The term "disk space" is oftentimes identified as "disk quota" or "data storage", yet all these terms mean the very same thing - the volume of info that you are able to upload to a shared web hosting account. The total size of the things you have is estimated by accumulating the space consumed by the overall content in the account, the most apparent being the data files you upload. Two more things are often overlooked by the majority of people, though - email messages and databases. Larger attachments or databases of large script-driven internet sites will often need a lot of disk space as well. In order to employ a more common analogy, the disk space of your computer system is taken not only by files that you download, but additionally by docs you generate as well as software programs you add. Similarly, a number of things are counted in the hard disk space your info employs on a web hosting server, in addition to the uploads.

Disk Space in Shared Web Hosting

In order to match the processing performance behind all our cloud web hosting packages, we've studied and applied the perfect solution for the disk space - your account is not generated on a single server, but using a cluster system. Therefore, what we have designed is an entire group of servers which is focused on the file storage only, so that you should never concern yourself with running out of HDD space and having to move to a different server since your present one can't accommodate more content. Whenever more space is needed, we just add more machines to the cluster, so that the disk space is virtually inexhaustible. Of course, all of our Linux shared web hosting packages are designed to be employed for websites, not for a database of large files. We have separate machines for your databases as well as the emails.