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Sorts of hosting services

A hosting solution suggests hoarding and/or sharing specific content on a web server hosted by a web hosting provider. There are various kinds of hosting services used for different purposes, so let's take a gaze at them. Doing so, you can choose what you want, depending on whether you wish to run a web site, e-mail aliases, or to share files with friends and colleagues.

- File hosting: a solution furnished by certain providers, which allows you to share big files. These could be disk images, movies, audio files, archived documents, and so on. This service is also known as file storage, and its only aim is to share files, since it does not support web page uploading. As soon as the files are uploaded, you will either obtain an accidentally created download link for each of them, or you will be able to explore a roll of all the files in a directory, but you will be unable to view .html or .php web files in your web browser. Free file hosting solutions often involve adverts next to the download links, while a timer compels you to await a particular amount of time to view them. A single file can be downloaded with limited speed. If you have a paid file storage plan, there are no restrictions as to how many files you can upload/download at once, and also there is no limitation in regard to the download speed or the file size.

Nowadays, with the assistance of the cPanel hosting traders, "file hosting" is being renamed to the more trendy "cloud hosting". This is a thoroughly incongruous interpretation of the literal definition of "cloud hosting". A real cloud website hosting environment would allot the load between separate sets of servers in a cluster, which are devoted to attending different site hosting services (mail, storage space, stats, DNS, databases, web space hosting Control Panel, etc.) So, the file hosting solution is just a type of a data storage hosting service, not a cloud hosting one. It's not even near.

- Image hosting: resembling file hosting; certain corporations offer a hosting service for images exclusively. This hosting type is suitable if you desire to share an enormous number of pics with mates or colleagues since the service is commonly free. You will get a randomly generated link for each and every picture or album and you can subsequently share this link. As with the file hosting service, .html and .php files are not compatible, so the service cannot be used for sites.

- E-mail hosting: a solution dedicated to managing your e-mail addresses. Some vendors offer web hosting services for web sites, but do not supply an e-mail solution. If you would like to open an email address with your domain name but do not want to run a web site, then the e-mail hosting solution is what you require. You can set up mail accounts and manage them, but there will be no web solution for the domains. The e-mail hosting solution includes incoming POP/IMAP and outgoing SMTP servers.

- Video hosting: this solution allows you to upload and share video clips. You can either share a link to a certain video, or you can embed the video in your website that is hosted somewhere else. The advantage of availing of this method in lieu of uploading the video file in a hosting account is that the video brings about a certain amount of CPU load, so with a bunch of videos and a few hundred visitors, you may have trouble with your web page hosting reserves. Embedding the video file will enable you to own as many video files as you desire without hassling about system quotas.

- Web page hosting: this is the service that you require if you would like to own a website. To a certain degree, it encompasses all of the aforementioned hosting variants since, along with your web sites, you can also host images and files, you can create databases and mail accounts, upload video files, etc. At Exclusive Hosting, for instance, you can observe web hosting and dedicated hosting accounts that allow you to get all of the aforesaid solutions in one place. There may be limits based on the kind of hosting service that you've settled on - a free hosting package, a paid shared hosting account, a VPS or a dedicated server. Depending on that, your web hosting account may be better or worse compared with the usual e-mail/file/video/image hosting accounts that are devised for specific web content solely.