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Get 65% off Scala Hosting's VPS packages this Cyber Monday

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Competing with the best web hosting services and ranked among the best cloud hosting services currently available, Scala Hosting offers high-quality cloud hosting at competitive prices. 

Its VPS cloud solutions are among the best VPS hosting available, across both managed and unmanaged hosting options, and all servers are equipped with access to its native SPanel and SShield Cybersecurity tools.

For the entirety of November, Scala Hosting is offering 65% off all of its VPS plans (both managed and unmanaged), for new customers subscribing to a 36-month billing cycle, with the code TechBFCM2021. Managed VPS hosting plans are available through Scala Hosting, AWS, and DigitalOcean, and all include a free SSL certificate.

Make sure you also check out our list of the best Black Friday web hosting deals here.

More details on this exclusive Scala Hosting deal:

DEAL: Get 65% off VPS with Scala Hosting (TechBFCM2021)

DEAL: Get 65% off VPS with Scala Hosting (TechBFCM2021)

Until 30th November, Scala Hosting is offering 65% off both managed and unmanaged cloud VPS hosting (with the code TechBFCM2021). The offer is available to new customers subscribing to a 36-month billing cycle, and Scala’s managed plans include free SSL certificates, unmetered bandwidth, up to 320GB SSD storage, and much more. Unmanaged plans allow you to build the VPS hosting you need with complete flexibility.

Scala Hosting’s own plans range from Start (with one CPU core, 2GB RAM, and 50GB SSD storage) through to Enterprise (with eight CPU cores, 16GB RAM, and 320GB SSD storage). All of Scala Hosting’s managed VPS plans feature unmetered bandwidth, while the Amazon and DigitalOcean plans offer varying levels of CPUs, RAM, and SSD storage alongside bandwidth limits of up to 6TB.

On the unmanaged side, you are able to build your own VPS hosting platform with a high degree of configuration and flexibility, so you can add more resources (whether they be CPU cores, RAM, or SSD storage) as and when you require them.

What is web hosting?


Web hosting sees a dedicated hosting provider give you access to its servers on a subscription basis. Each server contains the storage space and bandwidth needed to host one or multiple websites. 

It would be too expensive and inefficient for every business or individual to host their own servers. As a result, web hosts have massive data centers situated around the globe, and allow access to these resources for a fee.

Different types of hosting are available at different prices and for different needs. Shared hosting is most cost-efficient, with resources shared on one server between multiple sites. At the other end of the scale, expensive dedicated hosting provides dedicated servers for large websites. 

Many providers also offer competitively-priced cloud hosting, managed hosting, and virtual private server (VPS) hosting.

The next steps in your web hosting journey

Make sure to read our top tips for choosing a web hosting provider before you start looking, as knowing what you need ahead of time will save you time and money in the long run.

It's then best to take a look at the top providers for the hosting you'll need. We've got guides that cover the best web hosting, the best cheap web hosting, and the best unlimited hosting available across the board. We don't recommend it, but if you're unable to spend, we compiled the best free web hosting providers too.

For specific hosting types, we've got guides to the best WordPress hosting and the best cloud hosting: we also looked at the best European hosting, should your site be aiming at European customers. 

Will Roszczyk

Will is B2B editor for ecommerce, focused primarily on website builders, web hosting, and cloud storage across Tom's Guide and IT Pro Portal. He has 11 years of experience across B2B online content and magazine production, having previously been a sub editor, associate editor, and deputy editor at a global B2B publication, and editor of a B2B membership journal.