Whenever any data is uploaded to a cloud web hosting account or downloaded using it, some website traffic is generated which is a characteristic that every single hosting plan includes. It's also among the features you need to check out, as how much site traffic quota you will need is based on what exactly you need the account for. The website traffic is mainly produced by downloads including site visits. In simple terms, every time somebody visits your web site, the web pages are downloaded from the server to their computer and they are subsequently displayed by their internet browser. It is also important to know that uploads are considered as well, so that whenever you back up large files from your laptop or computer to the server, some site traffic will be generated as well. Different suppliers may have different names for this particular feature, for instance traffic, bandwidth, data transfer, still they all apply to the very same thing - the exact amount of incoming and outgoing info produced for a given period of time.

Monthly Traffic in Cloud Web Hosting

All of our cloud web hosting plans were created with the idea to take care of the site traffic produced by any type of site that can run in such an account. If you currently have one or a couple of small-scale or medium-sized sites, you won't be limited by the monthly website traffic quota whatever the content you have - plain text or a lot of images, for example. The statistics in the hosting Control Panel will give you elaborate info about the site traffic produced by each and every web site along with the total amount for the account altogether. The stats are updated in real time and indicate both the everyday and the monthly usage, which means that you'll know how much information is transferred to and from your hosting account at any time. Day one of each and every month your counter is reset, but you'll still be able to see the traffic statistics for the past months, which will inform you on how your websites perform.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Servers

Since our semi-dedicated plans are very effective, we've decided not to set any restriction for the monthly traffic that a given account can produce. It is our understanding that if you acquire a hosting package that includes a great deal of processing power, your websites will most likely have a lot of visitors and since each visitor makes certain website traffic, you may end up with inaccessible sites in case there is any restriction for this particular feature. With truly unlimited traffic, you will be sure this can never happen. For your benefit, you'll be able to monitor the data being downloaded along with the web site traffic that is generated for each domain with monthly, daily and hourly numbers that will give you an idea how popular your sites are. You'll be able to even see particular web pages and files that have made the most web site traffic in your semi-dedicated account.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers

With a dedicated server, you will have a very powerful website hosting system at your disposal and the traffic quota that you will get suits all of the other characteristics. Your server can make terabytes of website traffic monthly, therefore irrespective of the type or amount of web sites that you host, you will never need to worry about them being not available because of not sufficient traffic. To be on the safe side though, we will give you the opportunity to update this feature if needed. We'll notify you in advance when you get close to the limit, so you'll have the time to update or reduce your traffic by optimizing your info and avoid any disruption of the work of your web sites. You can view the consumed and remaining traffic for the present month from the management panel that we provide. The data there features all incoming and outgoing transfers, which includes software installations and updates. In comparison, a hosting Control Panel can offer more detailed information, however only for the website traffic to and from a web hosting account, not your server as a whole.