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Hosting FAQs

Hosting your website or application is typically very complex. We've built out and acquired complete hosting platforms to simplify the process. Through our 20 years of hosting and development experience we've figured out some of the common gotchas. Here are just a few questions that pop up.

What is the difference between shared hosting, VPS hosting, and dedicated hosting?+
have limitations in performance and customization. It is suitable for small websites or blogs with low to moderate traffic. VPS (Virtual Private Server) hosting: VPS hosting offers a virtualized environment where your website is hosted on a server with dedicated resources. It provides more control, customization, and scalability than shared hosting but is more expensive. VPS hosting is suitable for medium-sized websites or businesses with growing traffic. Dedicated hosting: Dedicated hosting provides an entire physical server dedicated to your website, offering the highest level of performance, control, and customization. This option is more expensive and is suitable for large websites or businesses with high traffic and resource-intensive applications.
What are the key factors to consider when choosing a website hosting provider?+
Performance and reliability: Look for a hosting provider with a solid uptime guarantee (99.9% or higher) and fast server response times to ensure a smooth user experience. Scalability: Choose a hosting provider that offers various plans and resources to accommodate your website's growth and changing needs over time. Security features: Ensure the hosting provider offers robust security measures, such as SSL certificates, malware scanning, and automated backups, to protect your website from potential threats. Customer support: Opt for a hosting provider with responsive, knowledgeable customer support available via multiple channels (phone, email, live chat) to assist you with any issues that may arise. Pricing and contract terms: Compare the pricing and contract terms of different hosting providers, keeping in mind that the cheapest option may not always offer the best value.
How can I transfer my existing website to a new hosting provider?+
Choose a new hosting provider and sign up for a hosting plan that meets your website's requirements. Backup your existing website files and database to ensure you have a copy in case of any issues during the transfer. Upload your website files to the new hosting provider using an FTP client or the hosting provider's file manager. Export your database from your old hosting provider and import it into the new hosting provider's database system (e.g., MySQL or PostgreSQL). Update your domain's DNS settings to point to the new hosting provider's servers. This may take 24-48 hours to propagate. Test your website on the new hosting provider to ensure everything is working correctly. It's recommended to consult with your new hosting provider's support team for assistance with the transfer process, as specific steps may vary.