The disk space feature shows the full volume of data that you'll be able to have on a cloud hosting server at any given time. With a personal computer, for example, this is the total size of one hard drive or the total capacity of all hard disk drives in the event that your computer has more than 1. The same way that your space on a home machine is shared between installed programs, docs, your music and the like, the server disk space is ordinarily divided between internet site files, databases and email messages. Every single file, folder or email message requires a little disk space on the server, so you should think about a variety of factors, not only the size of the files you upload. To give an example, receiving sizable e-mail attachments or running a script-driven website where the user-generated content material is kept in a database also affects the space you use.

Disk Space in Cloud Hosting

In order to match the processing power behind all of our cloud web hosting plans, we have taken into consideration and integrated the perfect option regarding the disk space - your account is not generated using just one server, but using a cluster system. Therefore, what we've assembled is an entire collection of servers which is focused on the file storing only, so you should never worry about running out of space and having to move to an alternative server because your existing one is unable to accommodate more content. In case an additional space is needed, all we need to do is add more machines to our cluster, so that the hard drive space is inexhaustible. Still, all our cloud hosting are designed to be used for web sites, not for a repository of big files. We also have individual machines for all the databases and the e-mails.