The disk space function shows the overall amount of data that you're able to have on a cloud hosting server at a time. With a desktop computer, for instance, this is the overall size of your hard disk drive or the total capacity of all of the hard drives in case that your computer has more than one. Exactly as the space on a personal computer is divided between installed programs, documents, music files and so forth, the server disk space is normally divided between site files, databases and email messages. Every file, folder and email uses some disk space on the server, therefore you should take into consideration multiple factors, not just the size of the files that you upload. To give an example, having sizeable e-mail attachments or running a script-driven site in which the user-generated content material is saved in a database also affects the space you are using.

Disk Space in Cloud Hosting

In order to match the processing effectiveness behind our cloud website hosting plans, we've taken into consideration and applied the very best option about the disk space - your hosting account will not be made using a single server, but using a cluster platform. Due to this fact, what we've built is an entire collection of servers which is centered on the file storing only, therefore you should never worry about running out of space and having to migrate to another server because your existing one cannot accommodate more information. In the event that extra space is needed, we add more machines to our cluster, so the disk space is virtually inexhaustible. Still, all of our cloud hosting plans are meant to be employed for web sites, not for a repository of large files. We have different machines for the databases as well as the e-mail messages.