Monitoring and Rebooting in VPS Web Hosting
If you opt to host your internet sites or offline programs on one of the Linux VPS web hosting packages which we supply, you'll be able to add the Managed Services upgrade at any time and from that second on our admins shall monitor your entire system very closely. Automated checks for various processes shall be activated and our knowledgeable team shall be notified the minute some unforeseen predicament appears - a script that isn't responding, a frozen process, an application which takes excessive physical memory or CPU processing time, etc. Our administrators shall identify what caused the problem and will fix it or will reboot the hosting machine when necessary so that it can continue its proper functioning. The Monitoring & Rebooting part of the Managed Services bundle will save you time and money since you shall not have to pay to a third-party organization to monitor your hosting server remotely, not mentioning that they cannot access your server to do anything in the event that an issue appears.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Servers Hosting
Adding the Managed Services package to your dedicated servers hosting package is as simple as clicking a button on the order page or inside your billing Control Panel and given that the service is enabled, our system admins will keep tabs on all system processes on your hosting machine 24/7 in order to make sure that everything is operating precisely how it has to. An automated system will alert them as soon a problem appears, so they can troubleshoot it to discover what induced it and will then take care of it immediately. Frozen processes, software components that have shut down or programs that employ an excessive amount of physical memory are just a handful of examples of the things our knowledgeable team will look for and deal with. A third-party monitoring firm can only inform you that there's some problem with a certain system service, but they will lack the means to do anything about it since they won't be able to access your machine.