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    What is shared hosting?

    Shared web hosting, with many websites hosted on the same server, is the most common form of web hosting service. Numerous clients' websites are housed together to share the same resources (processor, memory, bandwidth, software), and the number of sites per server can be up into the thousands. In recent years, this hosting option has dynamically grown to become the most popular one.

    Another term for shared hosting is virtual hosting. It is important to differentiate between "shared/virtual hosting" and "VPS hosting." Shared hosting usually entails many dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of websites intermingled on one server device. VPS hosting usually consists of less than one dozen websites (and their applications) residing on an individual server device with certain electronic partitions demarking each site into reserved zones on that server device.

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    Shared hosting is Web hosting in which the service provider serves pages for multiple Web sites, each having its own Internet domain name, from a single Web server. Most Web hosting companies provide shared hosting. Although shared hosting is a less expensive way for businesses to create a Web presence, it is usually not sufficient for Web sites with high traffic. These sites need a dedicated Web server, either provided by a Web hosting service or maintained in-house.
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