What is the difference between cloud hosting and shared web hosting?

Our Cloud Hosting platform utilizes High quality Intel servers from multiple premium data centers in the world which offer us 100% network availability making it possible to offer you a higher uptime than any other web host. Our auto scaling servers allows you to use the resources of multiple servers, rather than having your site confined to a single server location. In a rare event of server outage, another server in the same data center location or in a different data center location will take over the work of serving your customers. making your website still be accessible online to your customers. 

Shared Web Hosting


Shared web hosting is the cheapest, most popular and most widely available type of hosting solution. You’ll usually see it advertised for $9.95 or less a month.

With shared web hosting a single physical server is divided up between multiple users. Each user will get a shared amount of bandwidth. However, each user can also put an unlimited amount of websites on their hosting account. So the server that’s being split up between multiple user accounts can sometimes end up hosting thousands of sites!

This means that your website could perform poorly if another website on the server is taking up too many server or network resources. However, we do our best to mitigate these effects.

While Cloud hosting guarantees 100% network availability and it allows your website to be hosted on multiple synced servers all sharing resources and our cloud hosting strictly monitors the resource usage ensuring each user gets a fair amount of CPU, RAM, Network resources. Our high availability cloud platform also offers file system lock features  which ensures that no one can change any file in your account while you are away.

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