Anytime you upload information on a web hosting server, it will take an amount of storage space on the hard disk dependent on its particular size. If you manage a script-driven internet site which saves its information in a database, you will need more disk space, the more people use it. For example, if you have a community forum, the more comments people write, the bigger the database will get. E-mail messages, particularly ones using attachments, also need some disk space in the web hosting account. The hard disk space quota you will get with your shared hosting supplier is the overall amount of info you may have at any moment, and it features site files, messages as well as databases. Likewise, a home PC has a hard disk drive and the programs installed on it in addition to all the documents or music files that you make or download require some space, which cannot surpass the total capacity of your hdd.

Disk Space in Shared Hosting

All of our shared hosting plans were designed with the idea that not enough hard disk space should not be something that can reduce the progress of your sites. That's why we have used a technique which is different from the one that most web hosting companies apply - rather than generating a number of accounts using a singlle server and subsequently running out of hard disk space, we employ a cloud hosting platform in which the storage space is handled by a whole collection of servers. In this way, we can always connect more machines in case they're needed and more HDDs, to be able to provide more disk space for all of the files of our valued clients. Different clusters control your e-mail messages and the databases, so not only can you develop your sites without having to worry about space, but also all of the servers will perform faster and better considering the fact that each and every service does have its space for storing and an individual server does not handle different kinds of files.