Webmasters can start hosting business and earn as hosting reseller, or they can only have their own websites and try to earn use affiliate programs.
In both ways, you need dedicated servers.
What are dedicated servers, and what are they?
In some occasions, a professional web hosting solution and web presence require its own server for our exclusive use. This type of machine, usually in rented or owned (housing), are what are called dedicated servers.
A virtual server is one that is physically hosted on a machine that is shared by multiple users and that while it is an excellent solution to start our online presence, it has some shortcomings that can fill a dedicated server.
A dedicated server provides greater flexibility in building pages and applications, faster access and corporate databases and remote management access as root (superuser). Dedicated servers also provide increased reliability. As dedicated hosting running solely on a physical machine, there are no disadvantages to share with other sites bandwidth, disk space, or other server resources such as processor time or RAM.
“My needs require a dedicated hosting?
Solutions that manage critical or sensitive data are undoubtedly required exclusive use servers. In the shared hosting, several customers have access to the same machine, and also we have permission to run programs on it (CGI, PHP, and others). The degree of security will be much greater if we are the only ones with such privileges.
Databases or applications with large consumption of CPU intensive, make the shared hosting is not a valid solution. A virtual server shares the resources of the machine with other domains. In this case, dedicated hosting will give us the means and the scalability required.
There are specific or custom applications that require server access privileges to administer and control it fully. The dedicated servers are the only ones that allow you to carry out these tasks. With dedicated hosting, you can install all the software you want, register domains, email accounts, etc.. With no other limit than that imposed by the hardware of the machine.