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Dedicated Server Performance
There are three kinds of servers; shared, virtual private and dedicated servers. For a user to choose the best server hosting option for themselves, it is essential to look into the parameters that affect each server’s performance against the requirements of a business.
A shared server uses a resource sharing method to host users. This is suitable for small scale businesses and personal sites or datas but does not focus on fast processing or scalability. The VPS (Virtual Private Server) is known to host multiple hosts on a single server with separate allocations for each hardware component like RAM, storage and so on. This is a flexible system as it allows each host a certain room for scalability by reallocating unused resources when needed for a required host. This is a cost effective method for booming small and medium business but still lacks in terms of security and stability, affecting the overall performance.
A dedicated server is different from the other two as it provides a single user with a complete server system. This means a single server unit, along with all the hardware and software parameters like bandwidth, memory and disk space are owned by the user without any concept of sharing. A user can use this dedicated allocation in any form, virtual machines or single units, making it flexible. Also, sole ownership reduces dependence on the host to provide proper allocation of memory. Moreover, lack of sharing itself means less exposure to malwares and spammers.
This increases the work efficiency of the user’s business, software or application while using a dedicated server. Control, scalability, reliability, security and privacy are its advantages over other servers. Combined, these factors upgrade the overall performance by adding value to customer experience. Oxtrys takes extra initiative to provide users with managed servers for ease of working within the server.