Determine what ‘overselling’ means in the hosting world. Recognize the significance of selecting a non-overselling hosting provider.
The term overselling refers to offering system resources to clients without having the capability to provide them. In simple words, a hosting provider could advertise a plan with limitless disk space when, in reality, the client's account will be created on a server with countless other accounts sharing the total space. To guarantee that all the consumers have a share, providers often set hidden quotas for each account and thus deceive their clients about the resources they can benefit from. The key reason to oversell is to get new customers even though providers do understand that a web server can have only so many disk drives. Resellers commonly buy packages with fixed system resources too, so they cannot provide the unlimited plans they offer.
No Overselling in Shared Website Hosting
In case you acquire one of our shared website hosting plans, you'll get what you've paid for with no exclusions. We do not oversell and we will give you all of the system resources which you see on our site for each of the packages. Even the features that are listed as unrestricted have no hidden quotas and we can afford that since we use an extremely powerful custom hosting platform. Instead of creating accounts on one server like the majority of companies do, we have clusters of servers handling each and every part of the website hosting service - file storage, database access, e-mails, statistics, etcetera. Consequently, the system resources are practically endless because we can continue adding hard disks or whole servers to each of the clusters. Unlike almost all mainstream Control Panels, our Hepsia tool was meant to work on such a platform.