Original source: martechseries.com Rad Web Hosting, a leading provider of cloud and dedicated servers in USA, has published a new guide, “When to Consider Dedicated Server Hosting” aimed at helping growing businesses make informed decisions regarding server hosting.
Since the dawn of the Internet, all growing businesses have faced or will face the classic dilemma of knowing when, what, and how to consider a custom dedicated server hosting solution.
While all businesses has or will face the same question, the ever-changing landscape of the web and the world, in general, can give many IT managers pause when it comes to making significant decisions regarding their hosting infrastructure roadmap.
Often receiving the same core questions from their clients and prospects, Industry-veteran provider, Rad Web Hosting, has published a guide for small and medium-sized businesses that find themselves at the crossroads of “Cloud or Bare-metal?”, “Shared platform or Dedicated servers?”
Their report, entitled, “When to Consider Dedicated Server Hosting” provides an outline of scenarios when businesses may opt for dedicated servers, based upon unique variables of their use-case and environment variables. Additionally, Rad Web Hosting’s publication addresses at-length, the major differences between shared, cloud, and dedicated hosting.
Rad Web Hosting’s report ends with the declaration that every business and use-case has unique requirements, and that while there is no benchmark to signify universal dedicated server ready-ness, many common factors can signal an organization’s changing business needs. Recognizing and identifying these signals will help businesses choose the best hosting and server infrastructure for their projects and for the future growth of their business.
While the bulk of the published report deals with comparing shared servers and dedicated servers, Rad Web Hosting points out that cloud VPS hosting is the most utilized service across their multiple data centers, and provides a versatile alternative to the traditional solutions.
Businesses are also encouraged to reach out if they have any specific questions or to receive a complementary hosting platform assessment tailored to a unique business use-case or project requirement.