Disk Space in Web Hosting
In order to suit the processing potential behind all our cloud web hosting plans, we've taken into consideration and integrated the best possible alternative related to disk space - your account is not generated using just one server, but on a cluster system. Therefore, what we have made is a large cluster of servers which is dedicated to the file storing only, hence you should never worry about running out of hard drive space and having to migrate to an additional server because your current one is unable to accommodate more content. Whenever an additional space is necessary, all we have to do is add more machines to our cluster, so the disk space is virtually limitless. Needless to say, all of our Linux web hosting are intended to be employed for sites, not for a collection of large files. We have distinct machines for the databases and the emails.
Disk Space in Semi-dedicated Hosting
With all of our semi-dedicated server packages, the hard disk capacity characteristic is unlimited, so you are able to center on creating your sites the way you'd like them to be and never be concerned about hitting some restriction. Unlike the majority of hosting providers that set up your accounts on just a single server, we use an in-house built cloud platform, which enables us to provide truly unlimited hdd space for each and every account. With just a single machine, there's a restricted number of hard disks which can be used, not mentioning that the most popular hosting Control Panels weren't designed to function with numerous servers concurrently. Our system, on the other hand, features clusters of servers for the web site files, emails and databases, plus our in-house made Hepsia Control Panel was made to work with it. We'll install as many servers to each of the clusters as needed any time, so the disk space is virtually unlimited.
Disk Space in VPS Web Hosting
Our Linux VPS web hosting include a large volume of hdd storage to match your needs but not limit the growth of your sites. Of course, in order for you to operate just a single resource-consuming web site or several smaller ones, you'll require more power altogether, so the superior the VPS package, the more hdd storage you'll get. Shifting between our packages is a piece of cake and the further storage space will be added to your account without migrating any data or stopping/restarting the server, so when you reach the storage limit of your present plan, you'll be able to upgrade with a couple of clicks in your billing section. As we offer several web hosting Control Panels for our virtual private servers, you will have two options for the disk space control - by using Hepsia, all sites share the whole server storage space, while with cPanel and DirectAdmin you will be able to set up distinct accounts for the domains and create an allowance for every single account.
Disk Space in Dedicated Servers Hosting
With all the hdd storage that we supply with our Linux dedicated servers hosting, we warrant that you'll be able to run any type of site whatever its overall size. You'll get at least 500 GB storage, which you can use as you see fit - even for private file storage. As standard, you will have 2 separate hard drives, that can be employed independently, so as to make use of their entire storage space, or they can be connected in RAID and one will mirror the other in real time to warrant that you'll not waste precious information in the event of a hardware breakdown. We also give you the option to put extra hard disks to increase the total disk storage available even further. This will allow you to create a file or image storage portal without any problems if you'd like. Thanks to the DirectAdmin and cPanel hosting Control Panels that we offer, you'll be able to create a separate account for every single domain name that you host on your server and set a quota for the storage it will use. When you select the third solution, our in-house built Hepsia Control Panel, all your domain names will be operated in a single and they will share the entire server HDD space.