Monitoring and Rebooting in VPS
If you add the Managed Services upgrade to any one of the VPS packages we provide and so long as it is enabled for your account, our system administrators will keep an eye on your hosting server at all times. A number of automatic checks tracking different system processes shallalso be added, therefore in case any issue shows up, our well-trained staff shall be notified immediately and shall work on your server until the issue is sorted out. If for whatever reason the virtual server runs out of memory or some process freezes, they shall check out what caused the issue and shall then restart the server to restore all system processes and the proper functioning of any site or offline app you have on the machine. With this service you'll not have to keep track of your Virtual private server at all times or pay for pricey third-party services from other businesses that can inform you about an issue, but can't resolve it.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Hosting
You could use the Managed Services upgrade with any of our dedicated hosting packages and you'll be able to include it to your plan with a few mouse clicks when you subscribe or through your billing Control Panel. Our system administrators will enable a variety of automated internal checks which will track the system processes on your server and will ensure its uninterrupted functioning. If any software application consumes an excessive amount of memory, uses far too much processing time and affects the entire hosting machine or has simply stopped responding, our administrator crew shall be informed straight away and will take measures to restore everything within a couple of minutes. They can find out the reason behind the problem and restart the hosting machine if this type of an action is necessary to eliminate a particular issue. If you use our administration services, you will save money and time as you will not need to monitor the dedicated hosting machine yourself or pay to another firm which can notify you about an issue, but can't do anything to resolve it.