What exactly does the word 'overselling' have to do with hosting? Why finding a host that doesn't oversell is so essential?
The term overselling means offering resources to customers without having the ability to provide them. In simple words, a hosting firm may advertise a solution with unlimited disk space when, in truth, the user's account will be created on a server with various other accounts sharing the total space. To make sure that all of the customers have a share, companies often set hidden quotas for every single account and in essence deceive their clients about the resources they will benefit from. The main reason to oversell is to find new customers although service providers know that a web server can have only so many disk drives. Resellers often purchase plans with fixed resources too, which means that they are unable to provide the unlimited plans they advertise.
No Overselling in Shared Hosting
You'll never encounter a situation where you aren't allowed to use some of the characteristics which we offer with our shared hosting
solutions as we do not oversell and we actually provide what we offer. Leaving aside the fact that establishing mutual trust is something we believe in, we can afford to provide even unlimited features since different from a large number of rivals, we don't run everything on a single server. Instead, we've created an innovative cloud platform where the file storage, databases, Control Panel, e-mails, and nearly every other service has a separate cluster of servers to manage them. This configuration enables us to add hard drives for more disk space and entire machines for additional computing power, so we can never run out of system resources. The Hepsia Control Panel was designed to run in the cloud, so if you get one of our internet hosting packages, you shall be able to use what you have paid for at all times.