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Web hosting is an online service that enables you to store your website or web application files and data and make it accessible across different devices, like mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and desktop. Every website consists of different kinds of files, like images, illustrations, videos, text, and code that need a space to be stored in called a “server”. So basically when you buy a hosting plan, you’re like renting some space on a physical server where you can store all your files and data in order for your website to function properly.
Cloud hosting is a type of web hosting, and it is a service that distributes all your website or web application files across a network of different virtual and physical servers, often across diverse geographical locations, unlike traditional hosting (like shared hosting) that stores your website files in one physical server. So cloud hosting is more reliable, secure, scalable and cost-effective for businesses.
cPanel is an online control panel that is used to manage your hosting and your website. Through cPanel, you can publish websites, install softwares like WordPress, manage your domains, organise your website files, control your website size, create email accounts, and much more.
Developed by LiteSpeed Technologies, LiteSpeed Web Server is a proprietary web server application that serves websites, and it is an alternative to Apache Web Servers. The primary focus in LiteSpeed development is improving both speed and scalability. Everyone wants a fast web host and everyone expects and needs growth. It can simultaneously conserve system resources like memory and CPU cycles, without sacrificing speed, security, compatibility, or convenience when compared to Apache Web Servers.
Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) is a new storage access for flash and next-generation Solid-State Drivers (SSDs). It can be around 2-7x faster than SSDs.
A website’s bandwidth is a measurement of the amount of data a website uses during a specific time period. For example, if your website home page size is 10 MB, and 100 people visited that page at the same time, then the website would consume 1000 MB of bandwidth.
An SSL Certificate is a digital certificate that authenticates a website’s identity and enables encrypted communication. SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer, a security protocol that creates an encrypted link between a web server and a web browser.
Companies, organizations, and online stores need to add SSL certificates to their websites to secure online transactions and maintain the privacy and security of customer information completely.