Shared Hosting Description
You have an idea that you wish to convert into a web page? Your first step should be to retain your enthusiasm and find a spot for your site online so that it will be always visible to the whole world.
Where should you host your site?
Since the number of websites on the web has grown exponentially during the last several years, the need for web hosting services has also lead to the birth of countless shared hosting companies. These are firms that offer you hard drive space for your own web site on their web servers.
Sorts of hosting services
The scope of web hosting services fluctuates tremendously, so do the necessities of the web page possessors. The most basic type of web hosting is the small-scale file hosting solution, where files can be uploaded using File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or a web-based Control Panel. Plenty of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide this service free of cost. Personal web page possessors and corporations can also get web hosting services from different web hosts. Personal website hosting services are usually either free, ad-subsidized, or affordably priced. Business website hosting services normally are more expensive, but because of the enormous rivalry on the hosting marketplace, an escalating number of web hosts, like us at Azvasa.Net, deliver business web hosting services at slashed prices and with flexible invoicing cycles.
Sorts of websites and their prerequisites
The free-of-cost web hosting solution is generally sufficient for personal web sites such as portfolios or online journals. A busier site, like a social networking website or a corporate page, calls for a more advanced website hosting solution that offers database support and web application development platforms (e.g. PHP). If you want to create an Internet shop, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) must be supported by the web hosting supplier of your choosing. Now, SSL certificates are furnished by most web hosting suppliers.
The hosting Control Panel
The web hosting plans provider typically also offers a web hosting Control Panel tool for handling your web content, email mailbox accounts, mailbox aliases, domains, DNS records, and so on.
When picking a hosting vendor, network uptime is a very essential factor. The availability of a web site is measured on a yearly basis by taking into account the time when the website is publicly available and reachable online. Network and service availability guarantees, therefore, should be attentively taken into consideration when ordering a website hosting package. The best thing to do is double-check the service-level agreements and the Terms & Conditions of the hosting services provider of your choosing in advance. Reading online reviews from existing customers is also a very wise step before you decide to subscribe.
The shared hosting platform
The most widely used and inexpensive type of web hosting service is the shared web hosting solution. It includes 24-7 support, which is a big plus for clients who do not wish to deal with server maintenance tasks, but could also impede clients who would like to exert more authority over the hosting server. For such users, a virtual private servers or a dedicated servers would be more appropriate. Most standard apps and scripts work okay on a shared hosting server. What's more, the shared web hosting solution is more affordable than other kinds of web hosting solutions, like the dedicated servers hosting, since the web host splits the web hosting server among plenty of users. The shared hosting platform usually includes usage restrictions that ensure that the separate users do not interfere with each other and that the web hosting server stays stable.
Managing your shared hosting account
Shared website hosting packages usually include a web-based hosting Control Panel interface, like cPanel, DirectAdmin, Plesk, and so on. The majority of the big hosting companies, again like us at Azvasa.Net, make use of their own custom-built web hosting Control Panel user interface.
With the shared hosting solution, the host is responsible for administering the web and email servers, for installing server software, software updates and patches, and for providing tech support to its clients. The majority of web servers are based on the Linux OS. The host's administrators are in charge of maintaining the OS up to date, unless you have a dedicated server and full root privileges.
|Unlimited storage||Unlimited storage||Unlimited storage||Unlimited storage|
|Unlimited bandwidth||Unlimited bandwidth||Unlimited bandwidth||Unlimited bandwidth|
|Unlimited websites hosted||Unlimited websites hosted||1 website hosted||5 websites hosted|
|30-Day Free Trial||30-Day Free Trial||30-Day Free Trial||30-Day Free Trial|
|$14.58 / month||$19.17 / month||$4.58 / month||$6.25 / month|