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    HILL is offline Junior Member
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    Default VPS Vs Reseller Web Hosting

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    I have a plan to purchase a UK based reseller hosting package. That server should be clustered. I am feadup of the server failing once a week, with the old provide. Is this because of the other reseller web hosting accounts which are present on the same server where my hosting account is to present. Is this problem is because of resource hog clients or anything else ?Or i have another idea in my mind that shall I opt for a virtual private server. I think to resolve this issue permanently, vps would be the better option ?

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    Rachael is offline Marketing Team
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    If you would like to opt for reseller hosting, then you can select from the ones provided by Web Hosting UK depending on your operating system. Web Hosting UK hosts the servers in a fully managed data center therefore you can be rest assured that there will be no downtime to your server. You can be sure that your account wont be affected with the other reseller hosting accounts present. If you would like to get into a reseller hosting business, it is always better to sign up with a reseller hosting plan. In this plan you will get the appropriate resources that will enable you to start your reseller hosting business. You will get the authorization to create the reseller hosting packages. Moreover the control panel offered DotNetPanel will enable you to manage your clients and packages easily.

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    Another benefit of VPS is that you will have a Root Administrative Access to your server. This will allow you to install any 3rd party application on the server. So you can install any application of your choice and use it easily on the server. You can even change/ modify the server settings at any point of time.

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    VPS is much the same level with dedicated server, so you can create reseller accounts. However, if you are not familiar with VPS/server, you should be careful when choosing a VPS.

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    You should opt for a cloud server, there you can have good resources and no other server or account can effect your server. These not only offer you good performance but also 100% uptime guarantee with dedicated CPU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rachael View Post
    If you would like to opt for reseller hosting, then you can select from the ones provided by Web Hosting UK depending on your operating system. Web Hosting UK hosts the servers in a fully managed data center therefore you can be rest assured that there will be no downtime to your server. You can be sure that your account wont be affected with the other reseller hosting accounts present. If you would like to get into a reseller hosting business, it is always better to sign up with a reseller hosting plan. In this plan you will get the appropriate resources that will enable you to start your reseller hosting business. You will get the authorization to create the reseller hosting packages. Moreover the control panel offered – DotNetPanel will enable you to manage your clients and packages easily.
    ok.

    Quote Originally Posted by LEWIS View Post
    You should opt for a cloud server, there you can have good resources and no other server or account can effect your server. These not only offer you good performance but also 100% uptime guarantee with dedicated CPU.
    I agree with the information Rachael provided. Lewis can you please explain me why should i opt for cloud server against VPS or Reseller Web Hosting Package.

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    marcellarhughes is offline Junior Member
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    Usually for the "normal Dude" a shared host will do it because the webhosting companies usually watch that every client on their server receives pretty much the same RAM and CPU capacity without them to risk to limit it out. At first you should check if my website meets some requirements they are just mandatory for publishing a website like:
    image sizes, are you running any memory and cpu intense php or js scripts, are you working with a huge database like e.g online stores with thousands of products would require, are you offering download services or are you even a game hoster. Is your website coded as per web standard?
    My recommendation is you to check out and compare several Business Server Hosting Companies and compare them and do some research in Forums on the subject. If you are really unhappy you always can move to another Hoster or upgrade your account to VPS hosting. Ask yourself if the price difference between shared and VPS really is worth it or if maybe you can do something to increase the performance of your website yourself.
    I'm running an online store myself with quite a few products and many many product images and I'm using a shared hosting web space and have encountered no problems at all yet.

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    stan paine is offline Sales Team
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    Quote Originally Posted by HILL View Post
    Hi,

    I have a plan to purchase a UK based reseller hosting package. That server should be clustered. I am feadup of the server failing once a week, with the old provide. Is this because of the other reseller web hosting accounts which are present on the same server where my hosting account is to present. Is this problem is because of resource hog clients or anything else ?Or i have another idea in my mind that shall I opt for a virtual private server. I think to resolve this issue permanently, vps would be the better option ?
    Clustered server setup is what cloud VM(virtual machine) known for. To avoid server failing issues ie have redundancy, cloud is the best platform to host resource intensive websites and applications. In addition to High Availability, features such as reliability, scalability add to performance to performance.

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