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In traditional dedicated hosting environments, your website is limited to a single physical server and relies on the resources of just one server. With cloud hosting, your website is hosted on multiple connected servers. This architecture provides increased power, availability and reliability to handle any load size or demand, and at the same time, allows websites to grow without the normal hardware restrictions of one single physical server.




DevHost offers 6 different plans to fit your budget and hosting needs:
  • VPS-XS $35/month
    • 1 GB RAM
    • 1 CPU Cores
    • 1 Public IPs
    • 50 GB Disk Space
    • 10 Mbps Port Speed
    • 500GB/mo Bandwidth
  • VPS-S $68/month
    • 2 GB RAM
    • 2 CPU Cores
    • 2 Public IPs
    • 100 GB Disk Space
    • 10 Mbps Port Speed
    • 1,000GB/mo Bandwidth
  • VPS-M $128/month
    • 4 GB RAM
    • 2 CPU Cores
    • 4 Public IPs
    • 200 GB Disk Space
    • 50 Mbps Port Speed
    • 2,000GB/mo Bandwidth
  • VPS-L $248/month
    • 8 GB RAM
    • 4 CPU Cores
    • 6 Public IPs
    • 400 GB Disk Space
    • 50 Mbps Port Speed
    • 4,000GB/mo Bandwidth
  • VPS-XL $498/month
    • 16 GB RAM
    • 6 CPU Cores
    • 8 Public IPs
    • 800 GB Disk Space
    • 100 Mbps Port Speed
    • 7,500GB/mo Bandwidth
  • VPS-X2 $748/month
    • 32 GB RAM
    • 8 CPU Cores
    • 10 Public IPs
    • 1600 GB Disk Space
    • 100 Mbps Port Speed
    • 10,000GB/mo Bandwidth
* Prices are in USD unless otherwise specified
Discover an easier and more affordable way to put the power of cloud hosting to work for you with DevHost.

To learn more about DevHost and DevHost Cloud Hosting solutions, please visit www.devhost.com




Cloud Hosting vs. VPS Hosting

Cloud hosting is a cloud of servers and VPS hosting is based on a single server partitioned into insulated containers. Cloud enables the pooling of large number of separate physical servers together so that they act like one. As a result, resources are pulled from the pool as well.

From a user standpoint, cloud hosting offers on-demand scalability of resources, something that VPS cannot offer. With cloud servers, you are able to scale instantly because your data and resources are centralized. With VPS, scalability is limited by the resource amount used up on the node. For example, server limitations may make it impossible to scale from 8GB RAM to 36GB RAM on a virtual server, but you can instantly move up to 128GB RAM on a cloud server. Data is stored locally with VPS hosting, so moving to a new node may cause downtime.

In addition, hosting on multiple servers provides significant redundancy against downtime. The cloud hosting architecture offers increased power, availability and reliability to handle any load size or demand, and at the same time, allows websites to grow without the normal restrictions of a single physical server.



 
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