Whenever some info is uploaded to a web hosting account or downloaded from it, web site traffic is generated and this is an aspect that each and every hosting package comes with. It is moreover one of the attributes it is important to check, because the amount of website traffic quota you'll need depends upon what you need the account for. The web site traffic is generally generated by downloads and this includes web site visits. In layman's terms, when someone goes to your web site, the webpages are downloaded from the server to his or her computer system and they are afterwards displayed by their internet browser. It is also recommendable to know that uploads are considered as well, hence whenever you transfer bigger files from your computer to the server, some web site traffic is generated as well. Different providers often have different names for this specific feature, for example traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, yet all of them apply to the exact same thing - the exact amount of incoming and outgoing info generated for a given period of time.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers

As our semi-dedicated servers are really effective, we've made the decision not to put any kind of restriction for the monthly traffic that an account can produce. It is our understanding that if you purchase a web hosting package that comes with a lot of processing power, your websites will most probably have numerous visitors and since each visitor makes a part of the site traffic, one could end up with inaccessible sites in case there is some restriction for this characteristic. With truly unrestricted site traffic, you will be sure this will never happen. For your convenience, you will be able to keep track of the info being downloaded and the web site traffic that is generated for every single domain with monthly, daily and hourly stats that will inform you on how popular your web sites are. You can even view individual webpages and files that have produced the most site traffic in your semi-dedicated account.

Monthly Traffic in VPS Servers

All the VPS servers that we supply feature a monthly traffic allowance proportionate to the resources they come with. The more hdd storage space and processing power a server features, the more likely it is you will host more web sites on it, consequently the website traffic you will be able to use increases with every single plan. Should you need more traffic at some point, you can upgrade the plan from your billing Control Panel with just a couple of mouse-clicks and the extra system resources, including the upgraded traffic quota, will be added to your current account. You can keep track of what amount of data has been transferred to and from your virtual server any time. For your benefit, we'll update you when you get to 90% of the allowance so as to give you sufficient time to react and reduce your traffic or update your package if needed. From your control panel, you can view the site traffic statistics for every domain or subdomain in your VPS account.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers

The dedicated servers that we offer you feature tremendous site traffic allowances which are enough for almost any site, even a video streaming portal or a popular social network. Terabytes of site traffic will be available every month and the management panel that comes with every single dedicated server will give you data how much data has been transferred already and what amount is available for the current month. In order to avoid service interruptions, we'll let you know whenever you reach 90% of your quota and you can either lessen the website traffic generated by your web sites by optimizing their content material, or you'll be able to increase the quota for your account. It is extremely unlikely that you will ever need such an improvement, however we chose to leave this alternative open. The stats in that panel contain the overall traffic, in contrast to the data in your hosting Control Panel where you can see just the traffic from sites, but not from server-side software downloads and updates.