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 data that you can upload to a shared hosting account. The total size of what you have is determined by accumulating the space consumed by the entire content in your account, the most obvious being the files that you upload. Two more things are frequently ignored by the majority of end users, though - e-mail messages and also databases. Big attachments and databases of large script-driven sites can often require a lot of storage space too. In order to employ a more recognizable analogy, the hdd space of your laptop or computer is taken not only by files that you download, but also by documents you make plus programs you add. Likewise, a number of things are counted for the hard disk space your content uses on a web site hosting server, in addition to the uploads.

Disk Space in Shared Hosting

All of our shared hosting packages were created with the notion that not enough storage space can't be a thing that will limit the progress of your web sites. That's why we've applied an approach which is not the same as the one that most hosting companies use - instead of just making countless accounts on one server and eventually running out of hard disk space, we employ a cloud hosting platform where the storage is taken care of by a whole collection of servers. As a result, we can always connect more machines in case they are required and more HDDs, to provide you with extra disk space for the files of our valued customers. Separate clusters control your e-mail messages as well as the databases, therefore not only are you able to enhance your websites not worrying about hard drive space, but also all the servers will operate faster and better owing to the fact that each and every service features its own space for storing and a single server does not handle various types of files.