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  Post #31 (permalink)   01-01-2020, 08:04 AM
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It is always preferred to start with VPS if you are hosting for the first time later you can upgrade
If you are a newbie then i would also suggest start with a reseller account so to build up a stable clientbase and a reputation then you can upgrade to a VPS and then a Dedicated Server.

I have seen far too many people of forums who have started with a VPS (not knowing the hosting business) and end up closing down because they have no clients and spending too much money on VPS and all the associate security costs etc.

Start small and then you can scale up as your business grows
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I don't see any more reply from you (are they any?). Nobody can't exactly tell you without any more information like your last server report. However, VPS is a part of a dedicated server or you can say mini dedicated server. It is easy to manage VPS hosting rather than a dedicated server although both are the same VPS comes with simple programs and solid infrastructure if you choose right virtualization..If you have no problem with system administrative jobs or you can hire someone then go for a dedicated server. This is the best option for you but not cost-effective. You can choose VPS if you think you need some cost effective plan. Both are same but money matters.
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I don't see any more reply from you (are they any?). Nobody can't exactly tell you without any more information like your last server report. However, VPS is a part of a dedicated server or you can say mini dedicated server. It is easy to manage VPS hosting rather than a dedicated server although both are the same VPS comes with simple programs and solid infrastructure if you choose right virtualization..If you have no problem with system administrative jobs or you can hire someone then go for a dedicated server. This is the best option for you but not cost-effective. You can choose VPS if you think you need some cost effective plan. Both are same but money matters.
you wont see any of their replies as their account is disabled ( no longer a member of the forum)
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Which is best for a medium scale organization
Vps or Dedicated Server?
No matters, what the size or type of an organization, the choice of the server type is entirely depends on, what application you should want to host and based on how much traffic you are expecting to your website.

If the application requires heavy processing speed stronger harwadre and expecting a heavy traffic then you must choose a dedicated server with stronger hardware server spec instead of a virtually shared machine running in single bare mental server.

If the application should be run in secured environment, I would always recommend a dedicated server better than shared VPS.

If you consider, the Cloud instances like AWS- Ec2 etc, it also offers security as well as flexibility in upgrade and downgrade of the machines quickly.
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it depends what exactly you need server for? example: for heavier extended processes is dedicated server, if just web-hosting than in this case VPS (again depends on websites traffic)
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Which is best for a medium scale organization
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In VPS hosting, multiple sites share the same server, but all the sites have their resources dedicated to them. ... VPS server has better uptime than the shared hosting and cost less expensive than dedicated hosting. It is an efficient hosting plan and works great for small business and blogs with low traffic
 
 
 


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For a small company I would go serverless if possible. Like Office 365 and some other Saas applications you need.

If you still need servers you might think about Azure or AWS. I wouldn't buy own hardware or rent dedicateds.
 
 
 


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Which is best for a medium scale organization
Vps or Dedicated Server?
In VPS hosting, multiple sites share the same server, but all the sites have their resources dedicated to them. VPS server has better uptime than the shared hosting and cost less expensive than dedicated hosting. It is an efficient hosting plan and works great for small business and blogs with low traffic.
 
 
 


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For a small company I would go serverless if possible. Like Office 365 and some other Saas applications you need.

If you still need servers you might think about Azure or AWS. I wouldn't buy own hardware or rent dedicateds.
There is no such thins as "serverless". This is a marketer's slang. we shouldn't be using it here. This would bring only confusion to many. The correct term is a "Managed Server" or when it comets cloud "Managed Cloud Server"
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For a small company I would go serverless if possible. Like Office 365 and some other Saas applications you need.

If you still need servers you might think about Azure or AWS. I wouldn't buy own hardware or rent dedicateds.
So where do you think Office 365 and Saas applications are held
I will give a guess. SERVER

Azure or AWS are cloud services which the cloud is just a marketing term for a guess what SERVER
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