Disk Space in Cloud Hosting
In order to match the processing potential behind our cloud web hosting packages, we have taken into consideration and integrated the most effective alternative about the disk space - your hosting account is not created using one server, but on a cluster system. Because of this, what we've developed is a large group of servers that is dedicated to the file storage only, consequently you should never worry about not having enough hard disk space and having to switch to a different server because your current one can't accommodate more info. When more space is needed, we add more machines to our cluster, so that the storage space is virtually limitless. Of course, our cloud hosting were made to be employed for websites, not for an archive of large files. We also have separate machines for all of the databases and the emails.
Disk Space in Dedicated Servers
The lowest hard disk storage which you can get when you use our dedicated servers is 500 gigabytes. You will have two separate hard disk drives, 250 GB each, and it will be up to you just how you will allot this storage space. You can easily have the hard drives in RAID, so all of your information will be safe as one drive will be a real-time mirror of the second one, alternatively you're able to make them work individually, so as to use the total storing potential that'll be accessible. The hdd space of all of our dedicated servers is sufficient for everything - major online stores, data depository portal, individual archive copy, and many more. We will never keep back your web sites with regard to the space they require. In case that they start expanding, we give you the possibility to add more hard disks to your existing server if needed. When you obtain the server with DirectAdmin or cPanel for the hosting Control Panel, you can set up a unique account for every single hosted domain and set a specific hdd storage quota for it. When you use Hepsia all of the domain names will be hosted in a single and they'll share the whole server space.