The term "disk space" is sometimes labeled as "disk quota" or "data storage", still all these terms refer to the very same thing - the amount of information that you can upload to a cloud hosting account. The total size of everything you have is determined by accumulating the storage space taken by all of the content within the account, the most apparent being the types of files you upload. Two more things can often be forgotten by various users, though - e-mail messages and also databases. Big attachments and databases of large script-driven websites can often use a lot of disk space as well. To employ a more familiar analogy, the disk space of your computer is taken not only by files that you download, but additionally by docs you make and software programs you add. Similarly, various things are counted towards the hdd space that your information takes on a web hosting server, in addition to the uploads.
Disk Space in Cloud Hosting
We have created our cloud hosting
with the idea that the hard disk storage will not be a problem for your web sites. While many website hosting providers produce accounts using one server, and in fact, the most popular Control Panels are intended to operate solely on this type of platform, we've used an alternative strategy. We have groups of servers that take care of every aspect of the website hosting service, so your files are stored on one cluster, the emails on another one,the databases on a third one, etc. On this cloud platform we accomplish a couple of things - the disk space is virtually infinite as we can easily connect as many servers and hard disk drives to the clusters as needed, and we raise the effectiveness of each machine due to the fact that just a single kind of system processes will run on it. This custom-built setup will enable you to enhance your sites as you see fit without worrying about running out of hard drive space.
Disk Space in Semi-dedicated Servers
Due to the fact that our semi-dedicated server
plans are very powerful, we've decided by no means to restrict the disk space characteristic when we have developed them. Our idea is that when you employ a powerful plan, it is likely that you've got a good amount of web information, therefore each semi-dedicated server package provides you with unrestricted hdd capacity, which will allow you to direct your attention to enhancing your sites and not be worried whether you'll match an allowance. Your hosting account will be created on a cloud web hosting system where the files, emails and databases have their individual groups of servers, hence not only will the machines function more efficiently for the reason that just a single type of system processes will work on them, but also you will not ever have to worry for the hdd storage as we're able to install as many servers or hard drives to each cluster as required.
Disk Space in Dedicated Servers
With all the hard disk storage space that we offer with all of our dedicated servers
, we guarantee that you will be able to operate any type of web site whatever its proportions. You'll receive a minimum of 500 GB storage space, that you're able to employ the way you see fit - even for personal file storage. By default, you'll be given 2 hard disks, which can be used on their own, in order to make use of their overall storage space, or they can be used in RAID and one will mirror the other in real time to warrant that you'll not waste valuable data in case of a hardware failure. You'll also be given the option to include more hard disks and upgrade the overall disk storage available even further. This allows you to create a file or image depository portal without a problem if you'd like. With the cPanel and DirectAdmin hosting Control Panels that we provide, you're able to create an independent account for every single domain name that you host on your server and set an allowance for the storage it will be allowed to use. When you go for the 3rd option, our tailor-made Hepsia Control Panel, all of your domain names will be operated in a single and they will share the total server hard disk storage.