Monitoring and Rebooting in VPS Servers
If you decide to host your websites or offline programs on one of the Linux VPS hosting service that we supply, you'll be able to add the Managed Services upgrade whenever you want and from that moment on our admins will monitor your whole system very closely. Automated checks for various processes are going to be enabled and our knowledgeable team will be notified the moment some unforeseen issue presents itself - a script that isn't responding, a frozen process, an application that requires an excessive amount of physical memory or CPU processing time, and so on. Our administrators shall figure out what caused the problem and will take care of it or will restart the hosting machine if necessary so that it can continue its proper operation. The Monitoring & Rebooting part of the Managed Services package will save you time and money because you shall not have to pay to a third-party firm to monitor your server remotely, not mentioning that they cannot access your hosting server to do anything in case an issue appears.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Servers
You can use the Managed Services upgrade with each of our dedicated server services and you could add it to your plan with a few clicks when you subscribe or using your billing Cp. Our system administrators will activate numerous automated internal checks which will track the system processes on your server and will guarantee its uninterrupted functioning. If any software application consumes an excessive amount of memory, uses too much processing time and affects the whole hosting machine or has simply stopped responding, our admin staff shall be alerted at once and will take measures to restore everything in a few minutes. They can identify the reason behind the issue and restart the hosting machine if this sort of an action is necessary to resolve a specific issue. If you use our admin services, you will save cash and time as you will not need to monitor the dedicated hosting server yourself or pay to another firm that can notify you about an issue, but can't do anything to fix it.