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Technical Information

A root server is a physical system which is exclusively used by you. Bigger projects or services need a good quality, very good performance and much more stability. Therefore the usage of multiple root servers clustered together are necessary.
Our rootservers are always based on the newest high quality hardware to ensure very good performance and stability. If you want to purchase single servers you can see the prices under the link "Product overview". If you need a specialized individual system contact us directly via Due to our long time experience in load balanced clusters, high availability clusters and storage systems we find the perfect system for every need!

More Information about the datacenter can be found here.


We developed the server interface on our own to ensure that we fit the needs of different tasks. It doesnt matter if you purchase a server with our legendaray Full Managed Service or if you want to manage the operating system in your own; in the customer area you find detailed statistics regarding traffic and current load of your server. These information are stored in our database to provide you with a long term view.

For customers without Full Managed Service you can also use functions like reboot, reinstall and change IP configurations.

Full Managed Service

If you are unexperienced with linux operating system management, you want to avoid the risk or want to spend your time on other things - we have the perfect solution for you: Full Managed Service.
When you decide to use our Full Managed Service we will update your operating system (Security patches, updates, basic install, configurations ...) and configure the system to fit your needs (programs, libraries ...).
We also add your system to our monitoring infrastructure. The monitoring infrastructure includes a live monitoring via gKrellm and a longterm monitoring via Zabbix. Thats how we can see current problems and find problems that may come up in the next few months.









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