The disk space function displays the overall volume of information that you are able to have on the cloud hosting server at any given time. With a desktop computer, for example, this would be the size of your hard disk drive or the full capacity of all hard disks in the event that your computer has more than just a single one. The same way that the space on a personal computer is divided between installed computer software, docs, music files and so on, the server disk space is ordinarily shared between internet site files, databases and e-mail messages. Each file, folder and email will take a little disk space on your server, and that means you should take into consideration plenty of factors, not just the size of the files that you upload. For instance, receiving larger email attachments or running a script-driven internet site in which the user-generated information is kept in a database will also affect the hdd space you're using.

Disk Space in Cloud Hosting

We have designed our Linux cloud packages with the concept that the disk space won't be a setback for your web sites. While many web hosting companies create accounts using a single server, and as a matter of fact, the most famous Control Panels are made to function solely on such a platform, we have used an alternative strategy. We have groups of servers that manage every part of the website hosting service, which means that your files are stored on a single cluster, your email on another,your databases on a third one, etcetera. On this cloud platform we achieve a couple of things - the storage space is virtually infinite due to the fact that we're able attach as many servers and hard drives to the clusters as needed, and we increase the performance of each and every machine due to the fact that just one type of system processes will operate on it. This custom setup will allow you to enlarge your sites as you see fit without worrying about not having enough hdd storage.