Part-Managed VPS Hosting

We take care of everyday tasks like security patching, backup and updates

Most customers will choose part-managed vps servers where the management is done through a control panel, where common functions are presented in a user interface - activities like adding an FTP user or spinning up a new website.

We take care of security patching, backup and updates. So you have the flexibilty of a part-managed VPS providing you with the control of the server environment while safe in the knowledge that we’re taking care of the basics - letting you get on with your business.

What we do

  • Installation: the right operating system for your purpose.
  • Backup: full backup and daily snapshots provide flexible recovery options.
  • Firewall: setup your server's firewall settings to meet your requirements.
  • Security: we take care of patching and security monitoring.
  • Monitoring: proactive monitoring with Pushover, chat, or SMS notifications.
  • Support: excellent UK located support.
  • SSL: automatic certificate renewal.

What you can do

  • root: full access when you need it.
  • Support: contact a FAELIX sysadmin on demand.
  • Email: address and domain control panel.
  • Website: upload files and other assets with SFTP.
  • Database: web-based administration tools.

Virtual CPU cores

Increase the number of cores for better performance. Add RAM for memory-hungry applications.

SSD disks

Improved performance with a blend of solid-state drives, and bulk storage using traditional "spinning rust".

Virtual console

Never be locked out of your server management thanks to our virtual console.

Linux distributions

Debian, Ubuntu, Redhat, CentOS — we support most Linux distributions, plus MikroTik CHR and VyOS.

Service alerts

Our chatops-enabled monitoring will send alerts via Pushover, SMS, and/or your favourite chat system.

DNS services

Anycast authoritative DNS, a slave nameserver service, or self-service administration through our web-based control panel.

Free SSL

Automatically use the Letsencrypt certificate authority to secure your sites for free.

IPv4 & IPv6

We haved fully supported IPv6 on our entire network since 2007.

Latest News

08 November 2019

We've been reading... #1

A post about what we've been reading over the last couple of weeks.

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18 September 2019

Takeaways from UKNOF44

Our highlights from the talks and topics discussed at the UK Network Operators' Forum.

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09 April 2019

The Story of CVE-2018-19299

A tale of scanning IPv6 Address Space… and the remote vulnerabilities it uncovered.

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01 July 2018

Good Internet Manners

About the MANRS initiative, and why Faelix has joined it.

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19 June 2018

Getting Oxidized to Talk to Mattermost

A technical how-to guide for delivering configuration diffs from Oxidized into Mattermost.

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31 May 2018

Trialling ARM Boards as Compute Nodes

As part of our drive to increase energy efficiency we are always looking at new technologies that can help us further this commitment. We have taken inspiration from some of the largest cloud providers and begun trialling ARM-based servers for some of our CRM services.

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08 May 2018

Email Tracking

Explaining our privacy-by-design approach to email tracking in fulcrm.

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05 May 2018

Using Teleport for Service Management

Using an advanced ssh server to adopt best-practice security measures, improve auditability, and empower both your customers and junior staff.

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24 April 2018

General Data Protection Regulation

As the implementation deadline draws closer we've been contacted by a number of customers about GDPR. Here's what we have been doing behind the scenes for the last year.

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27 March 2018

Installing a LeoNTP Stratum 1 GPS NTP Receiver

How do servers know what time it is?

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10 February 2018

Using MooseFS for Distributed Replicated Storage

How we deployed MooseFS for file storage in our CRM.

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23 January 2018

Crashing Safari Notification Agent

The story about discovering a remote denial of service vulnerability in Apple's OS X.

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