(The Hosting News) – In the latest enhancement to its hosting solutions, Spanish Web host Evalice (www.evalice.com) has begun to use Ksplice (www.ksplice.com), which eliminates the restarts that are typically performed by Web hosting providers on servers when updating the Linux Kernel.
Evalice has begun using Ksplice in all its shared hosting servers offered in the Spanish Web services market. According to Evalice CEO José Luis Monteagudo, Ksplice will help eliminate the downtime that occurs when they are rebooted as part of the security update procedure. These periods in which sites are unavailable negatively impact the popularity of a website, and its ranking in search engines.
Monteagudo said the solution also automates kernel updates, ensuring that new version is automatically installed within a few hours of the release, thus protecting servers from the latest threats and also relieving pressure from Evalice technicians, who would have to otherwise install the updates manually.
Evalice is a provider of innovative professional web hosting in the Spanish market and is constantly looking to improve services to its customers at the lowest possible cost.