What does the word 'overselling' have to do with Internet hosting? Why locating a host that doesn't oversell is so essential?
The term overselling refers to offering resources to clients without the ability to provide them. In simple words, a hosting firm could advertise a solution with infinite disk space when, in fact, the client's account will be generated on a server with various other accounts sharing the total space. To ensure that all consumers have their share, companies often set hidden quotas for every single account and basically deceive their clients about the resources they will receive. The primary reason to oversell is to get new customers despite the fact that service providers know that a server can have only so many hard drives. Resellers often purchase plans with fixed resources as well, so they are not able to provide the unlimited plans they offer.
No Overselling in Cloud Hosting
Unlike many other Internet hosting companies, we don't oversell because we simply do not have to. The capabilities which we've listed for our cloud hosting
packages are what you'll actually get if you register with our company. The explanation for our warranties is a revolutionary cloud web hosting platform that will provide all of the system resources each of our users could ever need. As an alternative to storing files and running SQL or email servers and other system processes on the same machine, we have separate groups of servers handling each of these services, so you'll never come across a situation where the server doesn't have enough resources for your websites. In case we need additional disk space or more memory, we can simply attach the needed hardware or even whole servers to each cluster, so if you use one of our web hosting packages, you'll always receive what you've paid for.