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Latest Web Hosting Stats and Trend for 2022

The total number of internet sites is fast approaching the two billion mark. With the net landscape becoming increasingly dominant in every facet of our lives, web hosting holds the whole Internet together, allowing us to hold on with business seamlessly. An industry that didn’t even exist before the appearance of the planet Wide Web is now the backbone of the fashionable digital world. The past few years are extremely challenging for everybody. With a …

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Getting to know Virtual Machine

A virtual machine ( VM) is a virtual environment created on a physical hardware device (located off- or on-premises) that acts as a virtual computer system with its own CPU , memory, network interface, and storage. Software called a hypervisor separates the resources of the machine from the hardware and provides them adequately so that …

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KVM vs VMware | Which to Choose?

A hypervisor is a program, hardware, or firmware combination that produces, executes, and manages virtual machines ( VMs). The computer running a hypervisor is called its host, whilst each VM on the host is known as a guest. A hypervisor provides the guests with a virtual operating platform that manages their operating systems (OSs), enabling …

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cPanel vs Plesk

cPanel was first released in 1996. It had a lot of legacy users. The newest versions of cPanel are a combination of cPanel and WHM ( Web Host Manager) interfaces, where cPanel is for customer account management, and the latter is for server administration. Plesk released a little bit later on 2001. It was a …

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What is a DDoS attack?

What is a DDoS attack?  Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is a malicious attempt to disturb normal traffic of a targeted server, service or network by overwhelming the target or its surrounding infrastructure with a flood of Internet traffic. DDoS attack is achievable by thwarting access to almost everything inside the systems. For example, servers, devices, …

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