KKBOSS also provide Dedicated Server service in Singapore Data Center.
This is a total solution, including Server Management support.
Linux Dedicated Server
- Operating System: CentOS Linux(64bits)
- CPU : 1 x Intel Quad Core Xeon E3-1230, 8MB Cache, 3.20Ghz CPU, 1333Mhz FSB
- Memory : 8 GB RAM DDR3/ECC Memory Module
- Hard Drive : 2 x 1TB 3.5″ SATA Drive RAID1
- Control Panel : DirectAdmin
- Database : MySQL ready
- Bandwidth : 1Mbit/s Dedicated Bandwidth (1 Mbps Guaranteed), 2 Mbps Burstable, Unlimited Transfer
- 24 x 7 Technical Support
- 1st Level Support – Remote Eye & Remote Hand Support
- 2 IP Addresses
- Server Brand : Serverware
- Server Location : Acsenix Data Center in Singapore
- 99.9% Uptime
- Server ready for use : 7 working days after full payment.
- Payment Method : Quarterly (3 months)
Setup fee(one time): RM500
Free Setup Fee if paid for 1 year
Price per unit
Malaysian Ringgit = Rm 2,300 per month
Singapore Dollar = $960 per month
RAID 1 (mirroring without parity or striping)
- data is written identically to multiple drives, thereby producing a “mirrored set”; at least 2 drives are required to constitute such an array. While more constituent drives may be employed, many implementations deal with a maximum of only 2; of course, it might be possible to use such a limited level 1 RAID itself as a constituent of a level 1 RAID, effectively masking the limitation.
- The array continues to operate as long as at least one drive is functioning. With appropriate operating system support, there can be increased read performance, and only a minimal write performance reduction; implementing RAID 1 with a separate controller for each drive in order to perform simultaneous reads (and writes) is sometimes called multiplexing (or duplexing when there are only 2 drives).
1st Level Support
- The responsibility of 1st Level Support is to register and classify received Incidents and to undertake an immediate effort in order to restore a failed IT Service as quickly as possible.
- If no ad-hoc solution can be achieved, 1st Level Support will transfer the Incident to expert Technical Support Groups (2nd Level Support).
- 1st Level Support also processes Service Requests and keeps users informed about their Incidents’ status at agreed intervals.
KVM over IP (iKVM)
KVM = Keyboard, Video(or visual display unit) and Mouse
KVM over IP devices use a dedicated microcontroller and potentially specialized video capture hardware to capture the video, keyboard, and mouse signals, compress and convert them into packets, and send them over an Ethernet link to a remote console application that unpacks and reconstitutes the dynamic graphical image. This KVM over IP subsystem is typically connected to a system’s standby power plane so that it’s available during the entire BIOS boot process. These devices allow multiple computers to be controlled remotely across a wide area network, local area network or telephone-line using the TCP/IP protocols. There are performance issues related with LAN/WAN hardware, standard protocols and network latency so user management is commonly referred to as “near real time”. And, remote KVM over IP devices offer much smaller matrix frameworks.
Access to most remote or “KVM” over IP devices today use a web browser but proprietary viewer software can increase performance. A consideration of the viewer software relative to a browser based application is the area of ActiveX or Java security. Well formed implementations can be found across the major vendors today, yet there are many entry-level implementations that may not be as robust when it comes to security, performance and reliability. Important to note is that many of the stand-alone viewer software applications provided by many manufacturers are also reliant on ActiveX or Java. In addition, each major manufacturer is free to use various licensing mechanisms, some based on numbers of target devices, some based on numbers of users, and some based on numbers of sessions. In comparison to conventional methods of remote administration (for example Virtual Network Computing or Terminal Services), a KVM switch has the advantage that it doesn’t depend on a software component running on the remote computer, thus allowing remote interaction with base level BIOS settings and monitoring of the entire booting process before, during, and after the operating system loads. Modern KVM over IP appliances or switches typically use at least 128-bit data encryption securing the KVM configuration over a WAN or LAN (using SSL)
KVM over IP devices have been implemented in many different ways. For the graphics capture portion, PCI based KVM over IP cards use a variation of a technique known as screen scraping where the PCI bus master KVM over IP card would access graphics data directly from the graphics memory buffer. In these cases, the PCI card must know which graphics chip it is working with, and what graphics mode this chip is currently in so that the contents of the buffer can be interpreted correctly as picture data. Newer techniques such as those used by OPMA management subsystem cards and other implementations obtain the video data directly from the graphics chip using the industry standard DVI bus. There are also a variety of ways to emulate the keyboard and the mouse remotely, but newer implementations emulate USB based keyboards and mice using the management controller.