For fun and profit

Should I change to a VPS?


Those of us dedicated to this web, with time accumulate small web that we maintain in different providers of cheap accommodation. They are products for which we do not charge much because they do not require much maintenance either, and they simply “are there”.

Over time, and as the number of websites we keep increasing, we get the million dollar question: Should I switch to a VPS?

The advantages of having a VPS

If you have an average number of websites (say 8 or 10), having them hosted on your own VPS gives you a series of undeniable advantages:

The disadvantages of having a VPS

When you start using your own VPS, you realize that all that glitters is not gold, because having your own VPS also has disadvantages:

Then what do I do?

The main problem with using a VPS is that you have to know how to handle it. If you are willing to learn to do it, you will find many advantages. If you do not have time or desire, better not even start because in the end you will regret it.

If your motivation is just to save money, the safest thing is that you get fed up with the pileup. If you see it as a way to learn, improve and optimize, it’s not a bad idea.

Which VPS provider do you recommend?

I work mainly with 3:

All are cheap, and all are good, but do not stop comparing before deciding.