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Windows Dedicated Server


A Windows dedicated server is a type of server that makes use of Microsoft Windows technology. An individual, application, or organization entirely owns a dedicated server. It is not shared between any other customer, application, or organization. Many web-based businesses need Windows-based dedicated servers. Windows web applications and related software are becoming very cost-effective and are also upgraded regularly with advanced features. Although these web applications, scripts, and software are still expensive compared to Linux-based ones, Windows-based applications feature more advanced features. Hence, the users of these applications and software will always prefer Windows dedicated servers.


Apart from the businesses, plenty of web developers use the ASP.NET platform and the .NET application platform to develop software. These applications need Windows dedicated server. These applications are platforms to create large-scale web applications rapidly. The window dedicated server provides the necessary platforms consisting of the latest technical developments in processors, other hardware, and web applications, especially Windows-based, suited to effectively run these large-scale web applications.


The chief databases used by the Windows applications are the Microsoft Access and the Microsoft SQL Server database management system. As these are critically essential back-end tools, they require expert database administration skills for their management and maintenances.


A managed Windows dedicated server can provide a completely secure environment using select firewalls and unique configurations applied to these mission-critical applications. As these Windows-based web applications and software are constantly upgraded with new technology, the service providers must also be able to provide domain expertise in these fields to the customers.


Windows dedicated server providers can completely manage all the high-end requirements of Windows-based applications. These range from advanced processors, higher RAM, non-stop connectivity, added applications' security, and complete control to run these specific applications from their data centers. This is due to the availability of world-class infrastructure, cooling and redundant power systems, best data transmission facilities, and superior skills in management and technical support.



Managed and UnManaged Windows dedicated servers


The functionalities of both servers are the same. Differences lie in the server management and the level of support offered. With a fully managed Windows dedicated server, you get full support, including security audits, proactive updates, antivirus, antispam and firewall solutions. But in self-managed Windows servers, you are the system administrator, so you get complete control to manage software, applications, and operating system.


The top benefits of using Windows dedicated server are:


  • Proximity to the data center

  • Comparatively lower fees and foreign exchange savings

  • Outsourcing the server management to the service provider

  • Low-cost local skilled workforce utilization as the country produces high numbers of highly skilled web technicians.

  • High-quality world-class dedicated web services offered by local data centers. They include redundant power for full uptime, security, and top-quality infrastructure, to name just a few features of quality.

  • Improved performance: Dedicated servers can offer better performance for applications as they are not as stretched thin by multiple workloads being used by different organizations.

  • Customizability: Having a dedicated server allows for more customization, such as microsegmentation of a network or deploying specialized software. Shared hosting is more limited as not all organizations on the server may want or need the same customization.

  • Data security: There is a reduced chance of data breaches with dedicated hosting. If one organization is compromised on shared servers due to inefficient security infrastructure, that can put all other organizations hosted on that server at risk.

Windows Dedicated Server has come a long way in recent years and is now in high demand from local businesses worldwide, especially from the Asian, Middle East, European, and US businesses. Due to the skilled experts in management and technical fields available in ever-growing numbers and the cost-effective nature of the world, businesses are now turning to the top service providers for their web-related needs. This is especially true in the Windows dedicated server as it requires a very high level of skills – and ESDS now has ample resources to meet all these global needs and provide the best web services that can surpass all expectations.



Disadvantages of Windows Dedicated Server


The most disconcerting factor of the Dedicated Server Hosting is the cost, but alas, there are other disadvantages, such as The Web Hosting Provider charges hefty monthly fees as you're paying not just for the physical hosting, but also for the hardware on which the site resides.


While in the short run, this is cheaper than the large capital outlay required to get co-location up and running, over time, this model is much more expensive. There are a few disadvantages to a dedicated server hosting arrangement. The first is the hefty monthly charge that you will have to put in exchange for your freedom and exclusive hosting. And even if you manage this, you will need to have very good technical skills to be able to run the server and solve all the technical problems as they occur. This may prove to be very time-consuming sometimes. If you choose to hire somebody to do it for you, you will need to pay them, which means that you will also incur certain maintenance costs that you would not ordinarily incur with shared hosting.


  • The cost is generally much higher than shared hosting. The Web Hosting Provider charges hefty monthly fees as you're paying not just for the physical hosting but also for the hardware on which the site resides. While in the short run, this is cheaper than the large capital outlay required to get co-location up and running, over time, this model is more expensive.

  • The server is the property of the service provider, which means all you own is the data you put on the server. Unlike co-location, you cannot simply pick up your server and walk away if you're unhappy with the service.

  • Many providers do not allow IRC. This is due to rogue IRC users triggering DDoS attacks against the provider, which may overwhelm their networks, lowering service quality for all customers.

  • Website hosting dedicated server providers do not allow Adult content.

  • Spam is usually restricted by the Dedicated hosting server providers' acceptable use policy.