Shared CPU

What is a Shared CPU ?

Unlike a dedicated CPU, In a share environment the CPU/core will be shared among the users (VPS) across (inside) the servers, that’s why if someone were using it at maximum, you’ll be suffered from being sluggish, or vice versa if you are using it “abusively”, other users might become a victim of feeling heavy or we may tarpit it before it impact others.

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Benefits & Advantages

Fast Process

One CPU can process the request quickly.

Maximization of resources

These CPU units maximize resource utilization.

Cost-effective

Using Shared CPU can be more cost-effective for running small, non-resource intensive applications better than for running standard, high-memory or high CPU intensive applications and tools.

Frequently Asked Questions

● Low traffic web servers

● Content Management Systems (CMS) 

● Blogs

● Small databases 

● Game server

● Container Clusters

● Microservices

In a share environment the CPU/core will be shared among the users (VPS) across (inside) the servers, that’s why if someone were using it at maximum, you’ll be suffered from being sluggish, or vice versa if you are using it “abusively”, other users might become a victim of feeling heavy or we may tarpit it before it impact others.

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