Originally Posted by IkY0294
Im currently up to my third one. I still have a VPS server on the side in a few locations but reseller hosting just makes a lot more things that would be complicated easier doesn't it?
Yeah. I think the big shock that shared resellers have when making the leap to VPS or dedicated is that they either need some sort of management package or they need to assume the responsibilities of acting as a system administrator. This cost/responsibility is built into a reseller hosting account, but often isn't with a VPS or dedicated server. So to directly answer that question, reseller hosting simplifies system administration responsibility.
Of course, with a VPS or dedicated server, you're often afforded a larger feature set. For example, if your shared hosting plan doesn't have CloudLinux and that's something you want to build into your setup, you'd need to be able to modify the kernel. You can't do that on reseller hosting, but you can on a VPS or dedicated server.