Managed hosting is always necessary because you will have support from your web hosting provider when you have issues with your web hosting or servers. The first hosting plan that I bought, was a managed hosting, it was a shared hosting and when I know how to manage a VPS, I could use both managed and unmanaged hosting, each one has its advantage and you only know when you use them reality.
It depends on your online project and budget. Managed hosting is not cheap, but it could become necessary if your online business grows. When you search for managed hosting, you want to ensure they’re offering you with the right management features you need. Speaking with various hosting companies is the only sure way to find the solution that suits you the best.
Managed hosting is also a good fit for industries with stringent regulatory or security requirements, such as health care and financial services. For companies in these industries, it is important to make sure their MSP offers single tenant solutions that extend beyond the compute layer down to the storage and networking layers as well, to ensure environments are never shared with others.
Hi RachitP, can you rephrase your question and add a context to it? As at the moment, your question is vague which makes it difficult to proffer any reasonable suggestions .
First thing you need to ask yourself is: what exactly is it that you want to do?
Managed hosting can offer much greater value through increased cost efficiency.
• One of the major reasons to utilize dedicated hosting services is that your service provider should be able to offer twenty four hours a day support to your needs.
I will suggest to give both managed and unmanaged VPS and DEdicated servers but you always have to provide support to Shared/Reseller clients as they will not be having root access and for checking issues and installing new requirements or upgrade php version or any thing like that, you may need root level access and for that they may need support team for sure. For vps and dedicated servers, you can leave that to customers choice and their expertise.
Not really it just depends on your own expertise. If you don't understand web hosting or server management its always best to go for a managed solution as one day you can guarantee that you will need to make some custom configuration. Also security is paramount and you really don need to know what your doing
Necessary - some sort of management is necessary for every server...so it is up to the customer to choose which. If the server owner can manage/monitor server, no need to spend extra money for management. But if the server owner cannot do so, then always go for managed services.
If you have resources and money, you can go with managed hosting. It will always be a better product with a quality technical support that can help you in most case. However, if you are just planning to run a simple website, a blog or something small, it's not very cost-efficient and I would rather think of spending that money on something else, perhaps investing into the website itself.