Future of the dedicated servers market


Now mostly peoples purchase VPS’ instead of dedicated servers so What will be the future of the dedicated servers market.

Put your suggestion here.

 The resources are limited in a VPS as compared to a Dedicated server so for those who need more resources will definitely opt a dedicated server.

I don’t think that VPs will fully replace dedicated servers

I think Dedicated Servers are here to stay. Although isolated, with a VPS you are basically sharing the resources of a single dedicated server between all of the VPSs hosted on it.

I think VPS is a good option for the person not completely ready for the dedicated server

From studying hosting packages offered by a number of companies, I can figure out that VPS isn’t really popular, as the majority of hosts offer shared-reseller-dedicated plans

I think dedicated servers are here to stay, but as we all know they are getting more and more powerful and the market is FULL of people selling them, so its getting to the point where companies have to be creative to find a niche in the market.

VPS are cheaper then Dedicated server and gives you the features and functionality of a dedicated server.

 

I don’t think that VPs will fully replace dedicated servers because There will always be people looking for their own physical machine, versus having VPS…

 

There is a natural progression of resource requirements in hosting. Starting with shared hosting, VPS, then on to dedicated servers and capping at clusters. As a websites popularity grows it will inevitably require more CPU/RAM/Disk. Along with increased popularity comes the increased desire for the ever elusive 100% uptime which is only realistic with clusters.

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