Find out more on what ‘CPU share’ indicates when talking regarding virtual servers.
CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is that element of a PC or a web server which carries out all of the calculations. Every CPU functions at a specific speed and the larger it is, the quicker everything will be processed, so when you host resource-demanding web programs on a server, for example, a powerful processor shall allow them to be carried out quicker, which will considerably contribute to the whole user experience. The current generations of CPUs have two and more cores, each working at a specific speed to ensure a better and swifter performance. This kind of architecture makes it possible for the processor to control numerous processes simultaneously or a number of cores to manage a single process if it requires more computing power to be performed. Naturally, additional factors such as the amount of RAM or the connection which a specific web server uses could also affect the efficiency of the sites hosted on it.
CPU Share in Dedicated Servers
Our dedicated server solutions come with a range of hardware configurations, therefore, based on what you need the server for and on your budget, you can find the right one for you. Apart from the different RAM and disk space allocations, every single package comes with different CPU shares as well. The CPUs which we make available have 2-12 cores, so you can select the package that'll satisfy your requirements best. With the most powerful package, every program which you run on the web server will run incredibly quick regardless of what resources it needs and irrespective of how many people are using it simultaneously, but even the lower-end package deals are sufficient for most sorts of Internet sites. The functionality of the CPUs is examined alongside all the other hardware elements, as a way to make sure that the web server which we will hand over to you will work faultlessly and at optimum capacity at all times.