Monitoring and Rebooting
Discover how with the Monitoring & Rebooting feature you will be able to prevent potential downtimes and optimize your server's performance.
In case you aren't quite tech-savvy or if you have never managed a hosting machine, you might have some difficulties in particular cases when you need to manage a virtual or a dedicated hosting server. Since every standalone hosting server has its own Os and various apps and processes going, you will most likely encounter different problems like a frozen process or one which is loading the machine noticeably. With a shared web hosting account these things are addressed by the provider, but this just isn't the case when you use a hosting server of your own, thus you have to resolve the issues yourself. When you don't have the knowledge or the time to manage this sort of matters, you could consider the Managed Services upgrade which we offer. Amongst other things, it offers 24/7 monitoring of your hosting server and the processes going on it, so if 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
The Managed Services bundle can be added to each of our dedicated web hosting plans
anytime, so whenever you decide you need it, you can order it with a couple of clicks and our admins will enable a variety of automated checks for the status of various system processes on the server. This will save you loads of funds for third-party monitoring services from organizations which cannot resolve an issue even if they detect one since they won't have access to your machine. Our skilled team can quickly fix any issue - a frozen system process, a script that's consuming an excessive amount of processing time or memory, etc. They will figure out what the source of the issue was so as to take care of the latter in the best suited way and will reboot the hosting server if that is necessary to restore its correct functioning. That way you will not have to stress about potential problems or deal with administration tasks.