Offshore hosting is the process of transferring your website, data, or application to a Datacenter located outside of your country of origin. There are numerous reasons to move your hosting abroad, including hosting copyrighted content, DMCA-compliant content, hacking websites, adult content, and warez hosting. There are servers that run/host websites, but they are located in different countries. Many people choose this method because it is far more difficult to shut down legally and contact.
Offshore hosting is frequently used to host or promote content that is illegal, prohibited, or prohibited in their home nations. For example, because poker and casino are illegal in India and other Asian countries, the only way to host these websites/content is to outsource hosting to an Asian customer.
Depending on the websites/web apps that you desire to host and your individual requirements, you must determine the appropriate offshore hosting package. The following list summarises the many types of offshore hosting packages.
Shared Hosting Offshore
Shared hosting is the most cost-effective and popular type of offshore hosting. This enables several users to publish their websites and have an online presence by utilising the shared resources of a physical server. MilesWeb shared hosting services have a robust control panel and a plethora of options.
Offshore Virtual Private Server Hosting
VPS hosting is a hybrid of shared and dedicated server hosting. With a VPS, a single physical server is partitioned into numerous virtual servers that each have guaranteed RAM and CPU.
For our customers, we have deployed hundreds of offshore Virtual Private Servers. MilesWeb’s offshore VPS packages are the best on the market since we have a thorough understanding of our customers’ requirements. Our offshore virtual private server is less expensive, faster, and more reliable than those offered by other offshore virtual private server suppliers.
Dedicated Server Hosting Offshore
Dedicated Hosting is an excellent choice for businesses with thousands of customers or those that run mission-critical applications. In comparison to shared or VPS hosting, this is a physical server that provides dedicated resources. Dedicated hosting gives the customer complete control over the server.