The disk space feature shows the total volume of information that you could have on a cloud hosting server at a time. With a home PC, for instance, this is the total size of your hdd or the overall size of all the hard drives in case that the PC has more than just a single one. The same way that the space on a home machine is shared between installed software, docs, your music and so forth, the server disk space is divided between website files, databases and emails. Every file, folder or e-mail will take a little disk space on the server, so you should think about quite a few factors, not only the size of the files that you will upload. To give an example, getting sizable email attachments or using a script-driven website in which the user-generated information is kept in a database also affects the hdd space you're using.

Disk Space in Cloud Hosting

All our cloud hosting plans were developed with the notion that not enough hard disk space should not be something that will obstruct the growth of your websites. That is why we have taken a technique which is distinct from the one that most hosting suppliers apply - instead of just making a number of accounts using a singlle server and subsequently running out of hard disk space, we work with a cloud hosting platform in which the storage is handled by a whole collection of servers. As a result, we are able to install more machines if they are required and more hard disk drives, to be able to provide more disk space for the files of our clients. Individual clusters take care of your email messages as well as your databases, thus not only is it possible to develop your web sites not worrying about hard disk space, but also all the servers will operate better and faster owing to the fact that each service features its own space for storage and a single server doesn't handle different kinds of files.

Disk Space in VPS Web Hosting

All of our virtual private servers feature disk space allocations proportionate to the computing power you will get with every plan. Employing a higher plan, for example, it is more likely you'll host many different domain names or just a single big web site, so your hdd space grows as you upgrade the plan. When you choose our Hepsia hosting Control Panel, all of the domain names will share the storage, while if you use cPanel or DirectAdmin, you will be able to generate individual hosting accounts and allocate a fixed volume of the overall VPS storage for every specific domain name. You can even share out hard disk storage from one domain to another when required. If you order a given VPS package and you want more space at some point, you're able to update to a higher-end plan with no more than a few clicks in your billing section. The additional resources will be added to your current plan without any server downtime or content migration.

Disk Space in Dedicated Servers Hosting

Our dedicated servers hosting come with multiple HDDs so as to match the computing power that you will get, so that you will never have to worry for not having enough hdd space. The hard drives can operate in RAID, which means that one drive can function as a mirror of another drive so as to ensure that all your info will always be protected, or it can be used on its own for even bigger overall storage capability. Hundreds of gigabytes of disk storage space will be available all of the time, which means that you will be able to operate large websites, upload huge files and even keep a copy of your individual archive. As a dedicated server is the most powerful form of hosting, you can upload/download files with ultra fast speeds. If necessary, we also provide you with the option to add more HDDs and employ even additional storage for your data. We supply three hosting Control Panels with the dedicated servers - using Hepsia, all of your domains will share the full server space and will be managed in one place, whereas with cPanel and DirectAdmin you will have the option to create individual website hosting accounts with pre-defined disk space allocations for every single domain hosted on your server.