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Which is the grow process of a website?
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Which is the grow process of a website?

1)Shared hosting
2) VPS
3) Dedicated
4) Clusters?

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  • CConnerCConner Member, Provider

    5) Amitz

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  • vyas11vyas11 Member
    edited October 2019

    Traffic that comes with consistent quality content or large budget for paid traffic.

    But point #5 is more accurate

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  • 6) @Cociu's server paid by sisters

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  • ITLabsITLabs Member
    edited October 2019

    7) Death... life cycle is completed.

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  • 8) the nether realm, somewhere between Buffaloe and BunnyCDN

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  • Growth process:
    1 - Free Geocities Website.
    2 - Shared hosting.
    3 - Bigger shared hosting
    4 - Even bigger shared hosting.
    5 - VPS
    6 - Bigger VPS.
    7 - Dedicated server.
    8 - Bigger dedicated server.
    9 - Somewhere in some cloud.

  • 10) EOL

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  • You gotta plant a lot of seeds for your website to grow

  • 1) Localhost
    2) Figure out a dirty name
    3) Register the dirty name
    4) Get a Stack on a VPS
    5) PROFIT

    Never Shared Hosting

  • SpeedTestSpeedTest Member
    edited October 2019

    1) Shared hosting
    2) Learn some basic how to setup/manage VPS/Server
    3) Hetzner's Cloud
    4) Hetzner's cheap server
    5) Learn more how to manage a server
    6) Hetzner's not cheap server
    7) Hetzner's most powerful server
    8) Learn about Clusters
    9) Cluster on Hetzner's servers

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  • @SpeedTest said:
    1) Shared hosting
    2) Learn some basic how to setup/manage VPS/Server
    3) Hetzner's Cloud
    4) Hetzner's cheap server
    5) Learn more how to manage a server
    6) Hetzner's not cheap server
    7) Hetzner's most powerful server
    8) Learn about Clusters
    9) Cluster on Hetzner's servers

    So in summary: Hetzner

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  • @dahartigan said:
    So in summary: Hetzner

    Hetzner it is, and don't try on others providers it could break the whole grow process)

  • somiksomik Member
    edited October 2019

    Most people:
    1. Localhost
    2. Free shared hosting
    3. Paid shared hosting
    4. Paid reseller hosting
    5. Cheap budget VPS OpenVZ
    6. Premium VPS OpenVZ
    7. Premium VPS KVM
    8. Small dedicated server
    9. Medium dedicated server
    10. Large dedicated server
    11. Basic cloud with a few Dedicated servers
    12. Datacenters across the globe

    Me:
    1. Free shared hosting
    2. Post2Host hosting sites
    3. Cheap VPS
    4. Large dedicated servers (3 units with load sharing)
    5. Small dedicated server (after realised don't need so much resources)
    6. (Optional step) Run out of money
    7. Large dedicated server at home with small KVM VPSs to hide server IP.

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  • Very old traditional progression of growth/hosting would be

    1. shared hosting
    2. vps/cloud hosting
    3. single dedicated server for everything
    4. split to single dedicated web server + single dedicated mysql server(s)
    5. load balanced web and/or dedicated mysql servers with mysql replication/clustering

    But it's all relative, need to test your server performance as it could be a well spec'd VPS/Cloud server with great hardware might be faster than an ancient slow dedicated server or a poorly configured dedicated server.

    And not all VPS servers are created equal - see my 13-way VPS benchmark comparison between Upcloud vs DigitalOcean vs Linode vs Vultr vs Hetzner at https://community.centminmod.com/threads/13-way-vps-server-benchmark-comparison-tests-upcloud-vs-digitalocean-vs-linode-vs-vultr-vs-hetzner.17742/. So progression of growing your hosting could be as simple as switching web hosts/VPS servers :)

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  • loeloe Member

    1 > no cache
    2 > cache
    3 > cache and serve everything from ram

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  • 0) Free hosting

    @Chievo said:
    1)Shared hosting
    2) VPS
    3) Dedicated
    4) Clusters?

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