Shared Hosting

Billion Device is perfectly capable of providing an acceptable experience to its users, when either virtual dedicated or full dedicated hosting comes in then the process of simply moving from shared hosting to dedicated with no downtime and minimal disruption to a business.

Their very name a server that has its resources shared across a wide number of websites. On a typical shared server there may be hundreds of other websites eating away at valuable resources. You have no control over the content of these sites and the way the sites are coded.

Shared Web Hosting means that one physical server and its available resources hosted are shared among many users. Actually, on the shared hosting platform each customer has his own limit on particular services like disk space, monthly traffic, email accounts, FTP accounts, databases etc.

Shared hosting is generally responsible for managing servers, installing server software, security updates, technical support, and other aspects of the service. Most servers are based on the Linux operating system and LAMP, which is driven by the reliability and security of open source software such as Linux and Apache.Shared web hosting can also be done privately by sharing the cost of running a server in a colocation centre; this is called cooperative hosting.

Shared web hosting can be accomplished in two ways: name-based and IP-based, although some control panels allow a mix of name-based and IP-based on the one server.

IP-based virtual hosting

Dedicated IP hosting is virtual host has a different IP address.Where webserver is configured with multiple physical network interfaces or virtual network interfaces on the same physical interface. The web server software uses the IP address the client connects to in order to determine which website to show the user.So the primary justification for a site to use a dedicated IP is to be able to use its own SSL certificate rather than a shared certificate.

Name-based virtual hosting

Shared IP hosting is the virtual hosts serve multiple hostnames on a single machine with a single IP address because when a web browser requests a resource from a web server using HTTP/1.1 it includes the requested hostname as part of the request. The server uses this information to determine which website to show the user.


1 .Determine Your Needs

2 .Change Your DNS

3 .Uploading Your Web Site

4 .Note These Useful Links

5 .Get More From Your Hosting Account


Step 1 - Understanding client needs and analysis

Step 2 - Analysis : Understanding your business

Step 3 - Design and useful ideas

Step 4 - Development and testing

Step 5 - Acceptance and Launch

Step 6 - Promotion & Maintenance

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