Hosting is what makes your website viewable to people the world over. Simply put, when you buy hosting, you're basically buying space on a server or a rack.
Types of hosting solutions available:
Dedicated Servers provide hosting solutions with robust performance, reliability, and security for any application. Our wide selection of servers lets you find the perfect match for your operations. Each comes with the industry's most complete selection of included services, and the opportunity to choose additional hardware upgrades and service options.
VPS stands for Virtual Private Server. It is a type of hosting where a client leases a container in one server instead of leasing the whole server. VPS consist of few containers of running OS instances in one powerful server. It is generally to cut down cost while preserving the objectives on environment isolation.
With colocation hosting, you actually own the hardware, while still enjoying the many resources of a large, established data center. Such resources include: controlled air temperature and humidity, building security (from fire, flood, theft, etc.), redundancy, backup systems, and the support of the company's IT and management team on hand. But you alone are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of your server; the colocation hosting provider only handles things like connectivity, environmental factors, uninterruptible power, and security.
Shared Hosting is where multiple sites are hosted on a single server, so each account ends up sharing server space with other accounts. This is an economic solution for smaller and personal websites. For sites anticipating minimal traffic, a shared hosting plan could provide a less costly option compared with a dedicated server. In shared hosting, the provider is generally responsible for management of servers, installation of server software, security updates, technical support and other aspects of the service.