Your webhosting preferences

hetnix_srl

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Hi there,

I'm curious about your web hosting preferences regarding the following situation.

Due to cPanel/WHM pricing scheme increasing, what would you (as an end-user) prefer:

a) I'm fine with paying few extra bucks for shared, but I really want cPanel/WHM
b) I'd really like to pay the same amount. I don't really care about the hosting panel
c) I'd rather migrate from a shared plan to a VPS with an open-source panel, even if a VPS it's not as cheap as a shared plan

Also, if you have any other ideea or details you want to add, I'd be greatful to hear them from you. :)

Thank you!
 
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Tango

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cPanel makes sense for large shared hosting servers due to it being most widely used. I have 1 DA shared account and am not a fan.
Any use apart from that use isn't worth the $. I prefer YUM
 
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DoctorX

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I don't really care about the control panel, as long as it allows me to manage my settings and domains without problems.
So it is b.
 

akamai

Active Member
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a) I'm fine with paying few extra bucks for shared, but I really want cPanel/WHM
Totally agree with @Tango here, If you are using a VPS or cluster of VPS then Cpanel is just not worth it.
If your site gets at least a 500 users/day then you should learn command line, Apt or YUM. It will help you in the long Run.
Personally I think Cpanel or other panels create unnecessary Bloat & Load on the System Resources.

Regards,
 

bruno smith

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Web hosting is very important to make the website accessible globally. You need to do a lot of research before hosting the website like
1) Choose the service provider.
2) Security.
3) Good uptime.
4) backup service.
 
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