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The capacity of cloud hosting to provide redundancy and fault tolerance is one of its important characteristics. If one physical server fails in a clustered environment, the workload can be immediately transferred to other available servers within the cluster, reducing downtime and ensuring that your website or application stays operational. Usually, load balancing and automatic failover procedures are used to accomplish this.
yes, but if you know what you are doing within cPanel you can achieve the same using the clustering tool https://docs.cpanel.net/whm/clusters/configuration-cluster/ as long as you have more than 1 server.
VPS Hosting:
VPS hosting is specially designed for those who want more control over their website and have the technical skills to set up a customized environment. Also, if you've outgrown your shared server and you're running out of resources, you can definitely opt for VPS hosting.

Cloud Hosting:
Cloud hosting is similar to a VPS hosting environment. The only difference is that instead of having a single server dedicated only to your site (as with a VPS), the resources are distributed among a bunch of different physical machines.

In fact, the choice is entirely in your hands.
What type of scalability potential is there? For example, if you start with a shared server plan, are you able to expand your space later or even switch to a dedicated server environment? Or does the provider specialize in one environment?
VPS (Virtual Private Server) is like having a section of an apartment for your website. It's cheaper than a dedicated server but you share some resources with neighbors.

Cloud hosting is more flexible, like renting computing power by the hour from a giant data center. It scales easily but can be more expensive than a VPS if you need a lot of resources all the time.

Choose VPS for a predictable workload and cloud hosting for scalability.

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