Managed vs Unmanaged Servers

Managed Vs Unmanaged Servers

Managed vs Unmanaged Servers

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When it comes to hosting your website, you have two options: managed and unmanaged servers. So, which is right for your business? The answer depends on a number of factors, including the size of your website, the amount of traffic it receives, your budget, and your technical expertise. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at managed and unmanaged servers so that you can make an informed decision about which type of server is right for you.

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Managed Servers

A managed server is a physical or virtual machine that is run by a hosting company. The hosting company is responsible for managing the server, including ensuring that the server software is up to date and patching any security vulnerabilities. Managed servers are often more expensive than unmanaged servers because you are paying for the hosting company’s expertise and time. However, managed servers can be a good option for businesses that do not have the in-house resources to manage their own servers.

Managed servers are ideal for businesses that don’t have the time or resources to manage their own servers. With a managed server, you’ll have access to a team of experts who will handle all of the technical aspects of server management for you. This includes tasks such as security updates, patch management, and performance monitoring. Managed servers also come with additional features and services, such as managed WordPress hosting and email hosting. Of course, all of these services come at a price; managed servers are typically more expensive than unmanaged servers.

 
Unmanaged Servers

An unmanaged server is a physical or virtual machine that is not run by a hosting company. With an unmanaged server, it is up to the business owner to ensure that the server software is up to date and patch any security vulnerabilities. Unmanaged servers are often less expensive than managed servers because you are not paying for the hosting company’s expertise and time. However, unmanaged servers can be a good option for businesses that have the in-house resources to manage their own servers. 

Which is Right for Your Business?

When deciding between a managed or unmanaged server, there are several factors to consider, such as cost, expertise, and in-house resources. A Managed Server can save you money and resources because you don’t need to invest time and human resources to manage your infrastructure. If you determine that an unmanaged server is right for your business, make sure you have the necessary in-house resources to manage the server effectively

In Remarkablecloud we specialized in Managed Cloud Hosting, from server hardening, backups, email delivery to advance failover solutions for your business.

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