The disk space feature displays the full capacity of data that you could have on your cloud hosting server at a time. With a desktop computer, for example, this would be the size of one hdd or the total capacity of all hard disks in the event that the PC has more than 1. The same way that your space on a personal computer is divided between installed software programs, documents, your music etcetera, the server storage space is typically shared between site files, databases and email messages. Every single file, folder and e-mail will take some space on your server, therefore you should take into consideration a number of factors, not just the size of the files you upload. For instance, having large e-mail attachments or using a script-driven site where the user-generated data is saved in a database also affects the space you use.

Disk Space in Cloud Hosting

To match the processing performance behind our cloud website hosting packages, we've considered and implemented the best possible solution about the disk space - your account is not generated on a single server, but on a cluster platform. Consequently, what we have created is a large group of servers which is dedicated to the file storage only, so that you should never worry about not having enough hard drive space and having to move to some additional server because your present one cannot accommodate more information. If more space is necessary, all we need to do is attach more machines to the cluster, so the storage space is virtually inexhaustible. Still, all of our cloud hosting are intended to be used for web sites, not for a database of big files. We also have separate machines for all the databases as well as the email messages.