A shared hosting environment is where hundreds of website accounts are hosted on a single server that shares server resources equally. However, the server administrator has limited control over the use of server resources from individual site accounts. If a Web site account uses an uneven amount of resources (for example, because of DDoS attacks, bad written text, increased traffic, etc.), the server becomes slow or drops completely. , Affecting all other clients of the server. In traditional hosting, we can not end using RAM, CPU and other resources to calculate a particular site. Finding problematic websites is a time-consuming task, and sometimes resolving these issues may require you to suspend the accounts of your website that create problems. All this can lead to a few unsatisfied customers who can negatively impact your business.