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Shared Hosting

Shared hosting is a web hosting option that allows multiple users with individual internet domains to share and utilize one single server.

There are many benefits of shared hosting, some of which include affordability, fast support and maintenance, user-friendliness, ample space for growth and expansion, and 100% website up-time.

The key difference between shared VS dedicated VS VPS hosting is the way these three utilize the servers for web hosting. Shared hosting allows users to share a single server, dedicated hosting allows users to have a dedicated server, while VPS hosting lies somewhere in between and has a portion/slices of the one single server that acts as separate dedicated hardware entities.

Getting started with shared hosting is pretty simple. All you need to do is to purchase a package from Hoster Port and you will receive a welcome email that provides you information about accessing your account from our shared hosting customer portal. The customer portal also allows you to view the account’s product information. This includes:
· Domain name and IP address.
· cPanel URLs and login information.
· FTP server and login information.
· E-mail server and login information.
· DNS name server information.
· SSH account information.

VPS Hosting

VPS hosting or virtual private server is a web hosting solution that allows you to have your own VPS server just like a dedicated server. It is scalable and allows you to change your resource allocation any time you want. Unlike dedicated hosting, it requires less technical expertise and is significantly less expensive.

VPS hosting provides faster loading time for your web pages which is crucial for capturing the interest of your audience. Furthermore, it helps you steer away from malware and security threats. Additionally, it is also an excellent option for scaling and you can increase your resources over time as your site grows.

The key difference between shared VS dedicated VS VPS hosting is the way these three utilize the servers for web hosting. Shared hosting allows users to share a single server, dedicated hosting allows users to have a dedicated server, while VPS hosting lies somewhere in between and has a portion/slices of the one single server that acts as separate dedicated hardware entities.

Getting started with VPS hosting is pretty simple. All you need to do is to purchase a package from Hoster Port and you will receive a welcome email that provides you information about accessing your account from our VPS hosting customer portal. The customer portal also allows you to view the account’s product information. This includes: · VPS Domain name and IP address. · cPanel URLs and login information. · Installed operating system (OS) template. · DNS name server information. · SSH account information.

Dedicated Hosting

Dedicated hosting is a web hosting solution that allows you to rent out an entire dedicated server.
It is an ideal option for websites with high traffic and for businesses that need a dedicated bandwidth source.

A dedicated server offers faster web pages loading time since you are not sharing your web hosting with another user. It is perfect for websites with high traffic. Additionally, it gives you the option to customize software components or alter the way the web-server works to match your requirements.

The key difference between shared VS dedicated VS VPS hosting is the way these three utilize the servers for web hosting. Shared hosting allows users to share a single server, dedicated hosting allows users to have a dedicated server, while VPS hosting lies somewhere in between and has a portion/slices of the one single server that acts as separate dedicated hardware entities.

Getting started with dedicated hosting is pretty simple and you can do it in six simple steps. The steps are as follows:
 Initiate the configuration process.

 Choose the number of CPU cores that you need.
 Choose a storage solution.
 Add RAM to your server.
 Determine if you need to migrate an existing server.
 Select a payment plan.

Reseller Hosting

Reseller Hosting allows you to create sub-packages within the allotted Disk Space and Bandwidth of your main Hosting package. You can use WHM to create Individual Custom packages (each with cPanel) and provision them to your Customers. Additionally, you can use WHMCS for billing (Not supported on the base plan).

All Reseller Hosting packages come with 2 separate Control Panels - WHM and cPanel. WHM gives you administrative control of your Reseller Hosting package and cPanel allows your Customers to manage their individual Hosting packages.

Your WHM Control Panel allows you to create individual Hosting packages and completely manage them.

In essence, Reseller Hosting gives you more control and more resources than Shared Hosting. Think of Reseller Hosting as a parental figure to Shared Hosting. As a reseller, you’re allowed to create and manage multiple Shared Hosting accounts, with the intention of selling them to your clients.

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