There are many reasons for a business to consider the VPS servers that they use for their websites. It doesn't matter how big a company is not a factor here. VPS is a good fit for almost any kind of organization since it is a middle solution to the two traditional systems of shared hosting and dedicated hosting. Read here!
Shared hosting is more effective than
As the number of visitors to their websites increases, smaller businesses who begin using a shared platform will find it unproductive. Shared hosting has limited resources. It is possible that the website will slow dramatically and the server could crash if there's a sudden rush of visitors.
A VPS server like the shared server hosts multiple websites hosted on one server. In VPS, each website has its own dedicated resources. They are also housed each in separate containers, ensuring greater privacy and security. VPS servers are slightly higher in terms of cost than the shared servers however they offer more resources and features that make them ideal for growing enterprise.
The VPS users are granted a dedicated IP which safeguards against being negatively impacted when a different account holder commits fraud and gets blacklisted. In a shared server, each account is connected to a common IP. This puts at risk all the sites in case the account that is banned from one gets blacklisted.
Matches the dedicated server in terms of features:
VPS servers can be created by dividing an extremely robust server into smaller portions. Each portion functions like the dedicated server and runs their own operating system. As mentioned earlier, each account has independent resources as well as complete privacy separation. It means although a website uses the server in the same way as shared hosting, they come with all of the advantages that a dedicated server offers however, at a much more economical cost. The reason for this is that the hardware cost is shared amongst the VPS clients who share the server.