Dedicated Hosting Servers Description
Dedicated hosting refers to a service whereby the customer purchases a whole physical server and does not share its resources with anyone else. The chief benefit of the dedicated hosting solution over the shared web hosting one is its power and flexibility. With a dedicated hosting web server, the clients have full independence and complete control over their web presence.
High-Quality Dedicated Hosting Services
4 GB DDR3 RAM
2x250 GB HDD Hard Drives
8 GB DDR3 RAM
256 GB SSD Hard Drive
With the dedicated hosting servers provided by us, you will be able to choose an OS for your physical server and install any software supported by it owing to the complete root-level access you are bestowed with and the secure SSH connection. All dedicated hosting packages offer powerful hardware configurations, a rock-solid network connectivity, one dedicated IP address and abundant hard disk space, web traffic and RAM memory allowances for your increasing web hosting necessities. Each dedicated hosting web server is backed up by a ninety-nine point nine percent server uptime service-level agreement and is configured on your behalf free of charge. You can make use of the Memcache memory caching system and the Varnish Cache web accelerator. Furthermore, you are offered PgSQL, NodeJS and InnoDB support, as well as a hosting Control Panel of your choosing. The Hepsia and DirectAdmin hosting Control Panels are free of cost, but you can also order cPanel as an upgrade.
Extra Features and Upgrades
And if you need support handling your dedicated server, you could consider ordering our administration services. The latter vary with the different hosting suppliers. At St. Clare Web Hosting, we offer up to 50 gigabytes of data backup storage space, weekly weekly Operating System updates, server monitoring, custom software installation and script troubleshooting services. All these services are offered during the account setup procedure, but you can also request them from your Dedicated Plan Manager tool later.