Three Key Differences Between VPS and VDS

VPS vs VDS

As you may be aware, VPS is an acronym for Virtual Private Server, while VDS stands for Virtual Dedicated Server. Even though both types of webhosting make use of the same type of hardware, they tend to function a bit differently. While most consider these differences negligible, they can have an enormous impact as your site draws more traffic, or needs to make use of more complicated dynamic scripts. Unfortunately, most people that are not aware of their essential differences may wind up spending more money during the upgrade process simply because they chose a hosting provider that does not offer VDS hosting.
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VPS vs. a Dedicated Server for High Traffic Sites

VPS vs Dedicated Server

As you website traffic grows, you may increasingly find that it is being closed down for excessive bandwidth. In fact, even if you purchase an unlimited hosting package, there are limits that will come into place at some point. Once you reach this stage, you may have to give some serious thought to choosing between a virtual private server (VPS) or a dedicated server.
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