In shared hosting, all users share the same server resources. In contrast, VPS hosting plans offer you a dedicated allocation of resources (disk space, memory, CPU cores, etc). This means you’ll have your own virtual environment. Thus, other users’ issues like spikes in bandwidth usage won’t affect your website.
Using VPS hosting means your website is set up within a secure container with guaranteed resources. Since you won’t have to share hosting resources with other users, you won’t share their level of risk.
Faster loading speeds with SSD VPS:
Unlike HDD, SSD VPS offers you faster loading speeds. Apart from helping you make a positive first impression, faster website loading speeds would also let you enjoy higher search rankings, more web traffic, and more prospects.
You can say VPS is essentially a mini-dedicated server that offers you an independent hosting environment. As your resources are dedicated (since you won’t need to share them with others), the overall net of resources increases. This lets your website enjoy enhanced speed and performance.
With VPS hosting, you’ll get root access as if you were using a dedicated server, albeit at a much lower cost. Thus, you’ll be able to exercise better control over your hosting environment by having the power to install applications, run different operating systems, etc.