A virtual private server (VPS) is a configured space on a server that looks and acts like a stand-alone server. Virtual private server hosting contains its own operating system, resources, applications, and customized configurations. The VPS is contained on a physical server that usually houses several accounts.
There are three choices for hosting a website. Clients can lease a physical server from a hosting provider, which gives the client total control over the server and access to its resources. The downside to a private server is that it is cost-prohibitive for many businesses. Virtual private server hosting (VPS) is more cost-efficient without sacrificing the benefits of dedicated hosting. There is also the option of shared hosting,…