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 Post subject: SSD and HDD Hosting
PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2014 4:26 pm 
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what is the difference between SSD and HDD Hosting?


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 Post subject: Re: SSD and HDD Hosting
PostPosted: Thu Dec 04, 2014 5:00 pm 
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All of us must have come across terms like SSD and HDD hosting. And many of us aren’t clear about both the terms. What is SSD hosting and how is it different from HDD hosting. To make things more clear let’s try to start with how SSD is different from HDD hosting provision:

1. HDD basically stands for Hard Disk Drive. The HDD is the traditional hard drive that saves and stores critical data on platters. The Hard Disk head reads the stored data from the platters by moving around it's axis while the platters spin very fast. This denotes a mechanical action that results into delay in response time. Now you must be thinking how can it affect your website?
Pros:
-The user gets lot of disk space
-It is highly cost-effective
Cons:
- It is relatively gives very low performance at times

In case, you have a start up business or your commercial website doesn’t require a high performance and has relatively low volume of web traffic then you must a hosting plan on HDD.

2. While, SSD refers to Solid State Drive. If the HDD saves data on platters, the SSD saves data on microchips. As it doesn’t have any moving parts, the SSD has actually doesn’t lead to delay in meeting the write/read requests. How SSD hosting can be beneficial for your website?
Pros:
-It gives high performance level
-It facilitates the user with high transfer speed

Cons:
-The user gets limited storage space
-It is relatively expensive

In case, you have website with high volume of web traffic then for superior performance, fast response time and instant data accessibility you must consider a hosting plan on SSD.

Hence, before choosing a web hosting plan always try to gain maximum knowledge about the platform that you thinking of taking up. And decide on the hosting platform that meets your business requirements very well.


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