What does the word 'overselling' have to do with web hosting? Why locating a host that doesn't oversell is so essential?
The term overselling means offering system resources to customers without the capability to provide them. In simple words, a web hosting provider may advertise a plan with unrestricted disk space when, in truth, the client's account will be created on a server with a number of other accounts sharing the total space. To guarantee that all of the customers have their share, providers often set hidden quotas for every account and in essence deceive their clients about the resources they will benefit from. The main reason to oversell is to find new customers even though service providers are aware that a server can have only so many hard drives. Resellers often buy plans with limited resources too, therefore they are not able to provide the unlimited plans they advertise.
No Overselling in Website Hosting
Overselling is not a thing we do and we have no reason to do this as our state-of-the-art cloud platform enables us to provide all the characteristics that we offer as part of our website hosting plans. Each element of the service for example the file and database storage, emails, and so on, is taken care of by its own cluster of servers, which gives us more adaptability and scalability when compared with all web hosting service providers that use Control Panels meant to work on just a single machine. We use our in-house built Hepsia software tool, which has been created to work in the cloud and given that we could add extra hard disks or servers to each cluster that needs them at any time, we simply have no reason to oversell. In case you sign up for one of our packages, you will really benefit from all system resources which you've paid for.