The term "disk space" may also be called "disk quota" or "data storage", still all these terms mean the very same thing - the amount of data that you'll be able to upload to a cloud hosting account. The full size of the things you have is estimated by accumulating the storage space taken by the content in the account, the most obvious being the data files that you upload. Two other things can often be disregarded by the majority of people, though - emails as well as databases. Large attachments and databases of huge script-driven sites will often take a lot of storage space too. In order to employ a more recognizable analogy, the hard disk space of your home computer is used not just by files that you download, but additionally by docs you make and programs you add. Likewise, many things are counted in the disk space your info employs on a website hosting server, not just the uploads.
Disk Space in Cloud Hosting
Our cloud hosting packages were made with the notion that too little storage space cannot be something that should reduce the growth of your web sites. For that reason we have taken a technique which is not the same as the one that most hosting companies apply - instead of just making a variety of accounts using one server and subsequently running out of disk space, we work with a cloud hosting platform in which the storage is taken care of by a wide group of servers. Because of this, we are able to connect more machines if they're needed and more hard disks, to be able to supply additional disk space for all the files of our valued customers. Separate clusters manage the e-mail messages and the databases, as a result not only will you be able to enhance your websites not worrying about storage space, but also all the servers will perform better and faster because each and every service features its own space for storage and a single server doesn't handle various types of files.