Most frequent questions and answers
Web hosting is a service that allows you to view the content of your site and publish it on the web, the providers of these services are hosting companies where they have huge computers with huge specifications and high speeds connected to the Internet, these devices are where the content of the web sites is called and the servers (servers).
When you visit a website, the internet browser sends a request to the server hosting this site, the server receives your request and shows you what you searched for or tried to access, so a web page appears that may contain attractive design, file, image, or text information, etc. .
For simplicity’s sake, we can say that the domain is your home’s address, but hosting is the space that this house is located on.
Your domain is the address of the site your site visitors go to, for example: “www.yourdomainname.com”, and hosting is the space on which your site resides to be available on the Internet, which we explained in the previous paragraph.
Virtual servers are a hosting environment that simulates the service (full servers), and for simplicity it is a virtual server inside a real private server with high performance and advanced hardware specifications, the company gives you this virtual server with allocating a portion of the real server resources to it (space, processor cores, RAM, And others), you can manage it like any real server is managed, as you set it up completely and control it without informing anyone about what is happening inside your server, even the hosting company. Unless this server is managed, then the hosting company is responsible for setting it up and dealing with it on your behalf.
Cloud servers are virtual servers that also have the same capabilities as real servers but differ in the way they work and differ from the VPS servers that we talked about previously in that they use the resources of several real servers connected to each other, and when you use this service you will benefit from having a large number of servers that your cloud server depends on. Thus, you can increase your server capabilities and resources more broadly at any time.