The monthly website traffic characteristic is generally called data transfer or bandwidth as well, however all of these names apply to the very same thing - how much info can be transferred to and from a cloud hosting account. The web site traffic can be generated in just two ways, the more obvious one being site visits. When someone opens your website, their Internet browser requests and downloads the web pages from the website hosting server and then shows them on their end. The more site visitors you have, the more outbound traffic is generated from your hosting account. Since this particular characteristic contains the overall web site traffic, not only the site visits, you shouldn't forget that inward traffic is measured too. This means that web site content as well as other files that you upload to the account using a file manager or an FTP software are counted towards the account allowance. Your transfer is usually tracked on a monthly basis and the counter resets on the first day of every month whatever your actual date of registration.
Monthly Traffic in Cloud Hosting
The monthly website traffic allowance for all of our cloud hosting packages is enough for any type of site. Whether you have a blog, a discussion forum or eCommerce portal, what amount of information will be transferred to and from your account or reaching some reduced allowance limit won't be a reason for your sites to be unavailable. In addition, we provide you with elaborate web site traffic data, so that you'll be able to observe how much data is being downloaded at any time. The hourly, daily and monthly figures will give you an idea how the websites do, which files generate the most traffic and much more important details that can help you take care of your websites plus the account altogether. The statistics can be accessed with just a few mouse-clicks from your Hepsia hosting Control Panel.
Monthly Traffic in VPS Servers
The monthly traffic quota for our VPS plans is proportionate to the rest of the server’s system resources. When you obtain a more powerful server, it is more likely that you will manage a very popular site or even multiple websites, so you'll have a lot more visitors. By reason of this, the greater package you obtain, the greater monthly site traffic allowance you'll have. We'll contact you when you reach 90% of that amount, so that you will have sufficient time to take some action and either update the plan or optimize your web sites and decrease the site traffic that they make before the counter resets the next month. When you decide to update, this can be done via your billing Control Panel and with only a couple of clicks. In addition, you'll be able to monitor what amount of traffic your server has already generated and how much is left until you get to your monthly restriction. This data will be accessible in the VPS control panel where you're also able to reboot your server and check the usage of all other resources such as HDD storage, CPU load or physical memory usage.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Servers
With a dedicated server, you'll have a very efficient hosting product at your disposal and the website traffic quota you will get matches all of the other features. Your server will be able to make terabytes of website traffic each month, so that regardless of the type or amount of web sites that you host, you will never have to worry for them being unavailable because of not sufficient traffic. To be on the safe side though, we will give you the opportunity to update this feature if required. We'll inform you in advance if you get close to the limit, so you'll have the time to update or reduce your site traffic by optimizing your data and avoid any disruption of the work of your web sites. You can view the used and remaining site traffic for the current month through the administration panel that we supply. The data there contains all incoming as well as all of the outgoing transfers, like software setups and / or updates. In comparison, a hosting Control Panel provides more detailed information, but only for the traffic to and from a web host account, not the server as a whole.