Read more about what disk space really is in the hosting sector.
The term "disk space" is oftentimes called "disk quota" or "data storage", however all these terms refer to the same thing - the amount of info that you'll be able to upload to a shared hosting account. The overall size of everything you have is calculated by accumulating the storage space taken by the content within the account, the most apparent being the types of files you upload. Two other things are usually forgotten by a lot of users, though - e-mails and also databases. Larger attachments or databases of larger script-driven sites can sometimes need a lot of storage space too. To use a more common analogy, the hard disk space of your laptop or computer is consumed not just by files that you download, but additionally by docs you generate and software programs you install. In the same way, many things are counted towards the hard disk space that your info employs on a web site hosting server, in addition to the uploads.
Disk Space in Shared Hosting
We have created our shared hosting
with the concept that the disk storage will not be an issue for your websites. While many hosting companies create accounts using one server, and as a matter of fact, the most popular Control Panels are designed to operate solely on such a platform, we have taken a different strategy. We have clusters of servers that take care of every element of the website hosting service, which means that your files are stored on a single cluster, the emails on another one,the databases on a third one, etcetera. Using this cloud platform we accomplish a few things - the disk space is actually inexhaustible since we can easily add as many servers and hard disk drives to the clusters as needed, and we boost the effectiveness of every single machine since only one kind of system processes will run on it. This custom-made setup will allow you to extend your web sites as much as you'd like without having to worry about running out of hard disk storage.
Disk Space in VPS Servers
Our VPS servers
feature disk space allocations proportionate to the computing power that you receive with each package. Getting a greater package, for instance, it is more likely you'll host many different domains or just a single large website, that is why the hard disk space will increase as you upgrade your plan. If you select the Hepsia hosting Control Panel, all domains will share the space, while if you pick cPanel or DirectAdmin, you'll be able to generate separate website hosting accounts and preset a pre-defined amount of the full VPS space for each individual site. You can even share out disk storage from one domain to another when needed. If you purchase a given VPS package and then you need more space later on, you're able to update to a greater plan with just a couple of clicks in your billing area. The extra system resources will be added to your active plan with no server downtime or content migration.