The monthly site traffic feature is generally known as data transfer or bandwidth as well, but all of the aforementioned terms have to do with the same thing - the amount of information can be transferred to and from your cloud website hosting account. The site traffic can be produced in two ways, the more obvious one being website visits. When someone goes to your site, their web browser requests and downloads the pages from the website hosting server then shows them on their end. The more visitors you have, the more outbound traffic is produced from your hosting account. Considering that this particular characteristic contains the whole website traffic, not only the website visits, you shouldn't forget that inward traffic is measured too. This means web site content as well as other files that you upload to the account via a file manager or an FTP software are measured towards your account allowance. The transfer is usually checked on a monthly basis and the counter resets on the first day of every month regardless of your actual date of registration.
Monthly Traffic in Cloud Website Hosting
All of our Linux cloud website hosting packages
are perfect for any type of small or medium-sized website and even a larger variety of web sites. Considering that you can host a lot of domain names using one account, we have designed the plans in a way so as to provide you with all of the options you may need. Whether you have an individual portfolio website or an e-commerce website, our monthly website traffic quota that your site may use won't be a problem. Thus, you'll have the option to extend your online presence and obtain numerous new visitors without worrying about getting to some limit. Our Hepsia hosting Control Panel offers you elaborate data for the traffic usage to and from your account, that will allow you to control all of your websites and your account better. You are able to view monthly, daily and hourly stats, the website traffic generated by each individual domain and by the account altogether, the most often downloaded files, etcetera.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting
All our semi-dedicated server packages are designed to host a number of resource-hungry web sites as they come with a lot of computing power. Such websites often produce a lot of site traffic and that's why we've decided not to limit this feature. When you have a semi-dedicated server
, it is possible to have as many visitors as you can get without having to worry that you may hit a limit for the site traffic they can produce. To save you time, you can keep track of what's going on in your account since we will provide hourly, daily and monthly stats for the traffic your web sites produce. As a result, you will be aware of how they perform any time. You'll even be able to check out which webpage or file has produced the most traffic for every single site in your semi-dedicated server account.
Monthly Traffic in VPS Web Hosting
The monthly website traffic quota for our Linux VPS web hosting packages
is proportional to the other server’s system resources. If you purchase a more powerful server, it is much more likely that you'll host a very popular website or even a number of websites, hence you will have more site visitors. Because of this, the higher package you obtain, the higher monthly site traffic allowance you'll have. We'll notify you once you get to 90% of that amount, in order for you to have sufficient time to take some action and either upgrade the plan or optimize your sites and lessen the site traffic that they generate before the counter resets the subsequent month. If you decide to update, you can do so via your billing Control Panel and with no more than a couple of clicks. You will also be able to keep track of what amount of traffic your server has already made and the amount that is left until you get to your monthly restriction. This info is available in the VPS administration panel where you'll also be able to reboot your server and view the usage of all other system resources for instance HDD space, CPU load and physical memory usage.