Elastic Sites VS VPS

CloudLinux’s Lightweight Virtual Environment (LVE) technology creates a single environment for each user on the server. CloudLinux OS then uses cgroups to limit the amount RAM, CPU, IO, and processes available to each user.

LVEs can be used to guarantee that no user will use too much of the server’s resources and thus each user should have ample resources available to them. A customer in this environment does not have to upgrade to a VPS to get reliable service.

More resources, not VPSs.

  • Higher resource limits per account.​
  • VPS-level resources and security.
  • Isolated shared hosting environment.
  • Zero server management.​

Host your website as an Elastic Site. Conquer VPS.

Resources your website needs without the burden of VPS management.

Shared in Isolation

CloudLinux™ isolates each customer into a separate Lightweight Virtualized Environment (LVE), which allocates and limits server resources; like RAM, CPU, and connections; for that customer.​

VPS-grade Resources

An Elastic Site is easy to manage - just like a shared hosting site. The Elastic Site runs on a shared server powered by the CloudLinux OS and limits resources per account, giving more resources to users.

Fully Managed

You'll end up submitting fewer tickets asking for help with server management tasks, because there are none and will never have to worry about more complicated jobs, like server hardening or upgrades.

The Ideal Upgrade

If your site requires more resources than your current shared hosting plan offers, an Elastic Site is perfect for you and nothing really changes in terms of day-to-day tasks, you still interact with cPanel, that's it.


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