Uncover the distinction between regular and guaranteed RAM in the hosting community.
RAM, that stands for Random Access Memory, is a computer storage media that can be accessed considerably quicker than a disk drive, due to the fact that the data can be read randomly, skipping the bytes before the needed data is reached. On a web server, the RAM is employed to load scripts and web applications once they are executed, so the more RAM you are able to use, the more apps you will be able to run simultaneously and the more people shall be able to check out your sites with no effect on the site’s/server’s overall performance. Unlike a disk drive, however, the RAM is used for temporary storage purposes, due to the fact that the info is lost once the power is shut off. If you use a shared web hosting account, the physical memory that your scripts can use may be limited and might change based on what the some other clients on the same machine use. With a virtual or a dedicated web server, alternatively, you will have a set amount of RAM that won't be used by anyone else even when you do not use it at a given time.
Guaranteed RAM in Dedicated Hosting
All our dedicated server solutions feature a great deal of physical memory, which will permit you to run very heavy web apps without any challenges. We use new and extensively tested hardware components when we set up a new hosting server to ensure that there will never be any complications of any type. The RAM memory isn't an exception and if you purchase a dedicated server, we'll make sure that you get the best functionality possible from the configuration that you have picked out. Even if we determine that you aren't using the total capacity of the web server, we won't modify the hardware in any way, so the total amount of RAM that will be at your disposal will always be the same. You will be able to look at the configuration, including the physical memory, within your billing CP at any time.