If you aren't quite tech-savvy or if you have not managed a server, you might have some difficulties in specific situations when you have to take care of a virtual or a dedicated hosting server. Because each standalone server has its own Os and various applications and processes going, you will almost certainly encounter different issues such as a frozen process or one that's loading the machine noticeably. With a shared hosting account all these things are addressed by the service provider, but this is not the case if you use a hosting machine of your own, consequently you must resolve the problems yourself. If you do not have the skills or the time to deal with this kind of issues, you could consider the Managed Services upgrade which we offer. Amongst other things, it includes 24/7 monitoring of your hosting machine and the processes functioning on it, so in case anything happens, our administrators can easily resolve the issue and reboot the hosting server in order to restore its proper operation.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Web Hosting
You can use the Managed Services upgrade with any of our dedicated web hosting services
and you could add it to your plan with a few clicks when you sign up or via your billing Control Panel. Our system administrators will activate a variety of 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 your entire server or has simply stopped responding, our admin crew shall be alerted at once and will take measures to restore everything within a few minutes. They can discover the cause of the problem and restart the server if such an action is necessary in order to resolve a specific issue. If you use our administration services, you will save time and money as you will not need to monitor the dedicated server yourself or pay to another organization which can notify you about a problem, but can't do anything to resolve it.