In the event that you are not really tech-savvy or if you haven't managed a server, you may have some difficulties in specific situations when you must take care of a virtual or a dedicated hosting server. Since each and every standalone hosting machine has its own Operating System and various applications and processes running, you will most likely encounter different issues like a frozen process or one that's loading the hosting server tremendously. With a shared internet hosting account all these things are handled by the service provider, but this just isn't the case when you use a server of your own, therefore you need to resolve the difficulties yourself. When you don't have the knowledge or the time to take care of such issues, you could consider the Managed Services upgrade we offer. Among other things, it includes 24/7 monitoring of your server and the processes functioning on it, so in the event that anything happens, our administrators can resolve the issue and restart the machine so as to recover its proper functioning.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Web Hosting
The Managed Services package can be included to each of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages at any time, so whenever you decide you need it, you can order it with several clicks and our administrators will activate a range of automated checks for the status of various system processes on the hosting machine. This will save you a whole lot of funds for third-party monitoring services from businesses that cannot fix a problem even if they detect one since they will not have access to your hosting server. Our skilled staff can easily fix any problem - a frozen system process, a script that is consuming excessive processing time or memory, and so on. They will figure out what the source of the issue was in order to resolve the latter in the most suited way and will reboot the server if this is necessary to restore its correct functioning. In this way you'll not have to stress about possible problems or deal with administration tasks.