Virtual Private Server(VPS Linux or Windows VPS Hosting) A virtual private server (VPS), also called a virtual dedicated server (VDS), is a virtual server that shares computer resources with other virtual servers to the user but is actually installed on a computer serving multiple Web applications. A single system can have several VPSs, each one with its own operating system (OS) that runs the hosting software for a particular user. i.e) multiple user can use the server as virtually, so it has same features of the dedicated server, but based on loading balance it might be slow or fast.
VPS technology is the ability of a single subscriber to maintain multiple virtual servers. If too many virtual servers reside on the same computer, or if one virtual server starts hogging resources, Web pages will be delivered more slowly.
Disk space means the amount of storage ie. containers space provided to you by rightweblinks. You need disk space to store your web files composed of text, images, video, audio, etc. disk space is measured in megabytes and a good hosting service company like rightweblinks will supply packages with unlike amounts of space to required to the needs of all sizes of websites - from smaller personal websites to larger company websites.
Disk space is calculated in bytes, as the disk space on your computer at home. 1 Gigabyte (GB) = 1.000 Megabytes (MB) = 1.000.000 Kilobytes (KB). For example, this site occupies 7-8 MB of disk space. A web page with medium graphics occupies on average 70-80 KB or 70KB - 108KB.
Bandwidth means the amount of data that a website can transfer over a period of time. It calculates the speed of the website. More bandwidth means more speed. The less bandwidth your site has, the slower it takes for it to load. Some hosting service providers provide unlimited bandwidth in contrast some others have different prices based upon the amount you use.
If your website has heavier pages like those with lots of images, videos etc. then you will need higher storage along with greater bandwidth.
Uptime means the percentage of time that a web hosting server stays up or running. 99.9% uptime would mean that your website will go down only for about 8 hours in a year while 97% uptime would mean that your website may remain down for approximately 7 days in a year.
If your website is an ecommerce website and your customers pay online or you get any type of business through your website, more downtime can mean greater losses.
This is one of the basic and extremely important features that one should look for while selecting website hosting service. Customer support options like those provided through chat, phone and email etc. are extremely useful in the event of any technical or other problems related to your website You can submit the ticket submit ticket
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