The differences between a linux cloud hosting service and a common hosting plan is how the service is offered to the customer and the quality of the service.
In a common hosting plan, all customers are allocated on a single server, sharing all resources among themselves.
As a result, if a user account uses too many server resources, this can impact the performance of other accounts, thereby causing slow access.
In a Cloud Linux hosting plan, each customer has their own separate and exclusive hardware resources.
If a customer hires a plan with 2 GHz CPU and 2 GB of RAM he will be able to use his resources to the maximum without conflicting with the others.
So wait! Wouldn’t it be more advantageous to hire a common hosting than another with pre-defined resources?
No, because the lack of balance can generally lead to server slowness or failure in major events or access spikes, usually caused by overselling (selling too many plans than the server can handle) or poor server quality.