What exactly does the term 'overselling' have to do with hosting? Why finding a host which doesn't oversell is so important?
The term overselling refers to offering resources to clients without the ability to provide them. In simple words, an Internet hosting service provider could advertise a solution with unrestricted disk space when, in reality, the customer's account will be made on a server with many different other accounts sharing the total space. To make sure that all of the customers have a share, providers often set hidden quotas for every account and thus trick their clients about the resources they'll benefit from. The primary reason to oversell is to find new customers despite the fact that providers are aware that a server can have only so many hard disk drives. Resellers frequently purchase plans with limited resources as well, so they are not able to provide the unlimited plans they advertise.
No Overselling in Cloud Web Hosting
In case you purchase one of our cloud web hosting
plans, you will get what you have paid for without exclusions. We don't oversell and we'll provide you with all of the system resources that you find on our website for each of the plans. Even the features that are listed as limitless have no hidden quotas and we're able to afford that because we use an exceptionally powerful custom website hosting platform. Instead of setting up accounts on one server like most companies do, we own clusters of servers controlling every part of the hosting service - file storage, database access, e-mails, stats, etc. Consequently, the system resources are practically inexhaustible because we can continue adding hard disk drives or entire servers to any of the clusters. As opposed to all widespread Control Panels, our Hepsia tool was made to work on such a platform.