When Should You Move to Cloud Hosting from Shared Hosting?

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Typically, Shared Hosting is the first hosting service used by most site owners. There are various reasons behind this choice – it is cheaper, easier to implement, and does not require you to worry about any technical aspect of web hosting. However, Shared Hosting services have some shortcomings too. For example, since the server is shared, if one website receives overwhelming traffic, then it blocks the server resources for other sites too. Basically, the performance of your site on a shared server depends on that of the other websites sharing the server. Hence, most site owners find themselves in a spot when they outgrow a Shared Hosting plan and feel the need to migrate to something better. There are many options available, like VPS Hosting, Cloud Hosting, Dedicated Server, etc. Today, we are going to focus on Cloud Hosting and talk about signs that indicate a move from Shared …