Monitoring and Rebooting
Learn how with the Monitoring & Rebooting feature you could prevent potential downtimes and optimize your server's performance.
Managing your own hosting server might not be super easy and in some occasions it may be quite annoying, specially if you don't have much experience and you are not sure what to do in specific cases. The server has its own Os and processes running on it, therefore you might have to deal with challenges which you haven't encountered with a standard shared hosting package where the provider addresses the server maintenance while you handle just your web content via a website hosting Cp. In case some service stops responding, for instance, or some process start overloading the server, you shall need to take measures to restore the correct operation of the hosting server. In the event that you haven't dealt with this type of situations before, you can use the Monitoring & Rebooting function, which is an element of our optional Managed Services upgrade package.
Monitoring and Rebooting in VPS Servers
If you decide to host your websites or offline applications on one of the VPS servers
which we supply, you could add the Managed Services upgrade whenever you want and from that moment on our administrators will monitor your entire system very closely. Automated checks for a number of processes will be activated and our seasoned team will be notified as soon as some unforeseen predicament shows up - a script that isn't responding, a frozen process, an application which requires excessive physical memory or CPU processing time, etcetera. Our administrators will identify what caused the issue and will take care of it or will reboot the hosting machine if needed so that it can return to its proper functioning. The Monitoring & Rebooting part of the Managed Services bundle will save you time and cash because you will not need 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 a problem appears.