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Difference between a managed & shared hosting?
A basic difference in a managed and shared hosting is the support criteria and the hosting server itself.
A managed hosting service includes the hosting support criteria round the year whereas shared hosting does not.
During times when customer requires the support, any shared host typically charge per ticket and the customer may end up paying more at the end of the year as compared to what they are trying to save.
Set aside all the hassles to spare time and coordinate with shared support and to make sure for break fixes and the smooth functioning of the website.
On the other hand, managed hosting makes sure for the smooth functioning of the website by pro-active monitoring whole year round.
In a shared service, the resources of the server are fully shared within a cluster comprising several hundred to thousands of account resulting in downtime and severe surge of efficiency during high loads.
On the contrary, a managed host makes sure to maintain the optimal performance of the server either by limiting the accounts or by increasing server resources.
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