Monthly Traffic in Cloud Hosting
All of our Linux cloud service were designed with the concept to take care of the site traffic made by any type of website that can run in such an account. When you currently have one or a couple of small or medium-sized websites, you won't be limited by the monthly website traffic allowance no matter what content you may have - plain text and / or a great number of images, for example. The statistics inside your hosting Control Panel will provide you with detailed data about the traffic generated by each website and the total amount for the account as a whole. The figures are updated live and display both the everyday and the monthly usage, thus you'll be aware of how much info is transferred to and from your website hosting account anytime. The first day of each and every month your counter is reset, but you'll be able to view the traffic statistics for the previous months, which will give you an idea how your websites perform.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers
Considering the fact that our Linux semi-dedicated servers are rather efficient, we've made the decision not to put any type of restriction for the monthly website traffic that an account can generate. We believe that if you obtain a website hosting package that includes a lot of processing power, your web sites will most probably have numerous visitors and given that each visitor produces certain site traffic, one could end up getting unavailable websites if there was any limit for this particular characteristic. With truly unrestricted website traffic, you will be sure this will never happen. For your benefit, you will be able to keep track of the information being downloaded and the web site traffic that is generated for every single domain with monthly, daily and hourly statistics that will inform you on how popular your web sites are. You can even see unique web pages and files that have generated most of the traffic in your semi-dedicated account.
Monthly Traffic in VPS Servers
All the VPS web hosting service that we provide feature a monthly traffic quota proportionate to the resources they come with. The more hard disk storage and computing power a server offers, the more likely it is you'll host more sites on it, therefore the traffic you'll be able to use will increase with each package. Should you need more traffic at some time, you'll be able to update the plan from your billing Control Panel with no more than a couple of clicks and the additional resources, along with the greater traffic quota, will be added to your account. You can check how much data has been transferred to and from your virtual server at any moment. For your convenience, we will update you whenever you reach 90% of the allowance to give you enough time to react and lower the site traffic or upgrade your package if needed. In your control panel, you'll be able to view the site traffic statistics for every domain or subdomain in your VPS account.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers
Using a dedicated server, you'll have an extremely powerful website hosting solution at your disposal and the traffic quota you will get matches all of the other characteristics. Your server will be able to generate terabytes of site traffic monthly, so regardless of the type or amount of websites that you host, you'll never need to worry about them being not available because of insufficient site traffic. To be on the safe side though, we will give you the opportunity to improve this feature if needed. We will notify you in advance when you get close to the limit, so that you will have the chance to upgrade or lower your traffic by optimizing your data in order to avoid any interruption of the work of your web sites. You can monitor the used and remaining site traffic for the current month through the management panel that we supply. The data there includes all incoming and outgoing transfers, including software setups and / or updates. In contrast, a hosting Control Panel offers more detailed info, however only for the site traffic to and from a hosting account, not the server altogether.