The 2 most typical reasons to get a hosting server of your own are if a shared web hosting account is unable to deal with the load of the Internet sites hosted within it or if the Internet sites need particular software to be running on the hosting server, but it cannot be installed on a shared hosting server. In these scenarios you can get your own hosting server, but this also means that you will be in control of its maintenance, which is not the case with a shared hosting server where the hosting provider does everything. In this light, we have designed a Managed Services upgrade, which could be added to any of our web server plans if you don't have the time or the capabilities to handle your machine. Our system admins shall install and troubleshoot software, update your Operating System and much more so as to provide you with the chance to focus on building your Internet sites as opposed to addressing various maintenance tasks.

Managed Services Package in VPS Hosting

You could order the Managed Services upgrade for any one of our virtual private server solutions either during the signup procedure or later on using your billing account if you require it. You'll be able to also choose if you will do this only once and not renew the upgrade the next month or if you'll use the service for as long as you use the virtual private server given that a wide range of things are included. For instance, if you set up some software on the hosting server and something bad happens, we will be able to restore everything the way it was as the Managed Services upgrade comes with standard backups of the entire VPS. Also, our admins shall keep track of the machine and the processes going on it, so they could restart it if needed. They shall also set up any third-party software which you need or troubleshoot a script application that doesn't work adequately. They'll also ensure that your virtual private server works as efficiently as possible as they will update the Operating System using the latest security updates that are introduced.