This is the cheapest and easiest type of hosting to set up. Your site shares a server with other sites, which means you have less control over the server and are subject to server resource limits. This can be a good choice if you have a small e-commerce site with little traffic and sales.
With dedicated hosting, you have your own entire server for your site. This gives you full control over the server and you are not subject to server resource limits. This can be a good choice for large e-commerce sites with lots of traffic and sales. However, it can be expensive and requires advanced technical knowledge to manage and maintain the server.
Cloud hosting allows you to pay only for the use of the resources you use. This can be a good option for e-commerce sites that have unpredictable traffic spikes. However, it can be more expensive in the long run if you are constantly using large amounts of resources.
VPS (Virtual Private Server) Hosting
A VPS is a virtual server that gives you a dedicated resource allocation on a physical server shared with other users. This gives you more flexibility and control than shared hosting, but is less expensive than dedicated hosting. This can be a good option for medium-sized e-commerce sites that need more resources than shared hosting, but do not need all the resources of a dedicated server.
To choose the right type of hosting for your international e-commerce site, here are some factors to consider
Size and type of your site: If you have a small e-commerce site with little traffic and sales, shared hosting may be sufficient. If you have a large site with lots of traffic and sales, you may need dedicated hosting. For secure hosting against DDoS attacks, opt for Koddos services.