Round the clock monitoring of your servers and its components. Initiate a reboot of the server if found down (usually done in 5 mins).
24 hours x 365 days Monitoring of all services:
24 hours x 365 days Monitoring of components such as CPU Load, Memory usage, Filesystems etc.
24 hours x 365 days Monitoring of overall connections to the server, Apache connections and Mysql connections
Monitoring of Hard Disks and RAID (if applies) and replacing the drive(s) or controller before it becomes dead to prevent data loss. Prevents data loss 99% of time.
Tweaking services to suit your unique server.
Recompile the kernel with added security features and optimum modules.
Handling server load issues
Tweak applications such as Apache, Exim, Mysql, PHP, cPanel etc.
Keep applications such as Apache/PHP/cPanel to the latest stable version.
Take care of Abuse issues (spamming, phishing, DDoS attacks etc).
Fix service related issues (such as web server not coming up, email is not being sent etc).
Bi-weekly Server Auditing
Automate data backup
Setup, rebuild and monitor status of both hardware and software RAID.
Server rebuild and backup recovery
Handling abuse issues(such as phishing, spam etc).
Disaster recovery and Hack recovery
Take care of system backup
Keep the server free from Spamming/Phishing/Hack/Virus issues. We have got *our in-house developed toolsthat help us to prevent all these things. Having said that, if any such issues occurs due to a 0 day bug, we have got the expertise to deal with such issues and recover from it and prevent it.
Data loss is an error condition in information systems. This can occurs when valuable and sensitive information on a computer is compromised due to theft, human error, viruses, malware, or power failure.
How Should you backup your data?
Data backup is one of the method to prevent data loss and it is the process of copying or archiving of data to another location for the purpose of being able to restore them in case of data loss.
Replication enables data from one MySQL database server (the master) to be copied to one or more MySQL database servers (the slaves). Replication is asynchronous by default; slaves do not need to be connected permanently to receive updates from the master. Depending on the configuration, you can replicate all databases, selected databases, or even selected tables within a database.