Monitoring and Rebooting
What exactly does the Monitoring & Rebooting option contain? For what reason would you want to have your web hosting server monitored and rebooted?
In case you aren't quite tech-savvy or in case you have not managed a hosting server, you may have some difficulties in certain situations when you need to handle a virtual or a dedicated machine. As every standalone hosting server has its own Operating System and various programs and processes running, you shall most likely run into different problems such as a frozen process or one that's loading the hosting server substantially. With a shared web hosting account these things are addressed by the provider, but this just isn't the case if you use a hosting server of your own, and so you have to resolve the issues yourself. When you do not have the abilities or the time to handle this kind of matters, you could consider the Managed Services upgrade that we offer. Among other things, it offers 24/7 monitoring of your hosting server and the processes functioning on it, so in the event that anything happens, our admins can easily resolve the issue and reboot the machine so as to recover its proper functioning.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Servers Hosting
It will take you a few clicks to include the Managed Services package to the dedicated servers hosting
plan you have selected and our skilled group of admins will begin monitoring the machine closely to make certain that it's working properly at all times. Numerous automated checks will also be added, so they will be aware of any problem the second it appears. High Central processing unit load, an application using far too much memory or a system process which has stopped responding are only a few examples of the problems we can keep an eye for and resolve once the basis for their appearance is determined. If needed, the dedicated hosting server will also be restarted, so you won't have to do anything whatsoever on your end. With this service you will not need to pay to third-party monitoring companies that are only able to alert you if anything goes wrong but do not have the access to fix a problem.