In this video,we are going to help you to understand what these two types of VPS Hosting (Managed vs Unmanaged VPS) include, their advantages, differences and which should you as a business owner choose. Let us begin!
The benefit of VPS hosting:
1. Root Access: you will get complete root access to customize and manage your server and its resources.
full control on the server.
2. Dedicated resources:
3. Easily scalable hosting:
4. Security: DDOS Protection, IP addresses are dedicated to individual servers.
Always make sure to choose SSD VPS hosting SSD VPS Hosting improves the website loading speed which, in
turn, improves the performance of the website, as well as, the Google search ranking.
Unmanaged VPS Hosting:
Your hosting provider only takes care of maintaining the physical server and its guaranteed uptime.
The customer is responsible for everything on the VPS.
From the setting up of the server, configuration of applications to monitoring the VPS.
costing – Cheaper compared to Managed VPS Hosting but ideal for experienced users.
Managed VPS Hosting:
Server maintenance and up-gradation are taken care of by the hosting provider.
Slightly expensive cost-wise but the best choice for beginners.
Costing-Slightly expensive cost-wise but the best choice for beginners.
Who can choose unmanaged VPS hosting:
1. Users need to have some knowledge in the administration of
2. It’s important to understand that the command line is the ultimate power tool. Hand on Linux command(ubuntu, fedora, centos)
3. you need a significant amount of server-management knowledge to get along with an unmanaged server
4. Troubleshooting knowledge about VPS hosting
5. Note that you need a significant amount of server-management knowledge to get along with an unmanaged server.
6. In short: Unmanaged servers/hosting plans are reserved for the tech-savvy!
7. If you want to save some money and have the know-how, unmanaged servers could be the way for you.
I hope you now have a fair understanding of Managed vs Unmanaged VPS Hosting and which to choose.
If you have any more questions, feel free to leave them in the comments section below! Until next time.