Because of how it manages to bill, Closte is perhaps the most interesting cloud storage option. Instead of paying a fixed rate every month for a given number of resources (e.g. 1 CPU, 1 GB RAM), down to the CPU HPI and memory MPI, you can pay depending on the actual resources the site uses:
The value of this policy is that low-resource sites will be very inexpensive, while high-resource sites will cost higher, but only equal to their use It is 100 per cent equitable.
It also suggests that without the possibility of breaching the thresholds, your traffic will quickly spike (because there are no limits, you can only pay extra depending on what the platform uses for the spike).
The downside, however, is that it can be difficult to predict how much your hosting would cost per domain, especially if you're a beginner.
However, for a website of up to 25,000 daily users, the average monthly fee is $12, which should give you a good idea of what you should plan to spend. Per domain, very tiny pages might be $5 or lower.
As for the hosting itself, Closte uses its infrastructure solely from the Google Cloud Platform and its site server from the LiteSpeed server. You'll also get handy tools, such as staging platforms for WordPress, backups, and more.