You could have a dedicated server standing around a disk of 100 GB, but only using 2.5% CPU capacity. Not only it is extremely inefficient, but as the internet grew by the day, having a dedicated server for each client is a massive task for the teams. Then VPS configuration was born.
Imagine you have five dedicated servers in the same situation as above, each using 5% of the capacity of a processor and 100 GB of disk space. With VPS configuration, you can take all five systems and put them in virtual environments on a single server hosting. This server will use 25% of the capacity of a processor and 500 GB of disk space. The processor would be "burstable". That is to say that when all virtual servers are struggling to obtain the CPU, you can actually feel like the dedicated processor is the only best option. However, when CPU cycles are free to be used by your VPS, you'll feel the difference. The end result is usually much faster than the dedicated processor.
The INPUT/OUTPUT (I/O) are also burstable. I/O are usually slow which remains the most critical issue in a VPS configuration solution. But in a case like this, you will not have a dedicated disk all by yourself, but a slice of disk raid1 larger capacity with a better response rate than the low cost dedicated server. The redundancy of the storage is also important. The majority of VPS hosting have raid storage. It is not only good for data security and performance but also beneficial for the speed to put in place following a failure of one disk.
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