The term "disk space" is sometimes identified as "disk quota" or "data storage", yet all these words refer to the exact same thing - the volume of information that you'll be able to upload to a web hosting account. The full size of everything you have is calculated by accumulating the space consumed by all of the content in your account, the most obvious being the files you upload. Two more things are generally disregarded by many end users, though - e-mail messages along with databases. Larger attachments and databases of larger script-driven internet sites can sometimes need a lot of storage space too. In order to employ a more familiar analogy, the hard drive space of your home computer is consumed not only by files that you download, but also by docs you write and software programs you install. Likewise, many things are counted in the disk space your content takes on a web site hosting server, not just the uploads.

Disk Space in Web Hosting

Our web hosting plans were developed with the idea that not enough storage space shouldn't be a thing that should prevent the development of your websites. That's the reason why we have taken an approach which is more advanced than the one that most web hosting providers use - instead of creating a number of accounts using a singlle server and subsequently not having enough hard disk space, we work with a cloud hosting platform in which the storage is taken care of by an entire collection of servers. That's why, we are able to attach more machines whenever they're needed or more HDDs, so as to provide you with extra disk space for all of the files of our customers. Separate clusters take care of your e-mails as well as your databases, as a result not only are you able to enhance your websites without worrying about hdd space, but also all of the servers will function better and faster considering the fact that each and every service has its own space and one server doesn't handle various kinds of files.