to ask yourself if you are willing to take these risks with your websites, especially if it is only used for business.
Some websites are set up and do not expect much variance in the amount of traffic they get. For them, this factor may not be important. However, for those who are starting a new website with hopes of growing it into something much larger, being able to scale your hosting resources without any downtime or technical issues is very important.
With VPS Cambodia hosting, your website is hosted within what is called a container. This container is allocated a certain amount of resources that depends on the service you purchased. The best thing about how these containers work is that they can easily and quickly be allocated more or less resources as you need them. For example, if you need to upgrade your ram quickly when you expect a high surge of visitors, you can simply add more ram to your container with the click of a button. If you were using dedicated server or shared hosting, someone would have to physically set up the new ram into your server – which will result in downtime and lost traffic.