The UPS and the diesel generator are 2 instruments for keeping a web server functioning in case there are troubles with the main power source - an outage or shaky current that cannot keep the machine functional, for example. UPS is an abbreviation for Uninterruptible Power Supply, though it is oftentimes called Uninterruptible Power Source as well. The UPS is, basically, an effective battery which is attached to the machine and to the power network consistently, so in case there is any disruption, it is already functioning, which allows the server to continue doing the job without losing any info. The diesel generator is an engine that will power up the entire data center. It does take some time to begin working and it's the UPS which gives it this time. Those 2 power solutions are a necessity for any facility or hosting company that wants to prevent info loss and hardware damage as a result of an unexpected electric power issue.
UPS & Diesel Back-up Generator in Shared Web Hosting
We offer you Linux shared web hosting packages in three of the biggest data centers worldwide. They're located in the U.S., in the UK and in Australia. Considering that data safety and server uptime are our priorities, the 3 facilities have numerous backup systems against electric power outages. A few diesel generators can keep the servers operational for hours or even for several days and each and every machine that's part of our cutting-edge cloud platform has its own enterprise-class UPS to keep it working until the generators begin working. This setup is amongst the reasons why we're able to promise a 99.9% web server and network uptime, so if you host your sites in a shared account with our company, you will take full advantage of a fast and extraordinary service and never having to worry about any disturbances due to power outages.