Dedicated HostingA dedicated hosting, dedicated server, or managed hosting service

  • No sharing: Internet hosting in which the client leases an entire server not shared with anyone. All the resources which include bandwidth, disk space, RAM and CPU available exclusive to client's domains.
  • Flexible: have full control over the server(s),  including choice of operating system, install any software, tools, hardware, etc. Less dependency on the web host provider.
  • Secure, Stable and Reliable: Install firewall, anti-malware, anti-virus and other software to keep the ultra-sensitive information safe

Server administration can usually be provided by the hosting company as an add-on service. In some cases, a dedicated server can offer less overhead and a larger return on investment. Dedicated servers are most often housed in data centers, similar to colocation facilities, providing redundant power sources and HVAC systems. In contrast to colocation, the server hardware is owned by the provider and in some cases, they will provide support for your operating system or applications.

A dedicated server includes an operating system (mostly some variants of Linux or Windows) a web server, related software (such as a SQL server, Control Panel and much more) and connection to the Internet, all housed in the web hosting company's data centers. Dedicated server hosting is typically required for a website or a group of related company sites that develop a substantial amount of traffic. The server can usually be configured and operated remotely from the host company while still allowing for client customization. A dedicated server can be assigned to function only as a resource server and cannot be used as a client. It is important to note that the server is owned by the web host and you do not have physical access to it.

Dedicated web hosting is beneficial while developing a complex business or a high-end e-commerce site as you will need more space and security – a web server dedicated to your business. They purchase or rent the hardware from the hosting company who then normally support and manage it. Internet connectivity is provided to the server.

Dedicated hosting in two flavors: managed and unmanaged hosting Commonly, unmanaged hosting plans include hardware, operating system, web server and Internet connection. Managed plans, however, include the basics and pretty much everything else, the only thing you need to worry about is your website and content.

If you are looking for a cheap dedicated server, you should be careful when comparing packages. Things to consider are an operating system, data backup and monitoring service, hardware options, space, bandwidth and technical support. Ask the hosting providers to give you a few websites for references, read hosting reviews before you sign up and be sure that the price is affordable. We know that the dedicated servers on this site are the one that will give you the most reliability and flexibility for your money.

There is a common belief that you need a dedicated server if you want the flexibility to run different scripts and install custom software. That used to be the truth. Nowadays, virtualization software is so good that you can get almost the same flexibility at a fraction of the cost if you decide to make a Virtual Private Server to be the home for your website(s).

Dedicated Hosting Customers

  • busy e-commerce website with a lot of visitors
  • Hosting Company
  • Graphic Designers and Web Designers: They can easily tune the servers as per client website needs

Dedicated Hosting Delivery

Many businesses now know, hosting has a wide range of options in terms of cost and function, but it's the growth of Dedicated Hosting that has continued to gather momentum over recent years. The most interesting aspect of this growth is that indicators show that most businesses are at the bottom of the adoption curve and that the most aggressive growth is yet to come.

As dedicated hosting growth gathers momentum, so too does the need for fast, cost-effective delivery. Until recently, delivering dedicated hosting has meant a long-winded and complex process for both service provider and customer alike, involving specifying and sourcing the right hardware, burn testing, server OS configuration, application configuration, IDC installation and connectivity configuration and finally a handover to the customer to, only then, start the process of final configuration for production rollout.

The process is long-winded, expensive and complex for all parties concerned.

Issues continue for dedicated hosting servers set up this way as, when the times to upgrade disk, RAM or even the whole server, the process begins again from the start.

 New virtualization technology will be set to deliver dedicated hosting in a way that not only eliminates most of the complexity for both service provider and customer alike but introduces many additional virtualized hosting benefits that have not previously existed.

For service providers, it allows scalable, profitable and fast delivery of premium dedicated hosting.

For customers, it eliminates hardware, hardware drivers, and hardware upgrades. In addition, due to the features included in some Server virtualization technology, it delivers far higher levels of availability and allows clones of production environments to be created for seamless development and rollout.

The drawback of using Dedicated Hosting

  • Expensive: Need budget for a substantial monthly fee.
  • Requires skills to  manage, which customer does by itself, or hire technical personnel or get managed dedicated hosting