Monitoring and Rebooting
Discover exactly what the Monitoring & Rebooting option entails and the reason why you will be needing it.
In the event that you aren't quite tech-savvy or in case you haven't managed a server, you might have some difficulties in particular circumstances when you need to handle a virtual or a dedicated server. As every standalone hosting server has its own Operating System and various applications and processes going, you shall almost certainly come across different problems such as a frozen process or one that's loading the machine substantially. With a shared web hosting account all these things are handled by the provider, but this isn't the case when you use a server of your own, so you must resolve the issues yourself. When you do not have the abilities or the time to take care of this sort of issues, you could consider the Managed Services upgrade which we offer. Among other things, it includes 24/7 monitoring of your server and the processes functioning on it, so in case anything happens, our admins can resolve the problem and restart the machine so as to recover its proper operation.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Hosting
You could use the Managed Services upgrade with each of our dedicated hosting packages and you'll be able to include it to your plan with a couple of clicks when you subscribe or through your billing Cp. Our system admins will activate a variety of automated internal checks that will keep track of the system processes on your machine and will ensure its uninterrupted operation. If any piece of software consumes too much memory, uses a lot of processing time and affects the whole hosting machine or has simply stopped responding, our administrator crew will be alerted immediately and will take measures to restore everything within a couple of minutes. They can identify the cause of the problem and reboot the server if this type of an action is necessary to eliminate a particular problem. If you use our admin services, you'll save time and cash as you will not have to monitor the dedicated hosting server yourself or pay to another company that can notify you about a problem, but can't do anything to fix it.