Monthly Traffic in Shared Web Hosting
The monthly website traffic quota for our shared web hosting plans is sufficient for any web site. Whether you have a personal blog, a discussion forum or an e-commerce portal, what amount of info will be transferred to and from your account or reaching some reduced allowance limit will never be a cause for your websites to be unavailable. We also offer comprehensive traffic statistics, so that you'll be allowed to observe the amount of content is being downloaded all of the time. The monthly, daily and hourly figures will give you an idea how your websites are doing, what type of files generate the most web site traffic and a lot more advantageous details which can help you handle the websites and your account as a whole. The statistics can be seen with just a few mouse-clicks in your Hepsia hosting Control Panel.
Monthly Traffic in Semi-dedicated Hosting
All our semi-dedicated server plans are quite powerful and you can run various web sites from just a single account. The monthly website traffic characteristic suits that power, that's why what you'll get is a web hosting account with truly limitless info transfer. Consequently, your sites can grow as much as it's possible with this type of website hosting and you can have as many visitors as you want. For improved website and account management, you will be able to view what amount of site traffic each of your sites produces, yet we won't ever put a restriction. For your benefit, you will be able to view hourly, daily and monthly statistics along with the particular web pages that are visited most often, or files that are downloaded the most. With our semi-dedicated hosting packages, you will never worry about hitting a traffic cap so that you're able to focus on developing your websites and getting more visitors.
Monthly Traffic in VPS Hosting
The monthly website traffic allowance for our VPS hosting is proportional to all of the other server’s resources. If you buy a more powerful server, it's much more likely that you will run a well-known website or even a number of sites, consequently there will be more visitors. Because of this, the higher plan you obtain, the larger monthly site traffic allowance you will get. We'll inform you whenever you reach 90% of that amount, so you will have sufficient time to take some action and either update the plan or optimize your web sites and lower the site traffic that they make until the counter resets the next month. If you decide to update, this can be done via the billing Control Panel and with only a few mouse-clicks. You will also be able to keep track of what amount of site traffic your server has already made and how much is left before you reach the monthly restriction. This info will be can be found in the VPS control panel where you're also able to reboot your server and view the use of all other system resources like hard disk space, CPU load or physical memory usage.
Monthly Traffic in Dedicated Web Hosting
The monthly website traffic quota that is provided with our dedicated server plans will suit any type of website whatever its type. Your web applications can make terabytes of site traffic, which guarantees that all your website visitors will never see any error message on your web site a consequence of insufficient allowance the way it can happen with various kinds of hosting. We also leave the possibility to upgrade the traffic amount open, yet it's highly unlikely that you will ever need it even if you intend to run a file sharing site or a video streaming portal. The server management Control Panel offers you correct live information how much data has been transmitted for the month to date, and what amount of it is left before you reach the cap. We will also contact you when you reach 90% of the allowance so as to be on the safe side and avoid any downtime of your web sites. The info in our panel contains the full traffic, including software downloads, thus it's more precise than the one in your web hosting Control Panel where you will be able to view details only about the traffic generated by world wide web content.