Dedicated managed Hosting
Dedicated hosting also known as managed hosting service in which the client leases the entire network without sharing with anyone else.
As only one person or an organization makes use of the entire network including the choice of hardware and operating systems etc. thats why it is considered to be more flexible than shared hosting.
Complex managed hosting is the one in which both the physical dedicated servers are present that is Hybrid server(combination of physical and virtual) and virtual servers.
There are many similarities that exists between standard and complex managed hosting but the main difference is the level of administrative and engineering support that the customers need to pay for which may include the increased size an complexity of the infrastructure deployment.
The provider steps in for taking over most of the management, that includes memory, storage, security, and IT support. The service is primarily proactive in nature.
Server administration can be provided by the hosting company as an add-on service. In some of the cases, a dedicated server has the ability to offer less overhead and a larger return on investments.
Dedicated servers are most of the times are housed in data centers, similar to that of colocation facilities, that provides redundant power sources and HVAC systems.
In contrast to colocation, the server hardware that is owned by the provider and in some of the cases they provide support for the operating system or the applications.
Server management can include the following:
Operating system updates, application updates, server monitoring, SNMP hardware monitoring, application monitoring, application management, technical support and many more.
For the security purpose:
Providers often deploy various kinds of software programs for scanning systems and networks for obtrusive spammers, invaders, hackers, and other harmful problems.
Limitations of this kind of hosting includes:
Adult content is not allowed.