The monthly site traffic characteristic is sometimes called data transfer or bandwidth as well, but all these terms refer to the very same thing - how much info can be transferred to and from your cloud hosting account. The traffic can be produced in two ways, the more apparent one being website visits. When somebody goes to your web site, their browser requests and downloads the webpages from the hosting server and then shows them on their end. The more website visitors you have, the more outgoing traffic is produced from your website hosting account. Because this particular characteristic includes the whole web site traffic, not just the website visits, you should not forget that inward traffic is counted as well. Which means that website content along with other files that you upload to your account using a file manager or an FTP application are measured towards the account quota. Your transfer is usually tracked on a monthly basis and the counter resets on the very first day of each month whatever your actual signup date.

Monthly Traffic in Cloud Hosting

The monthly site traffic allowance for all of our cloud hosting packages is enough for every site. If you have a blog, a discussion forum or an e-commerce portal, what amount of data can be transferred to and from your account or hitting some reduced allowance cap will never be a reason for your sites to be unavailable. In addition, we provide comprehensive website traffic information, which means that you'll have the option to check what amount of info is being downloaded at all times. The monthly, daily and hourly numbers will inform you on how your web sites are doing, which files produce most of the website traffic as well as much more helpful information to help you control your sites along with your account altogether. The stats can be viewed with just a few mouse-clicks in your Hepsia hosting Control Panel.

Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting

All of our semi-dedicated server plans are quite powerful and you can operate a lot of websites in a single account. The monthly website traffic feature suits that power, which means that what you'll have is a hosting account with truly unlimited data transfer. Due to this fact, your sites can grow as much as it's possible with this type of website hosting and you can have as many website visitors as you want. For more efficient website and account management, you're given the option to see view the amount of website traffic each of your web sites produces, however we will never place a limit. For your benefit, you will be able to view monthly, daily and hourly figures and the particular web pages that are visited most frequently, or files that are downloaded the most. When you use our semi-dedicated hosting packages, you'll never worry about reaching any type of traffic cap so that you're able to concentrate on upgrading your websites and getting more visitors.

Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers Hosting

The monthly traffic quota that is provided with our dedicated server packages is sufficient for any kind of site whatever its type. Your web applications can produce terabytes of traffic, which warrants that all of your visitors will never notice any type of error message on your web site due to insufficient quota the way it may happen with various types of website hosting. In addition, we leave the possibility to upgrade the site traffic amount open, however it is very unlikely that you'll ever need it even if you would like to operate a file sharing web site or a video streaming portal. The server administration Control Panel gives you precise real-time information what amount of data has been transferred for the month so far, and what amount of it remains before you get to the cap. We'll also alert you once you reach 90% of the allowance just to be on the safe side and prevent any downtime of your sites. The information in the panel includes the overall traffic, including software downloads, therefore it's more accurate than the one in your web hosting Control Panel where you will be able to see details only about the traffic generated by web content.