Monthly Traffic in Shared Hosting
All of our shared hosting were designed with the notion to take care of the website traffic produced by any kind of web site that can run in such an account. In case you own one or a couple of small or medium-sized sites, you'll not be limited by the monthly traffic quota irrespective of what content you have - plain text or perhaps a lot of images, for example. The statistics inside the hosting Control Panel gives you detailed data about the site traffic generated by every single website and the amount for the account as a whole. The figures are updated live and show both the daily and the monthly usage, which means that you will be aware of how much data is transferred to and from your web hosting account anytime. The first day of each month the counter is reset, but you will be able to view the site traffic statistics for the past months, which will give you an idea how your web sites perform.
Monthly Traffic in VPS Servers
The monthly site traffic allowance for our VPS servers is proportionate to all of the other server’s resources. When you obtain a more powerful server, it is likely that you will operate a well-known site or even a number of websites, consequently there will be more website visitors. By reason of this, the higher package you aquire, the greater monthly website traffic quota you'll get. We will will tell you whenever you get to 90% of that amount, in order for you to have sufficient time to take some action and either improve the package or optimize your web sites and decrease the site traffic that they generate until the counter resets the subsequent month. If you decide to update, this can be done via your billing Control Panel and with no more than a couple of mouse-clicks. You'll also be able to keep track of the amount of site traffic your server has already generated and what amount is left before you reach your monthly restriction. This data is available in the VPS administration panel where you can also reboot your server and view the employment of all other system resources such as hard disk space, CPU load or physical memory usage.