The administration of a virtual or a dedicated hosting server is different than that of a standard shared internet hosting account, so if you need a server of your own for site content or offline applications, you may come across challenges that you haven't faced before. All system tasks on a shared server are addressed by the hosting provider, but if you have your own hosting machine, these tasks are something you need to deal with. If a process freezes for whatever reason, for instance, or if the overload on the hosting server increases tremendously, you'll have to take measures to restore the proper operation of the server. Doing that may be a challenge if you haven't managed a hosting machine before and you do not have a lot of experience, so if this is the case, you could use the Managed Services upgrade that we provide. Along with other management tasks, you willfind a Monitoring & Rebooting service within the package, so our administrators can keep a watchful eye on your machine 24/7 and reboot it if necessary.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Hosting
You can use the Managed Services upgrade with each of our dedicated hosting packages
and you'll be able to add it to your plan with several mouse clicks when you subscribe or through the billing Cp. Our system administrators will activate a number of automated internal checks which will keep track of the system processes on your hosting server and will ensure its continuous functioning. If any piece of software consumes too much memory, uses a lot of processing time and affects your entire hosting server or has simply stopped responding, our admin team shall be notified immediately and will take measures to restore everything in a couple of minutes. They can find out the reason behind the issue and reboot the server if such an action is necessary to eliminate a specific issue. If you use our administration services, you'll save money and time as you won't have to monitor the dedicated hosting server yourself or pay to another firm which can inform you about an issue, but can't do anything to deal with it.