SiteGround is a popular hosting provider for Drupal, WordPress or any PHP powered website.
They offer a wide variety of hosting packages, from shared, managed, and cloud hosting.
However, in this video we focus on their shared hosting product.
They offer three plans; StartUp, GrowBig and GoGeek. The StartUp plan only allows for a single website so we recommend that you go for the GrowBig or GoGeek as they offer more functionality and allow you to host unlimited websites.
All plans offer free SSL (using Let’s Encrypt) and “Out-of-the-box Caching”, where they use NGINX to cache static assets such as images and files. They also offer Memcached, which can help with speeding up your Drupal site.
The GoGeek plan allows you to host and deploy your Drupal site using Git, which could be helpful if you use Git to manage your Drupal site.
In this video, you’ll learn how to install Drupal using the GoGeek plan on SiteGround.