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Your server requires regular maintenance and tuning to perform at its best. At Muviereck Technologies, we monitor, protect and tune your servers. You can focus more on the product and let us take care of the supporting hardware & software.

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Server Monitoring

We use top notch softwares like Zabbix and NagiOs to monitor your server 24 X 7. Whenever system reaches a critical state or if a service is down, our notification system in place, will notify us and our geeky engineers get into action to resolve it.

Server Update Software System

Keeping your system up-to-date will protect your application and server from many threats and attacks, we keep watch on system and security updates for OS and Applications, make a choice to install them, if it is safe and doesn’t break your application

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Server Backup

Having an Disaster recovery plan is as important as running your server or applications. Rest assured that our team always takes Point-in-Time Backups of server, application and database. In case of any catastrophic events, we can immediately pull from our backups and be back online in no-time.

Firewall Protection

Having complete control over traffic is one of the important aspect of owning a server, Muviereck Technologies will harden your server security to heights that you can have control of where data should flow into server and who should access your data.

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FAQ For Networking

Server monitoring is the practice of gaining visibility into the activity on your servers - whether physical or virtual. Servers are equipment (or increasingly, programs) that store and process information that is delivered to other devices, applications, or users on-demand.

The leading Server Monitoring tools are:

  • Zabbix 
  • Nagios
  • CloudMonix
  • Datadog
  • Dynatrace
  • LogDNA
  • New Relic One
  • Site24x7
  • Sumo Logic
  • General Host and Server Monitoring: CPU, Memory, Disk, Network and Process utilization
  • Database Monitoring: Database Instance Activity, Query behavior, and User Activity.
  • Messaging: Email Database Response and Server Utilization
  • Web Server: Network Bandwidth, Busy and Idle Threads, Throughput
  • Application Server: Resource Issues, Transaction Volume
  • Monitor server uptime and data loss.
  • To track the server's responsiveness.
  • Knowing the server's capacity, user load, and speed.
  • To detect and avoid server issues before they occur.

A backup server is a type of server that allows data, files, programmes, and databases to be backed up locally or remotely. Backup storage and retrieval services are provided to connected computers, servers, or other devices.

The top Server Backup Softwares:

  • Acronis Cyber Backup
  • Veeam
  • Unitrends Data Center Backup and Recovery
  • Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud.
  • MSP360
  • Altaro VM Backup
  • Rubrik
  • Druva Phoenix
  • N-able Backup

The 3-2-1 backup strategy simply states that you should have three copies of your data (production data and two backup copies) on 2 different media (disk and tape), with one copy off-site for disaster recovery.

There are mainly three types of backup: 

  • Full (Entire data set, regardless of any previous backups or circumstances)
  • Differential (Additions and Alterations since the most recent full backup)
  • Incremental (Additions and Alterations since the most recent incremental backup)






Storage Space


Medium to High


Backup Speed




Restoration Speed





Media Required for Recovery


Most recent backup only


Most recent full backup & most recent differential backup


Most recent full backup & all incremental backups since full backup


Stores a lot of duplicate files

Stores duplicate files

No duplicate files

A firewall is a type of security mechanism that can be implemented as either hardware or software on a computer. It can assist in network security by acting as an intermediary between your internal network and external traffic. It checks for attempts to obtain access to your operating system and prevents incoming traffic from unknown sources.

A firewall acts as a gatekeeper between your computer and the internet. It acts as a traffic controller, monitoring and filtering incoming requests for your operating system.

A firewall manages network traffic to protect your computer and data. It achieves so by restricting undesirable network traffic. A firewall verifies access by scanning incoming communication for dangerous code that could infect your system.

Firewalls are divided into two categories: software and hardware. A hardware firewall is a physical space between your network and gateway, A software firewall is a computer program that monitors port numbers and applications.

A firewall is recommended for everybody who uses the internet. Your computer and personal data are protected from a variety of cyberthreats.

A firewall isn't the only way to secure your home network. Install the latest operating system, web browser, and security software on all internet-connected devices. Secure your wireless router as well. This may include renaming your router, evaluating your security settings, and setting up a guest network for visitors.

Firewalls manage network access while antivirus software protects against harmful viruses.

A hardware firewall is a device that stands between your network and your gateway. A software firewall is an internal program that works with ports and apps.