Choose Your Reseller Hosting Package
Making this decision depends on what functionality you require rather than whether you currently use Linux on your computer. Usermin/Virtualmin is an easy-to-use administration interface used on Linux hosting, Linux is perfect for PHP and MySQL
Premium and Plus
If you need your website to store and retrieve information then you'll need a database. Complete with MySQL databases, our Premium and Premium Plus packages are perfect for sites such as directories, eCommerce websites and forums.
How much disk space and traffic do I need?
5 GB: is enough space to grow.
10 Gb is Recommended for larger websites, this is ideal if you host lots of photos, images, documents and other media and wish to grow.
Traffic: This is the amount of content and media that your site displays to visitors. The more people who find and use your website, the more traffic (or bandwidth) you need. Our Premium and Plus packages come with substantial traffic.
2 Gig Diskspace
1000 Gb traffic
5 Gig Diskspace
5000 Gb traffic
25 Gig Diskspace
15000 Gb traffic
Which package should I choose?
If you're just starting out or want to test some development ideas, try the Starter package; if you need something more powerful, then we have a number of options with increasingly sophisticated features leading all the way to our Ultimate package.
VPS vs the rest
Shared hosting runs on shared virtual resources and there are no dedicated RAM or CPU allocations. As your site grows, you may encounter performance issues because your website and database require more system resources.
This is where Virtual Private Servers come in. VPS gives you dedicated virtual resources, including your own storage space, vCPU, RAM and bandwidth. By taking advantage of these resources, you optimise your application and enjoy improved performance and greater stability.
Disk space, RAM and system resources
There are several factors to consider. One is that you can always upgrade should you reach the limits of your package. Another is that the operating system that you choose to install will take up space on your VPS.
When it comes to RAM, the basic rule is the more you have the better – obviously within reason! This is because RAM is the fast, short-term memory available for your operating system, programmes and processes. More RAM means better performance.
And as with desktop computers, access to more CPUs will give you faster and greater processing power.