Cloud Hosting

Resources are distributed across multiple interconnected servers, allowing for scalability and flexibility. Users pay for the resources they consume on a pay-as-you-go basis.

Dedicated Hosting

A dedicated physical server is leased to a single client, providing the highest level of performance, security, and control. It’s more expensive but offers complete customization and scalability.

Virtual Private Server

A virtualized server environment where multiple virtual servers are created on a single physical server. Each virtual server operates independently and has its own dedicated resources.

Shared Hosting

Multiple websites are hosted on a single server, sharing its resources (CPU, RAM, storage, etc.). It’s cost-effective but may lead to slower performance if other websites on the same server experience high traffic.