Disk Space in Shared Hosting
With our shared hosting packages, you will never worry about hard drive storage. While most companies set up accounts using just a single server and eventually all the server disk storage is being used, we have used a cloud web hosting platform in which the files, emails and the databases are handled by separate clusters of servers. Thus, each machine functions better as just one kind of processes is functioning on it, and the hdd storage is virtually infinite considering that we can always add additional servers or hard drives to the cluster, depending on whether we need additional processing power or perhaps more space. You won't ever be in a scenario where you are not able to upload more files since there is no available hard disk space on your server, that is something you can encounter with various other suppliers. When you use our hosting services, you can be sure that restricted space won't be an issue for the growth of your web sites.
Disk Space in Semi-dedicated Hosting
With all our semi-dedicated server plans, the hdd space feature is unrestricted, so you will be able to direct your attention to creating your web sites the way you'd like them to be and not worry about reaching a restriction. Unlike lots of hosting providers that create your accounts on one server, we use a tailor-made cloud platform, that enables us to offer truly limitless disk storage for each and every account. With a single machine, there're only so many hard drives which you can use, not mentioning that most of the hosting Control Panels are simply not made to work with a large number of servers simultaneously. Our platform, however, employs clusters of servers for the website emails, databases and files, and our custom-built Hepsia Control Panel was created to work with it. We'll attach as many servers to each of the clusters as required at any given time, so that the hard disk space is virtually limitless.
Disk Space in VPS
Our virtual private servers come with disk space allocations proportional to the processing power that you get with every package. With a higher plan, for instance, it is more likely that you will host a number of domains or just a single large site, hence your hdd storage grows as you upgrade your package. If you select our Hepsia hosting Control Panel, all of the domain names will share the storage, while if you choose cPanel or DirectAdmin, you're able to create separate web hosting accounts and allocate a limited amount of the whole VPS storage space for each individual domain name. You will even be able to allot hard disk space from one domain to another if required. When you obtain a given VPS plan and you require extra storage afterwards, you'll be able to upgrade to a better plan with no more than a couple of mouse-clicks from your billing area. The extra system resources will be included in your present plan without any downtime or content migration.
Disk Space in Dedicated Hosting
The lowest hard disk space that you can get when you use our dedicated servers is 500 gigabytes. You'll have 2 separate hard disks, 250 GB each, and it is up to you the way in which you will use this storage. You may have the drives in RAID, therefore all your content will be safe as one drive will be a real-time mirror of the other one, or you are able to have them work independently, in order to use the total storage space capacity that will be accessible. The hdd space of our Linux dedicated hosting will do for everything - massive virtual stores, data depository portal, personal archive backup, and many other things. We will never keep back your web sites in terms of the space they need. When that they start expanding, we provide you with the chance to add more drives to your existing server when required. When you obtain the server with DirectAdmin or cPanel for the hosting Control Panel, you'll also be able to set up a unique account for each hosted domain name and set a hdd storage space quota for it. With Hepsia all of your domain names will be hosted in a single and they'll share the entire server space.