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What Does Dedicated Hosting Denote?

When we talk about web hosting servers, there are three main sorts - hosting servers, VPS (virtual private web hosting servers) and dedicated servers. Shared servers host multiple customers and hence the resources per account are limited, VPS give you more configuration freedom, but also affect other VPS web servers on the hardware node if utilized imprudently, and dedicated servers give you the chance to perform everything you want without intervening with anyone else.

Why would you need a dedicated servers?

Dedicated servers are traditionally much more expensive than shared hosting servers or virtual web hosting servers. Why would anyone, then, use them? The explanation is very simple. If your corporation has a high resource-consuming web portal, or simply has very special server configuration requirements, the most relevant option is a dedicated servers. For someone who is inclined to invest in security and dependability, the greater price is not a concern. You are bestowed with root privileges and can utilize 100% of the physical machine's system resources without anyone else availing of these system resources and meddling with your web pages.

Hardware specs

The majority of hosting corporations, including us at Go Digital Website, offer several hardware configurations you can choose from in keeping with your necessities. The configurations offer different kinds of microprocessors, a different amount of cores, different RAM memory and hard drive sizes and different web traffic allowances. You can pick a hosting CP, which is a convenient GUI if you would like to utilize the dedicated servers for website hosting purposes solely and prefer not to use SSH for all the changes you will be making. We provide 3 kinds of web hosting Control Panel software - Hepsia, DirectAdmin and cPanel.

The hosting CP of your choice

If you are a self-confident Linux OS user (our hosting servers are running on Linux or other Unix-based OSs), you could administer your dedicated servers via a Secure Shell tunnel only. That, however, could be inconvenient, even more so if you choose to grant full root access to somebody else who has less technical proficiency than yourself. This is why having hosting Control Panel software pre-activated is a fine idea. The Hepsia Control Panel interface that we provide does not give you complete server root access and is mainly appropriate for somebody who runs many websites that devour lots of resources, but prefers to manage the websites, databases and mailbox accounts through an easy-to-use hosting CP. The DirectAdmin and cPanel Control Panels, on the other hand, give you full root-level access and have three levels of access - root, reseller and user. If you plan to resell hosting packages rather than utilizing the dedicated servers only for yourself, you should pick one of these two.

Server monitoring and backup services

Last but not least, there is the issue of monitoring the dedicated servers and of backing it up. In case of a predicament with your dedicated hosting server, like an unresponsive Apache or a downtime, it is useful to have some sort of monitoring system activated. Here at Go Digital Website the system administrators monitor all dedicated servers for ping timeouts, and, if you have a Managed Services package, they monitor the separate services on the dedicated servers too. Backups are also a bonus feature - the web hosting provider offers you data backups on our own backup web servers. You could select a kind of RAID that would permit you to keep the very same data on two hard disk drives as a protective measure in the event of a hard disk failure, or in case someone whom you have ranted complete root-level access erases something unintentionally.