Monitoring and Rebooting in VPS Servers
If you decide to host your internet sites or offline apps on one of the Linux VPS web hosting service we supply, you can add the Managed Services upgrade at any time and from that instant on our administrators will monitor your entire system carefully. Automated checks for many different processes will be enabled and our experienced team shall be notified the minute some unforeseen predicament appears - a script which is not responding, a frozen process, an app that takes excessive physical memory or CPU processing time, etc. Our admins will identify what caused the issue and will take care of it or will restart the hosting server if required so that it can return to its proper functioning. The Monitoring & Rebooting part of the Managed Services bundle will save you cash and time because you will not have to pay to a third-party company to monitor your hosting machine remotely, not mentioning that they can't access your server to do anything if an issue appears.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Servers
You could use the Managed Services upgrade with any one of our dedicated server services and you could include it to your plan with several clicks when you subscribe or through the billing Control Panel. Our system administrators will enable a number of automated internal checks which will track the system processes on your hosting server and will guarantee its constant functioning. If any piece of software consumes an excessive amount of memory, uses a lot of processing time and affects the entire hosting machine or has simply stopped responding, our admin crew is going to be notified immediately and will take measures to restore everything in a few minutes. They can determine the reason behind the issue and restart the hosting machine if this kind of an action is necessary to resolve a certain problem. If you use our admin services, you'll save time and cash as you won't need to monitor the dedicated server yourself or pay to another firm which can notify you about an issue, but can't do anything to fix it.