SSD VPS Hosting and Its Benefits for your Business Website

VPS Hosting or Virtual Private Server Hosting is one of the preferred hosting options for several small-medium sized online businesses. The reason being, it is a bridge between Shared and Dedicated Hosting, offering its users the best of both worlds. If you are new and want to know more about VPS Hosting, you can read more about it. However, we assume, you all know what is VPS Hosting, and will move on to understanding the finer nuances of it, namely the kind of storage device that VPS follows.

Storage devices are categorised into two types – HDD and SSD. HDD stands for Hard Disk Drive whereas, SSD stands for Solid State Drive. In this article, we’ll cover the new and advanced form of storage – SSD and how it integrates with VPS Hosting. So, first things first!

What is SSD VPS Hosting?
SSD VPS Hosting, in simple words, can be defined as a ‘Solid State Drive VPS Hosting Plan’. Here the VPS Hosting service provider uses an SSD disk instead of the traditional Hard Disk Drive on their physical servers. The benefit of an SSD over HDD is that it consumes less power and delivers faster performance and speed. Let us see in detail, what distinguishes the two drives from one another.

Comparison between SSD and HDD

 

SSD

HDD

  • SSD or Solid State Drives draw less power and thus, boosting battery life.
  • HDD or Hard Disk Drives draw a lot of power thus affecting their battery.
  • SSD uses flash memory to store data. Hence data doesn’t get deleted suddenly due to the magnetic disk effect on data.
  • HDD has circular platters to store data in magnetic format. However, a downside to magnetic disk storage is that magnets can erase data, hence data is vulnerable.
  • SSDs have hardly any moving parts. Hence they produce very little noise and vibrations.
  • HDDs have platters to store data, and they cause noise while moving, as well as, vibrations.
  • Cost wise SSDs are expensive, but they deliver high performance to the website running.
  • HDDs are cheaper as compared to SSD, but they compromise on the performance of the website in the longer run.

3 Major Advantages of SSD VPS Hosting:

  1. SSD uses flash memory to store data. This improves the read-write speed significantly, leading to improved performance of the server, as well as, the website loading speed.
  2. HDDs are more prone to damage as they use movable platters instead of flash memory. Thus, SSD’s are more reliable in terms of efficiency and durability which, in turn, builds trust and credibility for your customer.
  3. A faster loading website directly impacts Google search engine results and your website’s SEO. Websites hosted with SSD VPS Hosting load faster, thus helping you enhance your page ranking.

We at ResellerClub, provide all our VPS Hosting plans with SSD storage options, along with, storage space from 20-120 GB. Furthermore, with our SSD VPS Hosting you get to choose your choice of control panel either cPanel or Plesk.

Choosing the right storage option for your VPS Hosting depends on your needs. In the end, it is your marketing strategy, good content, and how you present your website to a potential customer that makes the difference, however, the right hosting plan just acts as a bonus! So decide wisely!

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H. FatimaIn the days of yore, H. Fatima used to be an Engineer by profession and Writer by passion until she started pursuing full time writing. Her blog is a collection of short vignettes, stories and poems. She mostly writes what she deeply perceives and analyzes. It is her way of unwinding. Her interests include writing, reading (an avid reader), listening to various genres of music, volunteering and watching movies.

H. Fatima

H. Fatima

In the days of yore, H. Fatima used to be an Engineer by profession and Writer by passion until she started pursuing full time writing. Her blog is a collection of short vignettes, stories and poems. She mostly writes what she deeply perceives and analyzes. It is her way of unwinding. Her interests include writing, reading (an avid reader), listening to various genres of music, volunteering and watching movies.