Wat is Webhosting?

Webhosting is een dienst die aan particulieren of bedrijven ruimte aanbiedt voor het opslaan van informatie, afbeeldingen, of andere inhoud die toegankelijk is via een website. Om snelheid en veiligheid te garanderen en ervoor zorg te dragen dat een webpagina, of een website altijd beschikbaar is, worden deze opgeslagen bij een zogenaamd hostingbedrijf of een webhost zoals Ber|Art Visual Design

Soorten webhosting, Hosting kan onderverdeeld worden in verschillende soorten (volgens stijgende kostprijs):

Gratis hosting: meestal met beperkte mogelijkheden. Het draaien van scripts (bijvoorbeeld PHP) en het voeren van een eigen domeinnaam is vaak niet mogelijk. Schijfruimte en bandbreedte zijn meestal ook beperkt. Soms voegt de hostingfirma reclameboodschappen toe aan elke pagina.

Shared hosting: hierbij worden meerdere (honderden) websites op dezelfde server geplaatst. Hierdoor is het mogelijk dat de ene website de andere doet vertragen of zelfs crashen. Web en Server Hosting bestellen

Reseller hosting: bestemd voor wie zelf een webhost wil worden. Voorziet in een hoge schijfruimte en bandbreedte die kan verdeeld worden over alle sites die de gebruiker er wil op plaatsen. Te vergelijken met shared hosting, maar u heeft meer vrijheid en u kunt zelf webhostng verkopen. Web en Server Hosting bestellen

Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting: hiermee kan één fysieke server meerdere virtuele servers huisvesten. Elke klant heeft dan adminstrator of root-rechten om de server te configureren en gebruikers rechten toe te kennen. De klant kan een VPS ook voor andere toepassingen dan websites gebruiken. Als een virtuele server crasht, dan hebben de andere klanten daar geen last van. Processorcapaciteit en bandbreedte naar de harde schijf worden wel gedeeld door de klanten.

Co-Located hosting: de klant plaatst een eigen server in de ruimte van de colocatieprovider. Het is vereist om een “19″ rack mountable”-server te plaatsen van 1, 2 of 4U (Units). Ook hier heeft de klant rekening te houden met datalimiet, maar hardeschrijven kunnen naar gewenste hoeveelheid worden geplaatst of vervangen door grotere. Web en Server Hosting bestellen

Dedicated hosting: de klant krijgt werkelijk een eigen server (machine). Wel heeft deze zich te houden aan datalimiet en hardeschrijf ruimte. Web en Server Hosting bestellen

Applicatie Hosting: hosting van applicaties zoals Typo3, Magento, Joomla en WordPress is hosting op zich. Al deze zogenaamde scripts hebben speciale aandacht nodig en vaak ook speciale aanpassingen op de hosting server.

 

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3 comments to Wat is Webhosting?

  • Web hosting: Web hosting is a service that provides Internet users with online systems for storing information, images, video, or any content accessible via the web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server they own for use by their clients as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. Web hosts can also provide data center space and connectivity to the Internet for servers they do not own to be located in their data center.

    Types of hosting: Hosting can be split up into six general types: free, shared, reseller, virtual private server, dedicated, and colocated. Free hosting: Free web hosting is a service which provides users with the ability to store web sites and media on the Internet for no cost. While there is no monetary cost for the user, some hosts require the user to place advertisements or links on the web site which is being hosted for free. Some other free hosts require posting in a forum, requiring either reaching a certain amount of posts once or posting a certain amount of posts every so-often.

    There are free hosts which are aimed at a specifical type of web sites and which reject applications for hosting of projects not related to their intended audience. Some free hosts restrict hotlinking in an attempt to get more people seeing their advertisements. There are free web hosts which provide more than one hosting package, not necessarily all of them free. This is usually used to let users try the service for free and later upgrade to web hosting with better characteristics by paying. That’s why some web hosts refer to their free web hosting packages as “trial” packages. Free web hosts often provide an address for the web site consisting of a subdomain or a directory, while paid web hosts often provide a top-level domain along with the hosting. In order to gain customers some free web hosts replace the standard server error pages with custom pages linking to the site of the web host.

    Most free web hosts don’t provide support for any server-side scripting as these usually increase the load of the server much and thus such support is infeasible when given away for free. Most free web hosts forbid using their hosting solely for file storage as it doesn’t allow ad forcing and therefore doesn’t increase the income. Shared hosting: one’s Web site is placed on the same server as several hundred other sites. A problem with another site on the server can bring all of the sites down. Shared hosting also brings with it some restrictions regarding what exactly can be done, although these restrictions are nowhere near as restrictive as for free hosting. Reseller hosting: designed for those who want to become Web hosts themselves.

    One gets a large amount of space and bandwidth that can be divided up among as many sites as the user wants to put on his account. A reseller account is placed on the same server with other reseller accounts, just like with shared hosting but there are fewer accounts. Virtual Private Server hosting: Virtual Private Server technology enables one physical server to house several Virtual Environments which behave exactly like an isolated stand-alone server. This is often a much more affordable solution than a dedicated server, normally offering all the same benefits, such as root access. Dedicated hosting: With dedicated hosting, one gets a server of one’s own. They have no restrictions, except for those designed to maintain the integrity of the Web host’s network (for instance, banning sites with adult content due to the increase risk of attack by hackers and grey legal issues for the ISP). Unless a separate plan is purchased from the host, the user is also generally on his own. This can be an expensive proposition, as the purchase of the dedicated server itself is generally far more expensive compared to shared hosting. Colocated hosting: This involves a server the user purchases himself and installs at the host’s data center. Besides unmonitored reboots, the user must pay extra for many services dedicated hosting provides by default.

    Colocated hosting is generally chosen by people with server administration experience and those with more significant needs than which can be satisfied by dedicated or shared hosting. This is usually the most expensive and least cost effective option if you are not colocating many servers. Application hosting: The hosting of custom applications for a purpose other then running a website, e-mail, etc. Commonly used by larger companies to outsource network infrastructure to a hosting company. Ex.) A chain of grocery stores that logs orders through servers located in a datacenter. Web hosting is often provided as part of a general Internet access plan; there are many free and paid providers offering these services. The free services generally have restrictions on how the space can be used, including but not limited to: advertising, bandwidth restrictions, and programs that can be used to edit sites.

    Businesses are generally restricted to using a paid Web host to host their site on. Paid Web hosts usually provide many more features, including 24/7 support and personalized assistance. Sites hosted on paid Web hosts also tend to load more quickly since each server hosts fewer sites, giving each site a larger proportion of resources. A customer also needs to evaluate the requirements of the application. Such considerations include database server software, scripting software, and operating system. Active Server Pages (ASP) web sites usually require a Microsoft Windows based server platform. Most hosting providers provide Linux-based web hosting which offers a wide range of different software. A typical configuration for a Linux server is the LAMP Platform. This includes Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (or Python, Perl or Ruby). Usually there is limited interoperability between the two, although Linux servers can integrate with Windows file services through Samba, and many Linux hosts provide support for Microsoft FrontPage server extensions. Regardless of whether one is a business or has a personal site that needs to be hosted, it has to be created first.

    HTML experience is usually required to create a site (and more advanced languages can be used for interactive content, such as ASP or those languages used in a LAMP setup), but those without design experience can hire a Web designer to do the heavy lifting. Once the site is online there’s not much else that’s required: the host generally handles the technical behind-the-scenes work with the server. Web hosting: Web hosting is a service that provides Internet users with online systems for storing information, images, video, or any content accessible via the web.

    Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server they own for use by their clients as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. Web hosts can also provide data center space and connectivity to the Internet for servers they do not own to be located in their data center. Types of hosting: Hosting can be split up into six general types: free, shared, reseller, virtual private server, dedicated, and colocated.

  • Velvolg:

    Free hosting: Free web hosting is a service which provides users with the ability to store web sites and media on the Internet for no cost. While there is no monetary cost for the user, some hosts require the user to place advertisements or links on the web site which is being hosted for free. Some other free hosts require posting in a forum, requiring either reaching a certain amount of posts once or posting a certain amount of posts every so-often. There are free hosts which are aimed at a specifical type of web sites and which reject applications for hosting of projects not related to their intended audience.

    Some free hosts restrict hotlinking in an attempt to get more people seeing their advertisements. There are free web hosts which provide more than one hosting package, not necessarily all of them free. This is usually used to let users try the service for free and later upgrade to web hosting with better characteristics by paying. That’s why some web hosts refer to their free web hosting packages as “trial” packages. Free web hosts often provide an address for the web site consisting of a subdomain or a directory, while paid web hosts often provide a top-level domain along with the hosting.

    In order to gain customers some free web hosts replace the standard server error pages with custom pages linking to the site of the web host. Most free web hosts don’t provide support for any server-side scripting as these usually increase the load of the server much and thus such support is infeasible when given away for free. Most free web hosts forbid using their hosting solely for file storage as it doesn’t allow ad forcing and therefore doesn’t increase the income. Shared hosting: one’s Web site is placed on the same server as several hundred other sites. A problem with another site on the server can bring all of the sites down. Shared hosting also brings with it some restrictions regarding what exactly can be done, although these restrictions are nowhere near as restrictive as for free hosting. Reseller hosting: designed for those who want to become Web hosts themselves.

    One gets a large amount of space and bandwidth that can be divided up among as many sites as the user wants to put on his account. A reseller account is placed on the same server with other reseller accounts, just like with shared hosting but there are fewer accounts. Virtual Private Server hosting: Virtual Private Server technology enables one physical server to house several Virtual Environments which behave exactly like an isolated stand-alone server. This is often a much more affordable solution than a dedicated server, normally offering all the same benefits, such as root access. Dedicated hosting: With dedicated hosting, one gets a server of one’s own. They have no restrictions, except for those designed to maintain the integrity of the Web host’s network (for instance, banning sites with adult content due to the increase risk of attack by hackers and grey legal issues for the ISP). Unless a separate plan is purchased from the host, the user is also generally on his own.

    This can be an expensive proposition, as the purchase of the dedicated server itself is generally far more expensive compared to shared hosting. Colocated hosting: This involves a server the user purchases himself and installs at the host’s data center. Besides unmonitored reboots, the user must pay extra for many services dedicated hosting provides by default. Colocated hosting is generally chosen by people with server administration experience and those with more significant needs than which can be satisfied by dedicated or shared hosting. This is usually the most expensive and least cost effective option if you are not colocating many servers. Application hosting: The hosting of custom applications for a purpose other then running a website, e-mail, etc. Commonly used by larger companies to outsource network infrastructure to a hosting company. Ex.) A chain of grocery stores that logs orders through servers located in a datacenter.

    Web hosting is often provided as part of a general Internet access plan; there are many free and paid providers offering these services. The free services generally have restrictions on how the space can be used, including but not limited to: advertising, bandwidth restrictions, and programs that can be used to edit sites. Businesses are generally restricted to using a paid Web host to host their site on. Paid Web hosts usually provide many more features, including 24/7 support and personalized assistance. Sites hosted on paid Web hosts also tend to load more quickly since each server hosts fewer sites, giving each site a larger proportion of resources. A customer also needs to evaluate the requirements of the application. Such considerations include database server software, scripting software, and operating system. Active Server Pages (ASP) web sites usually require a Microsoft Windows based server platform. Most hosting providers provide Linux-based web hosting which offers a wide range of different software.

    A typical configuration for a Linux server is the LAMP Platform. This includes Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (or Python, Perl or Ruby). Usually there is limited interoperability between the two, although Linux servers can integrate with Windows file services through Samba, and many Linux hosts provide support for Microsoft FrontPage server extensions. Regardless of whether one is a business or has a personal site that needs to be hosted, it has to be created first. HTML experience is usually required to create a site (and more advanced languages can be used for interactive content, such as ASP or those languages used in a LAMP setup), but those without design experience can hire a Web designer to do the heavy lifting. Once the site is online there’s not much else that’s required: the host generally handles the technical behind-the-scenes work with the server.

    Web hosting: Web hosting is a service that provides Internet users with online systems for storing information, images, video, or any content accessible via the web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server they own for use by their clients as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. Web hosts can also provide data center space and connectivity to the Internet for servers they do not own to be located in their data center. Types of hosting: Hosting can be split up into six general types: free, shared, reseller, virtual private server, dedicated, and colocated. Free hosting: Free web hosting is a service which provides users with the ability to store web sites and media on the Internet for no cost.

    While there is no monetary cost for the user, some hosts require the user to place advertisements or links on the web site which is being hosted for free. Some other free hosts require posting in a forum, requiring either reaching a certain amount of posts once or posting a certain amount of posts every so-often. There are free hosts which are aimed at a specifical type of web sites and which reject applications for hosting of projects not related to their intended audience. Some free hosts restrict hotlinking in an attempt to get more people seeing their advertisements.

    There are free web hosts which provide more than one hosting package, not necessarily all of them free. This is usually used to let users try the service for free and later upgrade to web hosting with better characteristics by paying. That’s why some web hosts refer to their free web hosting packages as “trial” packages. Free web hosts often provide an address for the web site consisting of a subdomain or a directory, while paid web hosts often provide a top-level domain along with the hosting. In order to gain customers some free web hosts replace the standard server error pages with custom pages linking to the site of the web host. Most free web hosts don’t provide support for any server-side scripting as these usually increase the load of the server much and thus such support is infeasible when given away for free. Most free web hosts forbid using their hosting solely for file storage as it doesn’t allow ad forcing and therefore doesn’t increase the income.

    Shared hosting: one’s Web site is placed on the same server as several hundred other sites. A problem with another site on the server can bring all of the sites down. Shared hosting also brings with it some restrictions regarding what exactly can be done, although these restrictions are nowhere near as restrictive as for free hosting. Reseller hosting: designed for those who want to become Web hosts themselves. One gets a large amount of space and bandwidth that can be divided up among as many sites as the user wants to put on his account. A reseller account is placed on the same server with other reseller accounts, just like with shared hosting but there are fewer accounts.

    Virtual Private Server hosting: Virtual Private Server technology enables one physical server to house several Virtual Environments which behave exactly like an isolated stand-alone server. This is often a much more affordable solution than a dedicated server, normally offering all the same benefits, such as root access. Dedicated hosting: With dedicated hosting, one gets a server of one’s own. They have no restrictions, except for those designed to maintain the integrity of the Web host’s network (for instance, banning sites with adult content due to the increase risk of attack by hackers and grey legal issues for the ISP). Unless a separate plan is purchased from the host, the user is also generally on his own. This can be an expensive proposition, as the purchase of the dedicated server itself is generally far more expensive compared to shared hosting.

    Colocated hosting: This involves a server the user purchases himself and installs at the host’s data center. Besides unmonitored reboots, the user must pay extra for many services dedicated hosting provides by default. Colocated hosting is generally chosen by people with server administration experience and those with more significant needs than which can be satisfied by dedicated or shared hosting. This is usually the most expensive and least cost effective option if you are not colocating many servers. Application hosting: The hosting of custom applications for a purpose other then running a website, e-mail, etc. Commonly used by larger companies to outsource network infrastructure to a hosting company. Ex.) A chain of grocery stores that logs orders through servers located in a datacenter. Web hosting is often provided as part of a general Internet access plan; there are many free and paid providers offering these services.

    The free services generally have restrictions on how the space can be used, including but not limited to: advertising, bandwidth restrictions, and programs that can be used to edit sites. Businesses are generally restricted to using a paid Web host to host their site on. Paid Web hosts usually provide many more features, including 24/7 support and personalized assistance. Sites hosted on paid Web hosts also tend to load more quickly since each server hosts fewer sites, giving each site a larger proportion of resources.

    A customer also needs to evaluate the requirements of the application. Such considerations include database server software, scripting software, and operating system. Active Server Pages (ASP) web sites usually require a Microsoft Windows based server platform. Most hosting providers provide Linux-based web hosting which offers a wide range of different software. A typical configuration for a Linux server is the LAMP Platform. This includes Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (or Python, Perl or Ruby). Usually there is limited interoperability between the two, although Linux servers can integrate with Windows file services through Samba, and many Linux hosts provide support for Microsoft FrontPage server extensions. Regardless of whether one is a business or has a personal site that needs to be hosted, it has to be created first.

    HTML experience is usually required to create a site (and more advanced languages can be used for interactive content, such as ASP or those languages used in a LAMP setup), but those without design experience can hire a Web designer to do the heavy lifting. Once the site is online there’s not much else that’s required: the host generally handles the technical behind-the-scenes work with the server. Web hosting: Web hosting is a service that provides Internet users with online systems for storing information, images, video, or any content accessible via the web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server they own for use by their clients as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. Web hosts can also provide data center space and connectivity to the Internet for servers they do not own to be located in their data center.

    Types of hosting: Hosting can be split up into six general types: free, shared, reseller, virtual private server, dedicated, and colocated. Free hosting: Free web hosting is a service which provides users with the ability to store web sites and media on the Internet for no cost. While there is no monetary cost for the user, some hosts require the user to place advertisements or links on the web site which is being hosted for free. Some other free hosts require posting in a forum, requiring either reaching a certain amount of posts once or posting a certain amount of posts every so-often. There are free hosts which are aimed at a specifical type of web sites and which reject applications for hosting of projects not related to their intended audience. Some free hosts restrict hotlinking in an attempt to get more people seeing their advertisements. There are free web hosts which provide more than one hosting package, not necessarily all of them free.

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