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When launching an online business or managing your personal website, what should be foremost on your mind is the best web hosting services within your budget. And when your blog or site starts attracting targeted, quality traffic, a VPS will enable you to get even more control and customization options.

Web hosting is somewhat challenging to anyone with little or no knowledge. This is why you need to fully understand the profound differences between SSD VPS and Cloud VPS.

What is SSD VPS?

SSD stands for 'Solid State Drives,' and it is a much better version than the conventional HDD (Hard Disk Drive). This is because SSD has faster speeds, provides much better data storage, and significantly improved overall performance.

Optimum performance for SSD is highly valued by those who want a VPS hosting with enough computing power, bandwidth, and storage. With SSD VPS, you will enjoy a carefully-managed interface, security, performance, as well as updates.

You will also enjoy excellent and regular performance, thanks to your access to server resources. Using a custom cPanel with an SSD VPS is also possible and incredibly easy.

Pros and Cons of SSD VPS

SSD VPS has some pros and cons that you should know. Having this knowledge at the back of your mind will enable you to make the right technical decision when managing your blog/website.

Pros of SSD VPS

  • They have an incredibly high speed of storing and transferring files.

  • SSD significantly minimizes the risk of mechanical failure. This is because they do not come with any moving parts.

  • SSD VPS is extraordinarily durable and exhibits more longevity than the majority of the website hosts.

  • Users of SSD VPS don't have to worry about high rates of power consumption.

  • SSD VPS comes with a fully-managed control panel.

These are the pros of SSD VPS. Let’s take a look at the cons:

Cons of SSD VPS

  • SSD VPS can become highly unreliable as some VPS can stop without any warning.

  • In most cases, VPS is not scalable. That means you may have to purchase additional resources whenever you need to upgrade your VPS package.

  • SSD VPS lacks some security features, and this may open up your site, which may get infected by viruses and malware.

  • Sharing of several computing resources such as RAM, bandwidth, CPU, etc.


SSD VPS comes with multiple features that help users improve their sites. It can also boost your user experience.

Now that you know what SSD VPS is and what it can do for you get started right away by taking advantage of this innovative technology.