Linux Shared Hosting

LLinux Shared Hosting
The hosting service must include system administration since it is shared by many users; this is a benefit for users who do not want to deal with it, but a hindrance to power users who want more control. In general shared hosting will be inappropriate for users who require extensive software development outside what the hosting provider supports. Almost all applications intended to be on a standard web server work fine with a shared web hosting service. But on the other hand, shared hosting is cheaper than other types of hosting such as dedicated server hosting. Shared hosting usually has usage limits and hosting providers should have extensive reliability features in place.

Therefore In shared hosting, the provider is generally responsible for managing servers, installing server software, security updates, technical support, and other aspects of the service. Most servers are based on the Linux operating system.

Some providers offer Microsoft Windows-based or FreeBSD-based solutions. For example, the Plesk control panel is available for two operating systems, Linux and Windows.


  • 1 GB HDD
  • 50 Emails
  • 5 My SQL DB
  • 10 Subdomains
  • 15 GB Traffic/m


  • 5 GB HDD
  • 100 Emails
  • 10 My SQL DB
  • 20 Subdomains
  • 20 GB Traffic/m


  • 10 GB HDD
  • Unlimited Emails
  • 20 My SQL DB
  • 30 Subdomains
  • 25 GB Traffic/m


  • 20 GB HDD
  • Unlimited Emails
  • Unlimited
  • Unlimited Subdomains
  • 30 GB Traffic/m


  • 50 GB HDD
  • Unlimited Emails
  • Unlimited
  • Unlimited Subdomains
  • 60 GB Traffic/m