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There are a few downsides to shared hosting, though, mostly because you’re sharing. For instance, if someone else on your shared server has a huge spike in traffic, that could affect your website’s performance. However, if you’re just getting your website off the ground and don’t have huge traffic volume, shared hosting is a great way to get online!
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There are a few downsides to shared hosting, though, mostly because you’re sharing. For instance, if someone else on your shared server has a huge spike in traffic, that could affect your website’s performance. However, if you’re just getting your website off the ground and don’t have huge traffic volume, shared hosting is a great way to get online!
Ubuntu is one of the most popular desktop Linux distributions which also has a web server variant as well as the Kubuntu package. Overall, Ubuntu, Debian, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) are commonly found in web hosting and private cloud data centers in use as web servers, with Fedora and openSUSE more popular among independent web developers and PHP/Python programmers.
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DreamHost has been a top hosting provider for several years. Their VPS plans come with a bunch of features that show real value for the price. The base package comes with 1GB RAM and 30GB SSD storage. Some of the core features include managed VPS security options, such as PHP release updates, manual security patches, latest WordPress security upgrades and more.

InMotion Hosting includes managed hosting features for advanced server optimization with your VPS—including updates for LAMP stack, cPanel, and WHM, as well as OS security patches. You also get a free cPanel license and multiple dedicated IP addresses. We also like the snapshot functionality which allows you to revert to a previous instance of your files and processes. And, InMotion does not limit you to a certain number of CPU cores.
The most obvious and popular reason for a VPS is to run a single website, or multiple websites. However, you can use them for pretty much anything that requires access to the internet – such as a web application like Nextcloud to run your own Dropbox alternative – or to create your own virtual private network to better secure the internet connection of your PCs and mobile devices.
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