Linux VPS Hosting is hosting on a Linux Virtual Private Server, also know as a Linux VPS, is simply a physical server virtualized with software and loaded with a Linux-based operating system like CentOS or Ubuntu.
Linux VPS Hosting servers can do anything a physical server can. For example, you can host websites, email servers, run database servers, install application software or programming tools. Virtual private servers work well in production, development, or test environments. Use a virtual private server for backups, to clone production systems, or for software development projects.
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Sometimes, shared hosting can hold you back. You may need more resources than the shared server you host on can provide, more detailed security settings, or customizations not readily available on shared servers used by many customers. Rather than purchase a dedicated physical server and waste resources, virtual servers allow customers to independently share a physical server as if it were their own. Virtual servers provide the same administrative and user experience as a physical server at a fraction of the cost.
Virtual servers provide many benefits, including cost-saving, ease of installation, ability to duplicate easily, and resource upgrades and downgrades. Think of a virtual server as a container that runs your software, is easy to move, modify, or updated independently from the physical server on which it resides. Use as little or as much of the physical server resources you need without purchasing an expensive physical server that will become obsolete.