Shared hosting and VPS (Virtual Private Server) are both types of web hosting, but they differ in terms of the resources and level of control provided to the user.
Shared hosting is a type of web hosting service where multiple websites are hosted on a single server, and the server’s resources are shared among the websites. This is the most affordable option for hosting a website, but it also means that the website’s performance can be affected by the actions of other websites on the same server.
VPS, on the other hand, is a type of web hosting service where the user is allocated a specific portion of the server’s resources, which are isolated from other users. This means that the website’s performance is not affected by the actions of other websites on the same server, and the user has more control over the server’s resources and configuration. However, VPS hosting is generally more expensive than shared hosting.