The administration of a virtual or a dedicated hosting server is different than that of a standard shared hosting account, therefore if you need a server of your own for web content or offline programs, you might encounter challenges which you haven't faced before. All system tasks on a shared hosting machine are addressed by the host company, but if you have your own hosting machine, all these tasks are something you have to deal with. In case a process freezes for whatever reason, for instance, or if the overload on the hosting machine increases significantly, you will need to take measures to restore the proper operation of the machine. Doing this could be an issue if you haven't managed a hosting server before and you don't have much experience, so if that is the case, you may use the Managed Services upgrade that we offer. Along with other administration tasks, you willfind a Monitoring & Rebooting service inside the package, so our admins can keep a watchful eye on your hosting server 24/7 and restart it if necessary.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Web Hosting
You'll be able to use the Managed Services upgrade with any of our dedicated web hosting packages and you'll be able to include it to your plan with several mouse clicks when you subscribe or through the billing Cp. Our system admins will activate numerous automated internal checks which will monitor the system processes on your hosting machine and will ensure its constant functioning. If any software application consumes an excessive amount of memory, uses too much processing time and affects the whole hosting server or has simply stopped responding, our admin crew will be warned immediately and will take measures to restore everything in a few minutes. They can find out the reason behind the problem and restart the hosting server if this kind of an action is necessary to resolve a specific problem. If you use our administration services, you'll save both money and time as you will not need to monitor the dedicated hosting server yourself or pay to another company that can notify you about an issue, but can't do anything to fix it.