If you’re looking for quality, performance, and stability out of your website hosting, then you’ve probably considered more than one option—like shared hosting or even traditional server hosting. But with options like those, it can be hard to get the performance you need without overpaying. That’s why Virtual Server Hosting is the middle ground between the shared and traditional server hosting that provides the best of both worlds when it comes to performance and price—all in a simple and easy-to-use environment. Here’s what you need to know about Onlive Server’s Israel VPS hosting service.
5 Reasons to go with Virtual Server Hosting
Onlive Server has one of the best-known server hosting providers, but what are some reasons why you might choose them instead of shared servers or dedicated servers? Here are five: 1. In a shared hosting environment, you’re sharing your server with other sites. If another site on your server gets hacked, all of your sites could be affected by it. 2. With a virtual server, you’re getting space that is yours and yours alone—you have 100% control over how you use it. 3. Virtual servers can provide faster speeds than traditional web hosting options because they aren’t bogged down by multiple users sharing limited bandwidth and memory resources. 4. Unlike traditional web hosting, virtual servers allow for unlimited websites per account. 5. A virtual server provides more freedom for website customization because you have access to root privileges (the highest level of system access). Most shared web hosts don’t allow customers full root access unless they upgrade their account to a more expensive package; dedicated servers usually include root privileges as part of their service but also charge extra for them. That makes it much easier for people who need such things as special software installations or custom configurations to get exactly what they want out of their website.
Flexibility in Space, Hardware, and Location
The benefits of renting a virtual server can be plenty, but flexibility is among its best assets. With virtual servers, you have total control over your hardware; if you need more or fewer resources, that’s no problem. It also means that you don’t have to pay for space and hardware you aren’t using—that’s not true of a shared hosting account. For example, suppose your website averages 1 million page views per month. If it were hosted on a shared server with 10 other websites and 100,000 users requesting pages each month in addition to yours, all 11 sites would be sharing a piece of software (apache) that can handle only so many requests at once before the performance begins to suffer. When performance takes a hit, customers will likely get frustrated and leave. A virtual server host allows you to scale as needed without dealing with extra fees—another advantage some consider well worth paying for. Your site won’t grind to a halt due to excessive traffic, ensuring smooth sailing as far as customer experience goes…and thus increasing revenue by keeping existing customers happy while attracting new ones through word-of-mouth.
One of the biggest perks of virtual server hosting is freedom from shared resources. If you’re looking for a cheap solution, shared servers are great – but in a lot of cases, they might not be fast enough for your website. A virtual server provides more dedicated resources than shared hosting at a lower price point. This allows you to get better performance out of your website without paying much more than you would if you went with traditional shared hosting. It’s truly a win-win! Israel’s Geographic Advantage: The advantage of choosing Israel as your host country also goes beyond its affordable nature. Partly due to its central location and partly due to government investment into research and development, Israel has grown into one of the premier locations for tech companies in recent years. Israeli engineers make up one-third of all coding used on websites around the world – most notably those centered around software or code (like Google). As such, many server technologies center around Israel; Onlive Server is no exception to that rule. If you want help with WordPress installation or similar solutions, consider Israeli options first!
Israel VPS servers are located in an enterprise-grade data center that has been certified under ISO 27001, SSAE 16, and PCI DSS standards. All data is encrypted via SSL, hard drives are encrypted, access is restricted by IP address, backups are kept in multiple locations for redundancy and all servers have battery backup power. Data at rest or in motion is protected against physical intrusion with IP67-rated security, as well as anti-tamper seals on all external ports of your server cabinet. These measures safeguard your data from physical damage or theft.
This Israel virtual server is hosted by a colocation provider with multiple data centers, ensuring top-tier uptime and reliability. If you choose our shared hosting, your website will be served through a clustered environment that gives you access to each of these facilities. That way, your sites can run seamlessly no matter where they’re being hosted. We offer 24/7/365 online chat support as well as toll-free phone support. If you have an emergency or question outside those hours, we have an after-hours voice mailbox that you can leave a message for and we’ll get back to you during normal business hours.
Hardened Network Settings
If you choose a Virtual Private Server (VPS) rather than just a shared server, you’ll enjoy a more secure hosting environment. Because VPS servers are separated from other customers’ servers and data, they can be designed with hardened network settings. This means that if one of your neighbors—even one who manages their own security—leaks information or infects another customer with malware, your information won’t be compromised. (Shared servers are hosted in single massive environments.) Other hosting firms may offer hardened network settings for shared servers as well, but why not choose a company that specializes in providing them? Plus, with so many separate security points on each server and each customer has different levels of technical knowledge, you should feel safer. All things considered, it’s worth it to spend some extra money when getting started because there are no bigger investments in business than marketing and infrastructure. Think long-term here: A bit more money upfront could save you thousands down the road by protecting against lost revenue due to downtime. The Windows VPS Hosting service is based in Israel, where technology industries thrive.