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Sorts of hosting solutions

A hosting solution is associated with hoarding and/or sharing specific content on a web hosting server run by a website hosting company. There are different varieties of hosting services used for various purposes, so let's explore them. Thus, you can elect what you need, on the basis of whether you'd like to set up a blog, mail address accounts, or to share files with mates and colleagues.

- File hosting: a service delivered by given vendors, which allows you to share enormous files. These could be disk images, motion pictures, audio files, archives, etc. This solution is also known as file storage, and its only aim is to share files, since it does not support web page uploading. The moment the files are uploaded, you will either receive a randomly created download link for each of them, or you will be able to view a table of all the files in a directory, but you will not be able to open .html or .php web site files in your web browser. Free file hosting packages often include advertisements next to the download links, while a timer obliges you to wait for a given period of time to view them. A given file can be downloaded with restricted speed. If you have a paid file hosting plan, there are no limitations as to how many files you can upload/download at once, and also there is no limit with regard to the download speed or the file size.

Now, with the assistance of the cPanel hosting merchandisers, "file hosting" is being renamed to the more fashionable "cloud hosting". This is a completely incongruous explanation of the actual meaning of "cloud hosting". An actual cloud website hosting system would allocate the load between autonomous sets of hosting servers in a cluster, which are committed to serving different website hosting services (mail, web space, statistics, DNS, databases, web space hosting CP, and so on.) So, the file hosting solution is simply a type of a data storage hosting solution, not a cloud hosting one. It's not even near.

- Image hosting: akin to file hosting; specific corporations offer a hosting solution for pictures solely. This hosting brand is suitable if you want to share a big number of images with pals or partners since the service is commonly free. You will receive a randomly generated link for each and every pic or album and you can subsequently share this link. As with the file storage solution, .html and .php files are not compatible, so the solution cannot be utilized for websites.

- Email hosting: a solution dedicated to managing your e-mail address accounts. Some providers offer webspace hosting solutions for sites, but do not offer an email hosting service. If you want to keep a mail address with your domain name but do not desire to run a web site, then the e-mail hosting service is what you want. You can set up electronic mail accounts and manage them, but there will be no hosting solution for the domains. The email hosting service includes incoming POP/IMAP and outgoing SMTP email servers.

- Video hosting: this solution enables you to upload and share video files. You can either share a link to a certain video, or you can embed the video in your web site that is hosted elsewhere. The advantage of using this method instead of uploading the video file in a hosting account is that the video clip brings about a given amount of CPU load, so with a couple of videos and a few hundred visitors, you may have a hard time with your web hosting supplies. Embedding the video will allow you to manage as many video files as you want to without worrying about system quotas.

- Web hosting: this is the service that you require if you desire to own a website. To some degree, it encompasses all of the aforementioned hosting groups since, along with your web pages, you can also host pics and files, you can run databases and mail aliases, upload video clips, and so on. At Armando Hosting, for example, you can explore web hosting and dedicated hosting packages that enable you to get all of the aforesaid services in a single place. There may be restrictions based on the form of hosting service that you've settled on - a free hosting plan, a paid shared hosting plan, a VPS or a dedicated server. Depending on that, your web space hosting plan may be better or worse in comparison with the conventional e-mail/file/video/image hosting plans that are meant for particular web content exclusively.