A virtual private server (VPS) is best suited for businesses and personal web projects that require extensive, stable system resources, such as memory (RAM), processing power, and storage space. These can include blogs, community servers and online stores.
Virtual servers usually offer good value for money compared to other server options, such as dedicated servers. This is because several customers share the same server hardware, practically renting a share of its computational power. Customers have their own virtual server infrastructure that is exclusively available to them.
Projects with fluctuating resource requirements are best served by a highly flexible cloud server, which can scale resources according to need in real time. On the other hand, dedicated servers are better suited to projects that need exclusive and undivided server resources.