SSD with Data Caching
What is a solid-state drive (SSD)? What is SSD caching and how does it work? Discover the pros of hosting your web sites on an SSD-powered server.
A solid-state drive is considerably quicker than any standard hard disk. This is because an HDD employs rotating disks, that can rotate only so fast and the more data is read and written, the sluggish and hotter they become, while an SDD operates with modules of flash memory, so there are no actually moving parts. The access speeds for an SSD are considerably higher, which makes these drives an ideal solution every time speed is needed. This is the reason why SSDs are frequently used for the Operating System on a home PC and for keeping data which is accessed regularly on web servers. A large number of providers also use a combination of both drives, so they save the data on HDDs, but they use several SSDs so as to cache the more often used data and for that reason, the data loads a lot quicker while the load on the HDDs is reduced as their disks need to spin less frequently to read and write.
SSD with Data Caching in Shared Website Hosting
Our innovative cloud Internet hosting platform uses exclusively SSD drives, so if you buy any of our shared website hosting
plans, you will take full advantage of the speed that these drives provide. We no longer use hard disk drives, so your files, databases and e-mail messages will all open from ultra fast SSDs. For even improved performance, we use caching SSDs. A group of drives are used by our system for any file that is accessed more frequently and the data on these drives is dynamically refreshed in order to make sure that all the traffic-intensive files load from them. In this way, the load on the primary drives is reduced, so we can guarantee perfect performance for all types of websites regardless of how frequently they're accessed and avoid a situation where some Internet sites are affected by too many reading and writing processes created by others. This setup also increases the lifespan of the main drives and reduces the possibility of disk failure.