Why VPS Cloud Hosting Is A Smart Choice For Your Online Business

by Sushant Risodkar · 18 comments

Are you having an online business website that runs on a cheap web hosting or a web hosting that is kind of using an old technology? Is your web hosting server shaking due to high use of resources causing various problems? Do you think that it can handle your online business which is growing day by day?

Until now, shared hosting was the best choice you could make if you wanted a cheap and reliable solution to host your website or application on the Web.

But of course, this technology is not without its limitations: you get few resources, the security isn’t very tight and you can’t upgrade your package if and when your site needs more processing power.

Fortunately, things have started to improve these past couple of years. Aside from cheaper dedicated servers, hosting providers started offering Virtual Private Servers (SmartBloggerz is also using VPS from HostGator), which were basically full-fledged virtual machines with their own operating system, running on a more powerful physical server.

Such a server was able to host up to 10 or even 20 VPS servers, and distribute the resources among them on a per need basis.

However, as you may have already figured out, this still didn’t address the problem with the lack of upgradeability and a bigger resource pool.

Well, that problem has been solved now thanks to the new vps cloud hosting packages, which are already being offered by some major hosting providers at great prices (really, the prices are affordable!).

These packages basically give you a full virtual server that is hosted on hundreds or even thousands of physical machines simultaneously and can access all of their resources (that is, hundreds of gigabytes of RAM and processor cores, terabytes of storage space and gigabits of network bandwidth!) whenever your site needs them.

So, you might be wondering, is it really better to choose a VPS cloud hosting package over the more traditional hosting technologies. Well, here are just 4 of the many reasons why hosting your online business on a vps cloud hosting would be a good idea:

It’s Cheaper

Most VPS cloud hosting packages let you choose the exact resources that your virtual server will have and adjust them at any time depending on your needs.

So, if your site usually works well enough on 1 processor core with 512 MB of RAM, you can pay only for that, and pay more only when you increase the resources to, say, 4 cores and 2 GB of RAM when you get a sudden increase in traffic, from Digg or other social networks, for example.

This means that you’ll be spending much less money than you would pay for a powerful dedicated server and still get all the resources you need, when you need them.

It’s Much More Flexible

As I said above, you can customize the resources and software you have on your virtual server at any time. This gives you a lot of possibilities to play around with your server. You can experiment with different settings and find the optimal ones, something that would be impossible on a usual dedicated or even VPS server.

It’s More Reliable

A VPS cloud server usually stores the same data on multiple hard drives in mirror mode. This is done for the security of your data. This means that your server is much more reliable and your data is much safer on a cloud VPS server than anywhere else.

You can, for example, always restore any of your files if you accidentally deleted them or if there was a hardware problem on one of the physical machines.

It’s Much Faster

Because you have access to so many resources and your site is literally connected to the Internet through hundreds of 100 Mbps LAN cables, you can get all the speed you need and your site will never slow down.

You can host a site similar to Youtube on one single virtual machine, which makes administration much easier (Google actually does that with Youtube and their other Web services and apps).

Ultimately – VPS Cloud Hosting Is Smart

There are many more advantages to a VPS cloud hosting package, but the above ones should be more than enough for you to choose one. If you need a reliable, cheap and scalable hosting solution specially for your online business, well, this new technology might be just what you’ve been looking for.

Do you let me know your opinion on this article and whether you support the use of cloud hosting for online businesses. Also, have you or your friend using vps cloud hosting? If yes, then what have been your experiences? Just comment below and let me know all that.


If yes, then what have been your experiences?



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Cirti February 11, 2011 at 5:03 pm

Thanks for the review. but what i think is that cloud hosting is good for the corporate world or when its the case of many sites. Its not beneficial in case of single site

Lucas Chesterfield June 28, 2011 at 11:02 pm

My question about cloud hosting is, there are data centers spread around the world/country but would my information be backed up on several of the servers for security purposes? That would make me feel much safer, because that way my information will still be preserved even if there is some sort of natural disaster, etc.

Sushant Risodkar July 1, 2011 at 1:47 pm

yes it will be backed up like that only.

Thomas Sullivan June 28, 2012 at 1:44 am

My company consists of 20 job sites. I started out on free shared server, then paid shared, then semi dedicated, and now I am on the VPS cloud. As traffic to these sites has increased over time, cloud VPS serves me very well. Speed is much faster then semi dedicated. I couple my VPS cloud with a WordPress server cache plugin for each site. This also increases my speed. I run a fairly large number of scripts but I am still 90 out of 100 in terms of Google speed check tool. Point being, when you have the traffic, VPS cloud is the way to go. Cost is low and speed is fast. Important given that Google now uses speed as one of it’s factors when considering if you will be on the first page of Google.

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