Processor Power - Indicates the CPU time allocated to your server that will be available to your server at any time.
RAM - Indicates the amount of RAM allocated to your server that will be available to your server at any time.
Disk capacity - determines the size of the files that can be stored on your server.
How does a web hosting microserver work?
Main (main)servers have a certain number of microservers (web hosting) that are completely isolated from each other but use the resources of the main (main) servers (CPU power, RAM, disk capacity, etc.) .
The resource usage limits are set according to the configuration you choose. For example:
if there are 10 other web hosts on the main server along with your web host and there are only 10 servers at the moment CPU power - 20% of your server power will be available at that moment with CPU power80%. And if the main (main) server is overloaded due to the load on it of microservers, then the amount of resources you have chosen ( processor power, RAM ) will be available to your server in any case, which will ensure the stable operation of your server.