When surfing to buy a web host, the first thing that catches your eye on some sites is the cPanel VPS. But what exactly is a cPanel host? cPanel is not a host, but like other control panels, it is only a web application that is installed on Linux servers, especially the CentOS distribution, and gives you WHM and cPanel access. In other words, based on the Linux operating system, a variety of control panels (like DirectAdmin, Webmin, etc) can be installed, which one of them is WHM/cPanel. The cPanel shared hosting services will give you just the cPanel user-end but the cPanel VPS comes with all root privileges and WHM(admin-end) too.
If you’re running your own website, such as a blog, eCommerce store, or any other kind of internet business – and you’re thinking about upgrading your web hosting services to a cloud VPS, you may be wondering if it’s really worth it.
First of all, let’s get this out of the way. These are the best cheap managed VPS hosting providers. Not cheap VPS providers. There is no Managed VPS hosting cheaper than $10/mo. If you are looking for cheap unmanaged VPS hosting, then get a VPS from Vultr. Don’t expect any proactive support or help from unmanaged providers. If you want to use the Vultr/DigitalOcean/AWS/Google infrastructure, but still need a 24/7 support team, go with Cloudways. They offer managed VPS plans using the Vultr/DO/AWS/Google infrastructure.