Monthly Traffic in Cloud Web Hosting
All of our Linux cloud web hosting were designed with the concept to take care of the site traffic produced by any kind of website that can function in such an account. If you own one or multiple small-scale or medium-sized web sites, you won't be limited by the monthly website traffic allowance regardless of what content you may have - plain text or perhaps plenty of images, for example. The statistics in your hosting Control Panel provides you with detailed information about the traffic produced by each site and the total amount for the account in general. The statistics are updated live and indicate both the everyday and the monthly usage, therefore you'll know how much info is transferred to and from the website hosting account at any time. The first day of each month your counter is reset, but you'll be able to see the site traffic statistics for the past months, that will give you an idea how your websites perform.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers
Since our Linux semi-dedicated hosting plans are quite powerful, we've decided not to put any type of limit for the monthly web site traffic that a given account can generate. It is our understanding that if you purchase a website hosting package that features a lot of computing power, your sites will most probably have plenty of visitors and since each and every visitor makes certain site traffic, one can end up with unavailable sites in case there was any restriction for this particular feature. With truly unrestricted traffic, you will be sure this can never happen. For your convenience, you can monitor the information being downloaded as well as the website traffic that is generated for each domain with hourly, daily and monthly numbers that will inform you on how popular your sites are. You will be able to even view particular webpages and files that have made the most site traffic in your semi-dedicated account.
Monthly Traffic in VPS Servers
With each VPS server package that we offer, we offer a unique monthly site traffic allowance that will depend on how powerful your server is. In this way, we're able to keep the lower-end plans inexpensive and give you an opportunity to select the package you really need in accordance with your budget plus your resource needs. Updating from one plan to another is really easy and takes just a couple of mouse-clicks in your VPS billing Control Panel, thus when you start getting more site visitors at some point so you need a higher traffic quota, you are able to switch to a superior plan at any time. We'll notify you whenever you reach 90% of your monthly quota, therefore you will have enough time either to update or to optimise your websites, so as to reduce the outgoing site traffic. The VPS packages also include a server management panel where you can see what amount of website traffic has already been used for the month and exactly how much is left until you get to the quota cap.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers
With a dedicated server, you'll have an extremely powerful web hosting system at your disposal and the site traffic quota that you will get matches all of the other characteristics. Your server will be able to generate terabytes of traffic every month, thus whatever the kind or amount of sites that you host, you'll never need to worry about them being unavailable because of inadequate site traffic. To be on the safe side though, we will give you the opportunity to update this feature if needed. We will inform you well ahead of time if you get close to the restriction, so you'll have the time to upgrade or lower your traffic by optimizing your info avoiding any disruption of the work of your websites. You'll be able to view the consumed and remaining website traffic for the current month via the control panel that we supply. The data there contains all of the incoming and outgoing transfers, which includes software setups and / or updates. In contrast, a hosting Control Panel features more detailed information, however only for the website traffic to and from a web hosting account, not the server as a whole.