If you aren't quite tech-savvy or in case you haven't managed a server, you may have some difficulties in particular situations when you have to handle a virtual or a dedicated server. Since each and every standalone hosting server has its own Operating System and various apps and processes working, you will most probably encounter different challenges such as a frozen process or one that is loading the hosting server substantially. With a shared internet hosting account all of these things are managed by the company, but this just isn't the case when you use a hosting machine of your own, consequently you need to resolve the difficulties yourself. When you do not have the knowledge or the time to manage this kind of matters, you may consider the Managed Services upgrade which we offer. Among other things, it offers 24/7 monitoring of your hosting server and the processes going on it, so in the event that anything happens, our admins can easily resolve the problem and reboot the hosting server to recover its proper operation.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Servers
You could use the Managed Services upgrade with any of our dedicated server plans
and you'll be able to include it to your plan with a couple of clicks when you sign up or via your billing Control Panel. Our system administrators will enable a number of automated internal checks that will track the system processes on your hosting machine and will guarantee its constant functioning. If any program consumes far too much memory, uses too much processing time and affects the whole hosting machine or has simply stopped responding, our admin staff shall be informed straight away and will take measures to restore everything within a couple of minutes. They can identify the reason behind the problem and restart the server if this kind of an action is necessary to resolve a particular issue. If you use our administration services, you'll save time and money as you'll not have to monitor the dedicated hosting machine yourself or pay to another firm which can notify you about an issue, but cannot do anything to deal with it.