VPS (Virtual Private Server) web hosting 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.
In a VPS hosting, a single physical server is divided into multiple virtual servers, each with its own operating system, resources, and IP address. This gives the user more control and flexibility than shared hosting, as they have their own dedicated resources and can install their own software and applications.
VPS hosting is a good option for websites that have outgrown shared hosting, but do not require the resources of a dedicated server. It’s also a good option for websites that require more control over their server environment, such as those that need to run specific software or comply with specific regulations.
VPS hosting is generally more expensive than shared hosting, but it offers more resources, control and flexibility. It’s typically used by small and medium-sized businesses, and websites with high traffic or specific requirements.