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Dedicated Servers Explained

When we talk about hosting servers, there are 3 principal sorts - hosting servers, VPS (Virtual Private Servers) and dedicated servers. Shared hosting web servers host numerous clients and hence the resources per account are restricted, VPS offer more configuration freedom, but also influence other virtual private web hosting servers on the hardware node if utilized unwisely, and dedicated servers give you the independence to carry out everything you desire without interfering with anyone else.

Why would you need a dedicated servers?

Dedicated servers are commonly much more expensive than shared servers or Virtual Private Servers. Why would anyone, then, want to use them? The answer is rather simple. If your firm has a repeatedly visited web page, or just has very exact web server configuration requirements, the smartest option would be a dedicated servers. For someone who is inclined to invest in safety and stability, the greater price is not a concern. You obtain complete server root access and can utilize 100 percent of the server's resources without anyone else sharing these resources and intervening with your websites.

Hardware specs

The majority of web hosting distributors, incl. us at Bohohosting, offer several hardware configurations you can choose from in accordance with your necessities. The hardware configurations include different kinds of microprocessors, a different amount of cores, different RAM and server hard disk sizes and different web traffic allowances. You can pick a web hosting CP, which is a convenient interface if you wish to use the dedicated servers for website hosting purposes solely and prefer not to use SSH for all the changes you will be making. We provide 3 sorts of hosting CP software - Hepsia, DirectAdmin and cPanel.

The web hosting Control Panel of your choosing

If you are a self-confident Linux OS user (our servers are powered by Linux or other Unix-based Operating Systems), you could manage your dedicated servers through an SSH connection only. That, however, could be awkward, particularly if you choose to give full server root privileges to somebody else who has less technical expertise than yourself. This is why having hosting CP software pre-installed is a smart idea. The Hepsia Control Panel GUI that we provide does not include complete root-level access and is chiefly appropriate for somebody who has many web sites that swallow lots of system resources, but desires to manage the sites, databases and mail addresses using an intuitive hosting Control Panel. The DirectAdmin and cPanel Control Panels, on the other hand, grant complete root access and have 3 access levels - root, reseller and user. If you plan to resell hosting packages rather than utilizing the dedicated servers only for yourself, you should pick one of these two.

Server monitoring and backup procedures

Last but not least, there is the matter of monitoring the dedicated servers and of backing it up. In case of a problem with your server, such as an unresponsive Apache or a downtime, it is good to have some sort of monitoring system activated. Here at Bohohosting the system administrators monitor all dedicated servers for ping timeouts, and, if you order a Managed Services upgrade, they monitor the individual services on the dedicated servers as well. Backups are also an extra feature - the hosting distributor offers you data backups on our own backup web servers. You could select a type of RAID that would allow you to keep the very same data on 2 server hard drives as a precaution in case of a server hard drive failure, or in case someone whom you have given root-level access erases something accidentally.