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Your website can be fast because there is no coincidence that another user is using the resource. But there are no guarantees for performance, since all resource servers are used by hundreds of users. While on a VPS, VPS account resource (CPU, RAM, and Space) limit in precision. A VPS is not going to be able to spend the entire physical server resource. Thus the use of the resource can be guaranteed in accordance with what you pay. To find out the actual resource is required, you can ask our engineers to perform an upgrade while monitoring the use of resource.
If indeed it turns out that the application/website you need a CPU and RAM that is large enough, you can do the optimization of Your website/application against the following: Scripting Optimization, Scripting is not optimal often make your website be accessible due to sluggish requires extra CPU and RAM resources, optimization of Database Query Queries – queries that do not lead to optimal usage of CPU usage and surged into IO storage becomes high. Optimize database queries and do benchmarking on any changes you made. Optimization of the CMS, if you are using a CMS like Joomla or WordPress, make sure you do not install the plugin/module that is wasteful of resources. In addition, the use of the plugin/module that can also cause excessive CPU usage and RAM.