What does the term 'overselling' have to do with web hosting? Why locating a host that doesn't oversell is so important?
The term overselling means offering system resources to clients while lacking the ability to provide them. In simple words, an Internet hosting company could advertise a solution with unrestricted disk space when, in reality, the user's account will be created on a server with many different other accounts sharing the total space. To ensure that all customers have a share, providers often set hidden quotas for every single account and basically trick their customers about the resources they can get. The key reason to oversell is to get new customers despite the fact that providers fully understand that a web server can have only so many hard drives. Resellers regularly get packages with limited resources too, which means that they are unable to provide the unlimited plans they offer.
No Overselling in Cloud Hosting
Overselling isn't a thing we do and we have no reason to do this since our cutting-edge cloud platform allows us to provide all the characteristics that we offer as part of our cloud hosting packages. Each and every part of the service such as the file and database storage, email addresses, and so on, is handled by its separate cluster of servers, which gives us more flexibility and scalability when compared to all Internet hosting service providers which use Control Panels designed to perform on just a single machine. We use the in-house made Hepsia tool, that was created to work in the cloud and given that we can add extra hard disks or servers to every cluster that needs them at any time, we simply have no reason to oversell. If you subscribe for one of our plans, you will really get all resources that you have paid for.