The managing of a virtual or a dedicated hosting machine is different than that of a standard shared web hosting account, consequently if you need a machine of your own for web content or offline apps, you could run into challenges that you have not faced before. All system tasks on a shared hosting machine are handled by the host company, but if you have your own hosting machine, these tasks are something you need to take care of. In case a process freezes for whatever reason, for instance, or if the overload on the server increases considerably, you'll need to take measures to restore the correct functioning of the server. Doing that might be a problem if you have not managed a hosting machine before and you do not have much experience, so if that is the case, you could use the Managed Services upgrade that we provide. Along with other admin tasks, you shalldiscover a Monitoring & Rebooting service inside the package, so our admins can keep track of your hosting server 24/7 and restart it if necessary.

Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Servers

You'll be able to use the Managed Services upgrade with each of our dedicated server services and you could add it to your plan with several clicks when you sign up or through the billing Cp. Our system administrators will enable a variety of automated internal checks which will keep track of the system processes on your hosting server and will ensure its uninterrupted functioning. If any software application consumes far too much memory, uses far too much processing time and affects the entire server or has simply stopped responding, our admin crew shall be notified at once and will take measures to restore everything in a couple of minutes. They can discover the reason behind the problem and reboot the hosting machine if this sort of an action is necessary to resolve a particular issue. If you use our admin services, you will save money and time as you will not need to monitor the dedicated hosting server yourself or pay to another business that can inform you about an issue, but can't do anything to fix it.