Preventing Website Failure Before it Becomes an Emergency

Every website comes with day-to-day operations, maintenance and server management to help identify potential points of failure, optimize performance and ensure that all applications and databases run smoothly and efficiently. If your not managing the website and its infrastructure you could easily find yourself in an emergency situation.

by David Northcutt

The phone rings, its 2am and you find out the hard way that your website has crashed. Your losing opportunities and revenue for every minute that your website is down, and the worst part is nobody is quite sure what caused your website to break…let alone how to get it up and running again. 

Was it the application you recently installed, an error in the database, more traffic than your server can handle, a programming or code error, have you lost critical data, did your system get hacked?   

In a few hours your support lines will start ringing faster than your in house team can manage, that is if you’re lucky enough to have an internal technical and customer service team, to handle such calls. Truth is most website owners do not have the staff it takes to support a website itself, let alone plan ahead for disaster situations.

Over the last decade, many of our clients came to us during their time of crisis only to find quick identification of the problem and remediation amongst a team of certified engineers, programmers, and web developers.

Imagine their relief to also learn that once their website was back up and running at its optimal performance that they could rely on nTier Managed Services to prevent future occurrences of catastrophe.

Every website comes with day-to-day operations, maintenance and server management to help identify potential points of failure, optimize performance and ensure that all applications and databases run smoothly and efficiently. Thanks to nTier Managed Services, potential risks for failure can be identified and prevented helping you to protect your investments and reputation.