With SpectraCloud’s fully managed Linux VPS hosting, customers can take advantage of SpectraCloud’s extensive experience in managing Linux servers. This allows businesses and individuals to turn network management over to a team of network professionals at a low price. For this price, customers will receive:

1. Hardware management

All Linux VPS customer data is stored on SpectraCloud’s powerful hardware, and SpectraCloud Hosting staff is responsible for the purchase, manage, and replacement of hardware. Hardware is monitored by SpectraCloud Hosting 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

2. Software installation

SpectraCloud will install all standard third-party software for Linux VPS customers at no additional cost. Configuration and troubleshooting is the customer’s responsibility, but SpectraCloud can make every effort to ensure the software is operational on their end.

3. O/S assistance

SpectraCloud’s support doesn’t stop at the hardware level. The company can troubleshoot any operating system problem the customer reports, as well as problems with the control panel that goes with SpectraCloud’s Linux VPS accounts. We will also install OS updates and security patches thrice in a year. We will send a prior notification to all managed clients. We will perform this task for the managed clients who confirm their convenient time for this task.

4. Fast response time

SpectraCloud’s helpdesk provides quick support anytime you need it. Each Linux VPS account comes with two hours of free admin support each month.

Ultimate Benefits Of Fully Managed Linux VPS

Linux VPS hosting provides a secure vps hosting on a dedicated linux server. Because SpectraCloud Hosting data centres stores your data on dedicated server space, clients don’t have to worry about the issues that can occur when sharing server space with other websites, including known potential problems with sharing IP addresses. Managed hosting gives customers full technical support, as opposed to unmanaged hosting that requires the customer to maintain software and hardware on their own.