Xeon Scalable 6c
Xeon 3204/similar1.9 GHz (6 Cores)
16 GB DDR4 ECC REG RAM
2x240 GB nvme Hard Drives
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Xeon Scalable 10c
Xeon 4210/similar2.2 GHz (10 Cores)
32 GB DDR4 ECC REG RAM
2x480 GB nvme Hard Drives
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Xeon Е5 2650L v4
Intel Xeon Е5-2650L V4 1.70 GHz (14 Cores)
32 GB DDR4 RAM
2x240 GB SSD Hard Drives
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How Dedicated Hosting Functions
When we speak of hosting web servers, there are three basic categories - shared web hosting web servers, VPS (virtual servers) and dedicated servers
. Shared web servers accommodate a lot of customers. So the system resources per user account are restricted, virtual private server
packages offer more configuration autonomy but also affect other virtual hosting servers on the hardware node if used rashly. Dedicated servers allow you to perform everything you think fits without meddling with anyone else.
Why would you require a dedicated server?
Why would anyone, then, use them? The reply is quite simple. If your firm has a data-heavy web portal or just has very special server setup requirements, the best option is a dedicated server. Dedicated servers are normally much more expensive than shared web hosting servers or virtual hosting servers. The higher price is not a problem for somebody willing to invest in security and reliability. You gain full root access and can utilize 100 percent of the hosting web server's system resources without anyone else accessing these resources and interfering with your web pages.
The majority of shared hosting
distributors, including us at Web9.cloud, offer several different hardware architectures you can choose from according to your needs. The hardware configurations offer different varieties of microprocessors, a different number of cores, different RAM and server hard disk sizes, and different monthly traffic quotas. You can pick a web hosting Control Panel, which is the suitable software if you would like to utilize the hosting server for web hosting purposes only and prefer not to resort to an SSH terminal for all the changes you will be making. We offer three types of Control Panel software - Hepsia, DirectAdmin, and cPanel.
The Control Panel of your choosing
Suppose you are a confident Linux OS user (Linux or other Unix-based OSs power our dedicated hosting servers). In that case, you could manage your dedicated server via a Secure Shell tunnel exclusively. That, however, could be awkward, particularly if you decide to grant root access to somebody else who has less technical skills than yourself. Having a web hosting Control Panel software activated is an excellent idea. The Hepsia hosting Control Panel
user interface that we provide does not offer full root-level access and is mainly appropriate for someone who owns a lot of web portals that absorb lots of resources, but prefers to manage the web pages, databases and e-mails via an intuitive web hosting Control Panel. The DirectAdmin and cPanel web hosting CPs, on the other hand, give you full server root privileges and include three levels of access - root, reseller, and user. If you plan to resell hosting
accounts instead of using the dedicated hosting web server solely for yourself, you should pick one of these two.
Web server monitoring and backup procedures
Last but not least, there is the matter of monitoring the dedicated server and backing it up. If there is a problem with your web hosting server, such as a non-responsive Apache or network downtime, it is desirable to have some monitoring platform enabled. Here at Web9.cloud the system administrators monitor all dedicated servers for ping timeouts. If you order a Managed Services upgrade, they also monitor the individual services on the dedicated server. Backups are also a bonus option - the web hosting solutions
provider offers you data backups on our own backup web servers. You could select a kind of RAID that would permit you to save the very same data on two hard disk drives as a protective measure in case of a hard drive failure or case someone to whom you have ranted full root-level access deletes something by mistake.