VPS Hosting: The Best Solution for Your Business Website

VPS Hosting: The Best Solution for Your Business Website

Setting up your VPS is not as difficult as you may think. This blog post will show you how to configure cPanel and WHM Panel on your VPS. cPanel is a web-based control panel that allows you to manage your website’s files, email accounts, databases, and domains from a single location. WHM Panel is a tool for server administrators that allows them to manage their servers’ settings and configurations.

What is VPS?

A VPS—Virtual Private Server—is a type of hosting that allows you to have your own server without paying for the entire physical server. VPS hosting is excellent for businesses that don’t want to invest in a dedicated server but need their own server.

Why Use VPS Hosting?

You might want to use VPS hosting for your business website for many reasons. VPS hosting is more affordable than dedicated server hosting and offers more flexibility and control than shared hosting. With VPS hosting, you’ll get your own resources (CPU, RAM, disk space), so you won’t have to share with other websites on the same server. Having these resources means your website will load faster and is less likely to crash.

How to Choose a VPS Hosting Provider?

When choosing a VPS hosting provider, you’ll want to ensure they offer the features and resources you need for your website. You’ll also want to make sure they have good customer support if you encounter any problems. Some things to look for when choosing a VPS hosting provider include:

– CPU: How many cores does the CPU have? The more cores, the better.

– RAM: How much RAM do they offer? The more RAM, the better.

– Disk Space: How much disk space do they offer? The more disk space, the better.

– Customer Support: Do they have great customer support? The more outstanding the customer support, the better.

Now that you know what VPS hosting is and why you should use it for your business website, let us take a look at how to set it up.

Configuring cPanel and WHM Panel on Your VPS

In order to configure cPanel and WHM Panel on your VPS, you will need to log in to your server as the root user. Once you are logged in, you will be able to access the command-line interface (CLI). From the CLI, you will need to type in the following commands:

– yum install epel-release

– yum update

– yum install whm

After running these commands, cPanel and WHM Panel should be installed on your server.

Once cPanel and WHM Panel are installed, you will need to configure them. The first thing you will need to do is create a new account in cPanel. To do this, click on the “Accounts” tab and the “Add Account” button.

Enter the following information:

  • Domain: Enter your domain name here.
  • Username: Enter a username for your account.
  • Password: Enter a password for your account.
  • Package: Select the “cPanel Shared Hosting package.”

After entering all the information, click the “Create Account” button.

Now that you have created an account, you will need to log in to cPanel. To do this, go to your domain name and add /cpanel to the end of it. For example, if your domain name is example.com, you would go to example.com/cpanel.

Enter your username and password that you created earlier, and then click on the “Login” button.

Once logged in, you will be taken to the cPanel Dashboard. From here, you can manage all of the aspects of your website.

Configuring WHM Panel

Now that cPanel is configured, you will need to configure WHM Panel. To do this, log in to WHM Panel by going to your domain name and adding /whm to the end of it. For example, if your domain name is example.com, you would go to example.com/whm.

Enter your username and password that you created earlier, and then click on the “Login” button.

Once logged in, you will be taken to the WHM Dashboard. From here, you can manage all aspects of your website’s server.

Conclusion

When choosing a VPS hosting provider, you’ll want to ensure they offer the features and resources you need for your website. You’ll also want to make sure they have good customer support if you encounter any problems. When choosing a VPS hosting provider, some things to look for include CPU, RAM, disk space, and customer support.

Natalie Werner
Natalie Werner is a freelance writer, CISSP & CCSK Certified Cybersecurity specialist with over 20 years of experience in the banking industry. She's also co-founder and CEO at The Alliance for Cyber Security Excellence (The ACE), an international not -for profit organization that provides cyber security solutions to reduce risk exposure from threats like hacks or malware infections by bringing together trusted experts across various fields, including information technology (IT). As well as providing specialized operational courses on how to maintain your digital assets within IT domains such data protection, Natalie offers strategic training designed help organizations better understand their own business needs when it comes down to protecting against external risks brought about through technological advances

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