The disk space feature displays the total volume of information that you'll be able to have on a cloud hosting server at any given time. With a home PC, for example, this would be the total size of your hdd or the full size of all of the hard disk drives in case that the computer has more than a single one. The same way that the space on a PC is shared between installed computer software, documents, music files etcetera, the server disk space is ordinarily shared between internet site files, databases and e-mail messages. Every file, folder or email takes a little disk space on the server, so you should think about numerous factors, not only the size of the files you upload. For instance, getting large e-mail attachments or using a script-driven site in which the user-generated info is saved in a database may also affect the space you are using.

Disk Space in Cloud Hosting

All of our cloud hosting plans were created with the concept that shortage of hard disk space shouldn't be something that should stop the development of your sites. Because of this we have used an approach which is distinct from the one that most hosting providers apply - instead of generating all of the accounts on a single server and eventually not having enough hard disk space, we use a cloud hosting platform in which the storage is taken care of by a large group of servers. Thus, we are able to add more machines when they are necessary and more HDDs, so as to offer you extra disk space for all of the files of our clients. Separate clusters take care of your emails as well as the databases, thus not only will you be able to develop your web sites not worrying about space, but also all of the servers will perform better and faster owing to the fact that every service does have its space for storage and a single server does not handle different types of files.

Disk Space in Semi-dedicated Servers

When you obtain a semi-dedicated server package from our firm, you don't have to concern yourself with the disk space that you'll be able to use due to the simple reason that the feature is limitless. In contrast to numerous other website hosting suppliers who promise an identical service, yet set up accounts using just a single machine where quite a limited number of hard disks can be connected, we take advantage of an innovative cloud platform which uses groups of servers. All of your files will be kept on a single cluster, your e-mails on another, your databases on a third one etc. This type of platform gives you 2 major advantages - first, the disk space will never finish as we're able to attach extra servers to each cluster that requires them, and second, the servers will operate much more effectively as they'll control only one type of processes. A semi-dedicated server package will give you the convenience to improve your sites as much as you'd like.

Disk Space in Dedicated Servers

With the disk storage that we offer with all our dedicated web hosting plans, we warrant that you'll be able to operate any kind of web site regardless of its volume. You'll receive at least 500 GB storage space, which you're able to use the way you see fit - even for personal file storage. As standard, you will get 2 hard disks, which can be employed independent of each other, to use their total storage capacity, or they can be connected in RAID and one will be a duplicate the other in real time to guarantee that you will not waste precious info in case of a hardware failure. We also give you the opportunity to include additional hard disks to increase the full disk space available even more. This will allow you to create a file or image storage portal without a problem if you would like. Thanks to the DirectAdmin and cPanel hosting Control Panels that we provide, you are able to create an independent account for each and every website that you host on your server and pre-set a quota for the space it will use. When you get the third alternative, our custom-built Hepsia Control Panel, all your domain names will be managed in one place and they'll share the full server hard disk space.