Monitoring service explication
The Monitoring service provides precise information on the status of your servers, which you use for various services like web, email, DNS, and more.
It allows you to monitor and understand the status of your servers continuously. If you routinely scan your network, you will notice various concerns, such as component failure or excessive traffic. Furthermore, if an issue arises, a service like this will warn you automatically by email, text, or another mechanism such as webhooks.
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Everybody wants to avoid DNS downtime! Unfortunately, it affects your reputation, annoys your loyal and potential clients, and costs you money.
DNS downtime is the time your domain name won’t be resolved to its corresponding IP address. During that time, clients won’t be able to use your service or load your domain. An error will be pointed out every time they request it.
The Domain Name System (DNS) is the keystone for the Internet to work. No matter its dimension and importance, it also suffers from vulnerabilities, hacking attempts, software and hardware issues, networks’ problems, database corruption, etc. And if it stops, your domain also will.
How can you prevent DNS downtime?
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A firewall is a security technology (hardware, software or both) to protect networks through specific functionalities and security rules. For instance, monitoring incoming and outgoing traffic, filtering of traffic, blocking the access for unauthorized outsiders, suspicious traffic, and also malicious software.
Firewalls divide the private part of a network from the public part of the interconnection supplied by the Internet.
What does a firewall do?
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