Understand how the weekly backups provided with the Virtual Private Servers operate and what data is protected.
Even when you work with the most efficient hardware and software available, there's always a possibility that something may go wrong after some update, for instance. In these conditions, it would be very helpful if you have a backup of your content since you will steer clear of or lessen the loss of files and you'll be able to restore the correct functioning of your sites right away. When you use a shared web hosting account, standard backups are made by your service provider, but this is not the situation if you've got a virtual or a dedicated server and a predicament could lead to the loss of important information. To avoid this kind of scenarios, we provide a backup upgrade for our hosting server plans, so that we are able to keep a copy of your data safely on an individual hosting server and restore the content if necessary. This way you will not have to worry about losing anything even when you have very important data on the server.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Hosting
If you get one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages
and you determine that you need a backup of your content, you'll be able to add this service with a number of mouse clicks and our system shall start keeping copies every week immediately. You can get the upgrade together with the server or at some point later on using your billing Control Panel in case that you don't need backups from the very start. The service will grant you fifty gb of disk space on an independent machine and this content may be restored on our end. Even though we examine the components and the software before we hand over any new dedicated hosting server, you could never know if some update won't fail, so in the event you have valuable information on the web server, you would be better off with this upgrade. Backups can also be found with the Managed Services upgrade, which incorporates a lot of other useful management tasks that we supply to our customers.