Can you get a VPS for free? What VPS can do?

upadhyayjyoti

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A VPS can be amazing if you know its use cases. Here are some:
  1. Host your high-traffic website
  2. Create websites for others and host them
  3. Create a gaming server
  4. Develop and test code
  5. Encrypt your wireless connection by hosting a VPN
  6. Setting Up A Mail Server
  7. External Backup Server
  8. Use VPS as an RDP Server.

Companies do offer shared servers and hosting for free as a marketing strategy, but you're better off with a premium VPS if you're serious about your work and need high and dedicated resources, and investing money on a dedicated server is not feasible option.

Add your thoughts to this and recommendations if you have any.
 

artemsereda

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In principle, I agree that such a VPS is cool. But I'm not sure that you will find a free service that provides all these services at a good level. With good technical support and so on. There is an option, a paid package, but with a free trial period.
 

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Hello Upadhyayjyoti,

You are right; VPS is the best option for you if you are aware of the use cases of this infrastructure. But you need to have the good technical knowledge to take good advantage of this one.VPS is the perfect option for you if you have websites with high traffic. It comes with dedicated resources and all possible flexibilities in your server that you can perform in a dedicated physical server.

Here, You don't need to pay as high as a dedicated server, but the benefits you get here are nearly the physical dedicated server level.

Yes, There are some hosting providers available in the market who serve free VPS services. But in this case, You need to remember that, As is commonly said, there is no such thing as free lunch, and the freest VPS hosting administrations, in all actuality, do accompany a few extra expenses, Bandwidth, and storage capacity limits. Nevertheless, a free VPS hosting provider can effectively get everything rolling if you cautiously read the agreement's fine print. On the other hand, if you figure your site will keep developing or have high traffic degrees, it may be wiser to settle on a paid VPS plan.
 
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