Weekly OS Update
What precisely does a weekly Operating System update consist of? Why do server owners need this kind of service?
Each virtual or dedicated hosting machine has its own Operating System and functions independently from the hosting servers of other clients. Updating the OS is usually ignored, but doing that may have lots of advantages for your websites. The most important reason to employ the newest version is that patches are typically released to deal with security holes within the Os code, so if you do not install the updates, you risk people with malicious intentions to use these holes and to access your content. OS updates are also released for enhanced efficiency of the system in general and for far better compatibility with the hardware available on the market, which can instantly influence the efficiency of your websites. If the performance and the security of your scripts is the reason to update them, you might also find out that their most up-to-date versions require an updated Os to be able to function properly, so keeping the OS up-to-date is always recommended.
Weekly OS Update in Dedicated Servers
If you get one of our dedicated servers and you want to have an up-to-date Os, but you have not managed your own hosting machine before and you're not confident how to do that or you simply do not have enough time to take care of the server, you can take advantage of the Operating system update service that is integrated in our Managed Services package. Our administrators can set up the latest patches for the Operating system that you have selected for the server - CentOS, Debian or Ubuntu, and they shall ensure that all your applications are operating correctly after that. The updates are performed every week, so you'll always have the latest Operating System version and you won't need to concern yourself with any OS-related security problems.