Monthly Traffic in Cloud Hosting
Our cloud hosting service were created with the concept to handle the traffic made by any type of site that can function in such an account. When you own one or a few different small or medium-sized websites, you'll not be limited by the monthly site traffic quota regardless of what content you may have - plain text or plenty of images, for example. The stats inside your hosting Control Panel provides you with in-depth details about the website traffic produced by every single web site along with the amount for your account as a whole. The statistics are updated live and show both the day-to-day and the monthly usage, so you'll be aware of how much information is transferred to and from the web hosting account at any moment. The very first day of each month your counter is reset, but you'll still be able to see the web site traffic stats for the past months, that will inform you on how your sites perform.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers
All our semi-dedicated server packages are designed to host a number of resource-hungry web sites as they come with a great deal of processing power. Such sites often produce a lot of site traffic and by reason of this we have made the decision not to limit this feature. When you use a semi-dedicated server, it is possible to have as many visitors as you are able to get without having to worry that you may hit some limit for the traffic they can generate. For your benefit, you can keep track of what is going on in the account because we'll provide hourly, daily and monthly figures for the website traffic your web sites produce. Which means that, you will be aware of the way they perform at any time. You'll even be able to check out which web page or file has generated most of the traffic for any website hosted in your semi-dedicated server account.
Monthly Traffic in VPS Servers
The monthly website traffic allowance for our Linux VPS servers is proportional to all of the other server’s resources. If you aquire a more powerful server, it's much more likely that you will operate a well-known site or even numerous sites, therefore you'll have much more site visitors. By reason of this, the higher plan you aquire, the larger monthly traffic quota you will have. We'll contact you once you reach 90% of the amount, to make sure you have the required time to take action and either upgrade the plan or optimize your sites and lower the traffic that they generate until the counter resets the next month. When you decide to upgrade, you can do so via the billing Control Panel and with only a couple of mouse-clicks. You'll even be able to view the amount of site traffic your server has already generated and what amount is left before you reach your monthly restriction. This info will be accessible in the VPS control panel where you're also able to reboot your server and check the usage of all the other resources for instance disk space, CPU load and physical memory usage.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers
Using a dedicated server, you'll have a very efficient hosting product at your disposal and the traffic quota that you will get matches all of the other characteristics. The server will be able to make terabytes of site traffic monthly, so that irrespective of the kind or amount of sites that you host, you will never have to worry about them being not reachable because of not sufficient traffic. To be on the safe side though, we'll give you the opportunity to improve this feature if required. We will notify you well in advance when you get close to the limit, so that you will have the option to update or decrease your site traffic by optimizing your content to avoid any disruption of the work of your sites. You'll be able to monitor the consumed and remaining website traffic for the present month through the administration panel that we supply. The info there contains all incoming and outgoing transfers, including software installations and updates. In contrast, a hosting Control Panel features more detailed data, but only for the traffic to and from a web hosting account, not the server altogether.