Monitoring and Rebooting
Find out exactly what the Monitoring & Rebooting characteristic entails and why you will be needing it.
Managing your own hosting server may not be very easy and in some cases it might be quite aggravating, specially if you don't have a lot of experience and you aren't certain how to proceed in particular situations. The hosting machine has its own Operating System and processes running on it, which means that you may have to deal with matters which you haven't encountered with a standard shared internet hosting plan where the provider handles the server maintenance while you deal with just your web content through a website hosting Control Panel. In case some service stops responding, for instance, or some process start overloading the hosting server, you shall need to take measures to restore the proper functioning of the hosting server. In the event that you haven't dealt with this kind of situations in the past, you can employ the Monitoring & Rebooting function, that is an element of our optional Managed Services upgrade package.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Web Hosting
It'll take you a couple of clicks to add the Managed Services bundle to the dedicated web hosting plan which you have selected and our knowledgeable group of administrators will start monitoring the machine closely to make certain that it's up and running properly at all times. A variety of automated checks shall also be added, so they will be aware of any issue the minute it appears. High CPU load, an application using too much memory or a system process which has stopped responding are just a few good examples of the problems that we can keep an eye for and deal with once the reason for their appearance is determined. When necessary, the dedicated hosting server shall also be rebooted, so you'll not need to do anything whatsoever on your end. With this service you will not have to pay to third-party monitoring businesses which can only alert you if anything goes wrong but do not have the access to fix an issue.