System Managment

Systems Management

Windows server management

Nowadays there are many windows server management companies that offer server administration and management. But what they accomplish is restarting or in other cases reinstalling software services instead of investigating the real cause and not providing a permanent solution, .This fact is what separates our windows server management team from others. Each member of our team has a minimum of 5+ years of experience in managing windows servers and have assisted in all types of problems related to IIS, DNS, MySQL, MS-SQL, etc. Below are some of the key systems / services we offer full support.

  • Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2012
  • New Server Setup
  • Server Migration
  • Security Audi
Linux Server Management

Linux are the most popular and secure servers in the web hosting industry More than 78% of the websites worldwide are on Linux Servers. Linux distributions are the foundation of the LAMP server-software combination. If you want to learn Linux then you do not need any management services, you can play with it, crash it, reinstall it, upgrade it, it is not a problem at all. But for business servers you need a professional server management because the longer your server is offline the more losses there will be in your business. You can sign up to benefit from our professional linux server management service and our experienced team will be available 24 × 7 to resolve all your issues. If you have just purchased a new server then we will decide from scratch to do the installation of all the necessary software

  • RedHat Enterprise  5.x, 6.x
  • CentOS 5.x, 6.x, 7.x
  • WebServer – Apache, Nginx, Varnish, Litespeed
    • Database – MySQL
    • DNS – Named(bind), NSD
    • Mail Server – Qmail, Postfix, Exim, Dovecot
        • PHP Handler – php-fpm(php-fcgi), mod_php, cgi & modules installation
        • Perl  with modules installation
        • Server Security and Hardening
      • New Server Setup
      • Nginx Installation
      • Server Migration
      • Server Security Audit
Virtualization Services

Server computers are machines that store folders and applications on computer networks. Some have central processing units (CPUs) with multiple processors that give servers the ability to run complex tasks with ease. Network administrators usually dedicate each server to a specific task or application. Many of these tasks will not “fit in” well with the others – everyone needs their own dedicated car. A server application makes it easier to find problems that may arise. This is a simple way to modernize a computer network from a technical point of view.

There are some problems with this approach, one is that they do not take advantage of the processing power of modern computers. Most servers use only a small fraction of their overall processing capabilities. Another problem is that as a network expands it becomes more complex, the servers start to take up more physical space. A data center can become overcrowded with racks and servers consuming a lot of power and generating high temperatures.
Server Virtualization tries to address both of these issues. Using special software, an administrator can convert a physical server to multiple virtual machines. Each virtual server acts as a separate physical device, capable of running its own operating system (OS).