Identify the distinction between standard and guaranteed RAM in the website hosting community.
RAM, that refers to Random Access Memory, is a computer storage media which can be accessed much quicker than a hard disk, because the information can be read randomly, skipping the bytes before the needed information is reached. On a hosting server, the RAM is used to load scripts and web programs once they are executed, so the more RAM you can use, the more programs you will be able to run concurrently and the more people shall be able to explore your Internet sites without effect on the site’s/server’s general performance. In contrast to a disk drive, however, the RAM is employed for non permanent storage purposes, because the information is lost as soon as 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 could change depending on what the other customers on the same server use. Using a virtual or a dedicated server, however, you will have a fixed amount of RAM that won't be used by others even if you do not use it at a particular time.
Guaranteed RAM in Dedicated Hosting
When you acquire one of our dedicated server plans, you shall get a top-notch web server with sufficient RAM to run even a variety of resource-demanding web programs with no effect on the overall functionality of any one of them. As we test each hardware component before we use it when we set up a web server, we'll make perfectly sure that the RAM sticks aren't defective and that the machine works flawlessly. The physical memory that you will get shall be available all of the time, so even in times where you utilize merely a part of it for any period of time, we shall never modify the configuration. You shall be able to check the hardware, including the amount of RAM which you have, in the billing Control Panel.