Find out how the weekly backups available with the Virtual Private Servers operate as well as what data is backed up.
We recognize the fact that you might have important information on your virtual or dedicated server, and that's why we offer an optional backup upgrade that you will be able to add whenever you want. While shared web hosting servers are backed up frequently by all hosting service providers, this isn't the case for standalone hosting servers, so unless you keep a copy of your files on your pc, you risk losing important data if something goes wrong - deleting something by accident or updating a script-driven app unsuccessfully, as an illustration. With our additional service, we will create a backup of your data on an individual hosting server as to ensure that we will have a good copy all of the time and that we're able to restore everything the way it was before the issue showed up. The optional upgrade will permit you to take care of your content without needing to worry about possible problems of any kind.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Servers
If you use one of our dedicated servers, you could take advantage of the optional backup service with just 2 clicks. You can include it during the initial signup and have backups generated the minute your hosting server is installed and operating or you'll be able to add it afterwards via your Control Panel in case you decide that you'll need it for the future. With this service, fifty Gigabytes of disk space on an individual hosting server will be reserved for you all the time, so in the event that anything bad happens with a site or some other web application, we could immediately restore the info. You'll be able to get weekly backups not only as an individual service, but also as an element of our Managed Services pack, which includes various other tasks which our admins can do for you like installing third-party software and updating the Operating System of your dedicated server. This would allow you to work on your web apps without needing to worry that something might go not as planned.