Disk Space in Cloud Hosting
To suit the processing effectiveness behind our cloud website hosting packages, we've considered and implemented the perfect alternative related to disk space - your hosting account will not be generated using one server, but using a cluster platform. Consequently, what we have designed is a large cluster of servers that is dedicated to the file storing only, so you should never be worried about running out of space and having to migrate to another server since your present one can't accommodate more info. Whenever extra space is required, all we need to do is attach extra machines to the cluster, so that the storage space is practically limitless. Needless to say, our cloud packages are intended to be used for web sites, not for a database of big files. We also have individual machines for the databases as well as the emails.
Disk Space in Semi-dedicated Hosting
With our semi-dedicated server packages, the hard disk space feature is not limited, so you'll be able to center on building your web sites the way they should be and not be concerned about getting to some restriction. Unlike lots of hosting suppliers that generate accounts on a single server, we take advantage of a custom-built cloud platform, which allows us to supply truly limitless hdd storage for every single account. With just a single machine, there are only so many hard disk drives that can be used, not mentioning that most of the hosting Control Panels are simply not meant to work with several servers concurrently. Our system, in contrast, includes clusters of servers for the website databases, files and emails, plus our custom-built Hepsia Control Panel was made to work with it. We can attach as many servers to each of the clusters as needed at any given time, so the hard disk space is practically inexhaustible.
Disk Space in VPS
All of our VPS offer you a great volume of hard disk storage to meet all your requirements but not restrict the growth of your sites. Of course, in order to run a single resource-demanding web site or a couple of smaller-sized web sites, you will need extra power as a whole, so the higher the VPS package, the more hdd space you will get. Shifting between the different packages is super easy and the additional space will be added to your account without transferring any data or stopping/restarting the server, so if you reach the storage restriction of your present package, you are able to upgrade with a couple of clicks from your billing section. As we offer several website hosting Control Panels with our virtual private servers, you have two options for your disk space control - by using Hepsia, all the websites share the whole server storage space, while when you use DirectAdmin and cPanel you are able to create separate accounts for your domains and set up a quota for every single account.
Disk Space in Dedicated Hosting
With all the hdd storage that we supply with all our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages, we warrant that you will be able to run every site whatever its capacity. You'll receive no less than 500 GB storage space, which you can take advantage of the way you see fit - even for private file storage. As standard, you'll have two separate HDDs, that can be employed independently, to take advantage of their entire storage capacity, or they can be connected in RAID so that one will mirror the other in real time to warrant that you will not lose valuable information in case of a hardware malfunction. You're also given the opportunity to add more disks to increase the entire disk storage you can use even more. This will allow you to build a file or image depository portal without a problem if you would like. When using the DirectAdmin and cPanel hosting Control Panels that we provide, you can make a separate account for each and every website that you host on the server and pre-set an allowance for the storage space it can use. When you pick the third solution, our in-house made Hepsia Control Panel, all the domain names will be operated in one place and they'll share the full server disk space.