When looking for a place to host your website there are many options but the most common starting point is a virtual private server (VPS) or Shared hosting plan. This is primarily due to the starting price and high value that you get for the money.Continue reading –>
A VPS server gives you elevated access to your own disk space, memory, CPU cores, and software configuration. It’s like having your own virtual dedicated server in a data center, but for a fraction of the cost. This guide will explain what is a VPS and why VPS hosting is the right option for you.Continue reading –>
InMotion Hosting is bolstering its VPS hosting options yet again, this time in the form of high-performance, ultra-reliable NVMe SSD servers.
After upgrading its VPS hosting options to include unlimited bandwidth and three free dedicated IP addresses last year, InMotion Hosting is now adding even more value to its VPS hosting plans by provisioning new customers on top-of-the-line NVMe servers.Continue reading –>
While it is possible to set up a VPS hosting platform without cPanel, some users find it helpful to have a control panel that they can access from a web browser and modify as they see fit. Using cPanel helps automate and manage a majority of system administration-related tasks, but it can also be restrictive for users looking to customize their servers in particular ways. In this article, we will discuss the pros and cons of using cPanel on VPS.Continue reading –>
Many Linux users have been looking for a CentOS replacement since the news of CentOS 8 coming to an end emerged in early 2021. Similarly, many managed VPS users have switched to Cloud Server (unmanaged) Hosting following the price increase in cPanel hosting plans recently. Below we’ll cover some of the most popular, stable cPanel alternatives available for Linux systems.Continue reading –>
If you are new to WordPress, or an experienced WordPress administrator, it’s important that you choose the type of web hosting that’s best for you and your business. InMotion Hosting offers both a WordPress Hosting plan on WordPress-optimized shared servers, and a WordPress Virtual Private server (VPS). Below we’ll take a look at what the plans have in common, key differences between the plans, and some guidelines to help you decide which plan best fits your needs.Continue reading –>
Linux server hosting is a completely different world from software as a service (SaaS) website builders like Wix, Squarespace, and Bandzoogle. Your own server always includes more possibilities. The purpose of this blog is to compare the two most powerful and cost-effective Linux web hosting options, cPanel-Managed VPS vs. Cloud Server Hosting, in order to help you determine which one better suits your needs.Continue reading –>