What info do the weekly VPS backups include? How does this backup service work?
In contrast to a shared web hosting account in which the info is backed up by the provider, when you use a virtual or a dedicated server you will have to keep manual backups because this type of a service is not supplied by default. As great as a hosting server could be, there is always a possibility that something may go wrong. For instance, you can delete some content accidentally or a script-driven app could get damaged after an update. In case you have a backup, you will not need to concern yourself with this kind of issues because the content can be easily restored. As it may not be really convenient to do this all the time on your end, we supply an optional backup service for all our server solutions and we shall store a copy of your content on a separate server to make certain that it is undamaged no matter what. With the upgrade, you can work on your server without needing to worry that you could lose any info due to any reason.
Weekly Backup in Dedicated Servers
When you pick one of our dedicated servers
, it will take you just a few mouse clicks to add the backup service which we offer, so you'll not need to be concerned about any valuable data that you have on the server. The upgrade comes with fifty gigabytes of disk space on an individual machine and goes through once a week. You'll be able to acquire it together with the dedicated hosting server and have backups from the beginning or you can include it in an existing account via the billing CP. The standard backups are also included within our Managed Services bundle, that shall make the administration of your dedicated hosting server easier since it incorporates other useful functions as well - Operating System updates, custom work from our professionals, etcetera. With a copy of your data kept safely, you can develop your Internet sites and keep them up-to-date at all times because you will always have a backup that can be restored within a matter of minutes if anything goes wrong.