What info do the weekly VPS backups feature? How does this backup service work?
Even when you take advantage of the finest hardware and software on the market, there is always a chance that something could go wrong after some update, for instance. In such situations, it would be extremely helpful if you have a backup of your content as you will prevent or minimize the loss of information and you'll be able to restore the adequate operation of your Internet sites swiftly. If you use a shared Internet hosting account, standard backups are created by the provider, but this is not the case when you have a virtual or a dedicated server and a predicament may result in the loss of precious data. To avoid this kind of scenarios, we offer a backup upgrade for our web server plans, so that we are able to keep a copy of your data safely and securely on an independent hosting server and restore the content if necessary. That way you shall not need to concern yourself with losing anything even if you have important data on the machine.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Web Hosting
When you use one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages
, you'll be able to reap the benefits of the optional backup service with only a few mouse clicks. You can add it during the initial signup and have backups produced the moment your web server is up and running or you can add it afterwards using your CP just in case you decide that you shall need it for the future. With this service, 50 GB of disk space on an independent hosting server will be reserved for you at all times, so in the event that anything fails with a site or some other web app, we shall promptly restore the data. You'll be able to get weekly backups not just as an independent service, but also as a part of our Managed Services pack, which incorporates various other tasks which our administrators can do for you such as installing third-party programs and updating the Operating System of your dedicated server. This would enable you to work on your web applications without having to worry that something might go not as planned.