Increasingly businesses are investing large amounts in their websites to reach new and existing customers at a low cost and increase revenues. As a result, the website is critical to their business, and contains a large amount of vital and valuable business information. This information is constantly updated automatically, as visitors including customers surf the different pages of the website, and perform different activities. This information is usually stored in databases whose configuration varies depending on the kind and amount of data being stored. The databases are stored in the web server hosting the website.
However, the web server can fail anytime due to a variety of reasons such as hard disk failure, Distributed denial of services (DDOS) attack, viruses, Trojans, malware, equipment failure, natural calamities like earthquakes, floods or fire. In such cases, the critical business data on the server is inaccessible for some time or can be lost completely. This can adversely affect the business, as customer information is missing, and the customer cannot place orders resulting in lost sales. To overcome this problem, it is advisable for every business to purchase or lease a white label backup server to reduce the website downtime to the minimum.
The backup servers white label will be connected to the main server hosting the website in such a way that a backup of the data from the main server is periodically taken in the backup servers. Depending on how critical the information is, the frequency of the backup varies. For very critical applications like internet banking or payment processors, the backup frequency will be very high, to ensure that no data is lost. The backup server should be located at a distance from the main sewer, so that a natural calamity does not affect the backup server simultaneously. Using a white label backup sewer, allows the business to rent any free space available on the backup server to other websites for backups.