Learn how the weekly backups available with the Virtual Private Servers operate and what data is backed up.
Unlike a shared Internet hosting account where the data is backed up by the provider, when you use a virtual or a dedicated server you'll have to keep manual backups since this kind of a service isn't provided by default. As good as a web server may be, there is always the possibility that something could go wrong. As an example, you can delete some content by mistake or a script-driven application could get damaged after an update. In the event that you have a backup, you'll not need to concern yourself with this kind of problems because the content could be easily restored. As it may not be really handy to do this all the time on your end, we provide an optional backup service for each of our server solutions and we shall store a copy of your content on an independent hosting server to be certain that it's unharmed no matter what. With the upgrade, you could work on your server without needing to worry that you could lose any information due to any reason.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Web Hosting
If you employ one of our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages, you could reap the benefits of the optional backup service with only a few mouse clicks. You could include it during the initial signup and have backups made the moment your web server is installed and operating or you could add it later from your Control Panel if you decide that you'll need it for the future. With this service, fifty Gigabytes of disk space on an individual server will be reserved for you at all times, so in case anything goes wrong with a website or some other web app, we can promptly restore the info. You could get weekly backups not only as a separate service, but also as part of our Managed Services pack, which incorporates various other tasks that our admins can perform for you such as installing third-party applications and updating the OS of your dedicated server. This would permit you to work on your web apps without worrying that something may go not as planned.