Upgrade your hosting from DreamHost
Outgrown your current DreamHost plan?
Is your DreamHost site running slowly, or you feel like things are running less reliably than you'd like?
As a very rough rule of thumb, if less than 5,000 unique visitors come to your site each month, you should look at upgrading your shared hosting plan.
If your site gets more visitors than this each month, you need to look at moving to a Virtual Private Server (VPS) or your own Dedicated server.
There's one exception to this rule: if you rely on WordPress, try one of DreamHost's WordPress plans, rather than installaing WordPress yourself on a shared hosting plan. If you've tried that already, though, it's definitely time for a VPS or Dedicated server.
|Shared Plans||WordPress||Cloud||VPS||Unmanaged Dedicated||Managed Dedicated||Recommended?|
|InMotion Hosting and DreamHost||Yes|
|Namecheap and DreamHost||Yes|
|JustHost and DreamHost||Yes|
|iPage and DreamHost||Yes|
|GoDaddy and DreamHost||Yes|
|FatCow and DreamHost||No|
|A2 Hosting and DreamHost||No|
|Heart Internet and DreamHost||No|
|HostGator and DreamHost||No|
|Bluehost and DreamHost||No|
|A Small Orange and DreamHost||No|