What's disk space? What is its place as part of the Internet hosting world?
The term "disk space" is sometimes identified as "disk quota" or "data storage", yet all these words refer to the very same thing - the amount of information that you are able to upload to a cloud hosting account. The overall size of what you have is calculated by accumulating the space used by the entire content within the account, the most obvious being the types of files that you upload. Two other things are generally overlooked by the majority of people, though - e-mail messages as well as databases. Sizable attachments or databases of larger script-driven internet sites can sometimes require a lot of disk space as well. In order to employ a more common analogy, the hdd space of your home computer is taken not only by files that you download, but also by docs you make together with software programs you add. In a similar way, many things are counted in the hdd space that your content takes on a website hosting server, not only the uploads.
Disk Space in Cloud Hosting
In order to suit the processing effectiveness behind all our cloud website hosting packages, we have studied and integrated the very best option about the disk space - your account is not made on a single server, but on a cluster system. Because of this, what we have assembled is a whole collection of servers that is centered on the file storing only, so you should never concern yourself with running out of hard disk space and having to switch to some additional server as your present one can't accommodate more information. When an additional space is necessary, all we need to do is add more machines to our cluster, so the hard drive space is unlimited. Needless to say, all our cloud hosting plans
are designed to be employed for web sites, not for a collection of large files. We also have distinct machines for the databases and the emails.