VPS Hosting or Virtual Private Server can be a cost-effective way to run your website, especially if you’re running multiple sites on the same server. But choosing which VPS host is right for you can be tricky without any guidance. That’s why we are here to help you choose the best Japan VPS Server Hosting solutions with great benefits.
Here are some of the most important things to look out for in the best Japan VPS Server.
Unsurprisingly, uptime is an important factor to consider when looking for a good host. Uptime refers to how often a server goes down. The higher it is, the better your hosting experience will be. If you’re trying to run an online store or something that requires exceptional uptime, make sure you choose a host with 99.99%+ uptime (99.9% can be fine too). Most business websites need at least 99% uptime so that should be more than enough for most people.
2) Disk Space & Traffic Limits
Unlike shared hosting, there are no limits on disk space or traffic for a virtual private server. More space and bandwidth mean you’ll be able to do more with your site – even if it isn’t as high-traffic as others. Bigger sites will also be able to handle extra content such as audio, video, and high-resolution images without having to worry about crashing their server. If you’re worried about running out of space or bandwidth, go with a provider that gives you unlimited options so you can focus on other parts of your site instead. If high-traffic sites are what you do best, make sure they have more than one data center location so that if one goes down your traffic is automatically routed through another to keep things running smoothly.
3) Secure Access
As a business, your website is one of your most important assets. Just like you wouldn’t trust just anyone to mow your lawn or fix your car, you shouldn’t trust just anyone with access to your site—that includes hackers. Secure access doesn’t simply mean strong passwords; it means safeguarding all information from would-be intruders. There are many things that can be done to keep an online presence secure including implementing security protocols on hardware and software levels as well as choosing a company that regularly updates its system for maximum protection against online threats.
4) Control Panel
You’ll want to make sure that your hosting company has a great, user-friendly control panel so you can manage all of your hosting features. The top features you’ll want to look for in a control panel are cPanel (or equivalent), PHP 5, MySQL, and SFTP access. Also make sure that you can easily find customer support for any problems or questions you have, either through live chat or phone. If all else fails, at least be able to send an email; as long as they respond in a timely manner and help resolve your issue, then it won’t matter how bad their customer service may be.
5) Tech Support
The first thing you should look for when choosing a web host is good customer service. If you ever have a problem with your site, will your host be able to help? Some hosting companies have policies that require you to use their in-house technical support staff or pay extra for third-party support. You might also want to check if there’s a control panel you can use to install WordPress or another content management system on your own instead of using cPanel. These things don’t matter much when everything is running smoothly, but they can make a huge difference when something goes wrong—particularly if you’re new to website administration and don’t know what questions to ask.
6) Free Domain Name
When you buy a Japan VPS hosting server, you need to find somewhere to host your domain name. If you already have a domain name but don’t have an account with a web host, just sign up for one. You’ll have plenty of space and bandwidth, plus some other bells and whistles depending on your host. If you don’t already own a domain name, purchase one as part of your Japan VPS package. This will be cheaper than buying it later on its own and will also provide you with unlimited hosting space and bandwidth on all accounts. Most importantly, though: Don’t cheap out on a name—the first thing people see when they visit your site is its URL (domain), so choose something that’s memorable, easy to spell, and matches your brand identity.
If you’re looking for a new Hosting Provider, check out Onlive Server’s Japan Dedicated Server or Japan VPS Server. It comes with everything you need to get started quickly and efficiently. If you have any questions about it, or if you just want to learn more about virtual private servers (VPS), just send me an email. I’ll be happy to help!