As the web hosting landscape continues to evolve with new developments and technologies, we see a rise of alternative hosting solutions like VPS hosting taking the lead. Also called Virtual Private Server hosting, this is a highly efficient and sustainable hosting solution with long-term benefits for your website.
VPS, as the name suggests, runs on virtual servers. The main physical server is divided into multiple smaller servers, each complete on its own with individual hardware, software, applications, and security, very much like a dedicated hosting platform, only more economical. This isolation of server is done using a program called hypervisor, which enables every virtual server to function independently.
So, how does it work?
The VPS environment is built on an architecture that uses virtualization. It helps separate the virtual servers from the main physical machine but still run in sync as a complete unit. There are different types of …