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    MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
    edited November 2017 in Offers

    ExtraVM has some limited use promotions right now for Black Friday. All come with DDoS mitigation, IP and network firewall management, SSD or NVMe SSD, IPv6 and fast ticket response times. Availability of each is listed above the plan, availability is at the time of posting and won't be updated.

    Promotion 1 - KVM NVMe Storage
    Avaialbility: 1 ONLY!
    1 vCPU (E3-1270v6, 3.8GHz)
    1GB DDR4 ECC RAM
    100GB NVMe SSD
    5TB Bandwidth
    250Mbps Port
    DDoS Mitigation
    IP & Firewall Management
    SolusVM Control Panel
    Locations: Montreal, Canada
    Promotion Code: None, just order below.
    Price: $5.00 / month
    Order: https://extravm.com/billing/cart.php?a=add&pid=165
    Note: You get full 100GB NVMe SSD, no thin provision

    Promotion 2 - OVZ i7 128MB RAM
    Availability: 10 (5x France, 5x Canada)
    1 vCPU (i7-6700K, 4.0GHz+)
    128MB DDR4 RAM
    5GB SSD
    512GB Bandwidth
    250Mbps Port
    1 IPv4/IPv6
    DDoS Mitigation
    IP & Firewall Management
    SolusVM Control Panel
    Locations: Montreal, Canada
    Promotion Code: None, just order below.
    Price: $12 / year
    Order (Canada): https://extravm.com/billing/cart.php?a=add&pid=62
    Order (France): https://extravm.com/billing/cart.php?a=add&pid=68
    Note: Works on any OpenVZ VPS plan

    Promotion 2 - OVZ i7 Game
    Availability: 10
    1 vCPU (i7-6700K, 4.0GHz+)
    512MB DDR4 RAM
    6GB SSD
    1TB Bandwidth
    250Mbps Port
    1 IPv4/IPv6
    DDoS Mitigation
    IP & Firewall Management
    SolusVM Control Panel
    Locations: Montreal, Canada & Gravelines, France
    Promotion Code: BFOVZ20 (20% off recurring)
    Price: $2.40 / month
    Order (Canada): https://extravm.com/billing/cart.php?gid=11
    Order (France): https://extravm.com/billing/cart.php?gid=15
    Note: Works on any OpenVZ VPS plan

    Promotion 4 - KVM NVMe
    Availability: Until Nov. 30, 2017
    1 vCPU (E3-1270v6, 3.8GHz)
    1GB DDR4 ECC RAM
    15GB NVMe SSD
    2TB Bandwidth
    500Mbps Port
    1 IPv4/IPv6
    DDoS Mitigation
    IP & Firewall Management
    SolusVM Control Panel
    Locations: Montreal, Canada
    Promotion Code: BFKVM25 (25% off recurring)
    Price: $4.50 / month
    Order: https://extravm.com/billing/cart.php?gid=26
    Note: Works on any KVM NVMe VPS plan

    Promotion 5 - cPanel Web Hosting
    Availability: 15
    10GB Storage
    Unlimited Bandwidth
    1 Hosted Domain
    Unlimited MySQL, E-mail, FTP Accounts
    DDoS Mitigation
    LetsEncrypt SSL
    LiteSpeed + CloudLinux
    Locations: Montreal, Canada
    Promotion Code: BFWEB60 (60% off recurring)
    Price: $1.59 / month
    Order: https://extravm.com/billing/cart.php?gid=12
    Note: Works on the Basic web hosting plan

    Promotion 6 - OVZ i7 Game
    Availability: 20
    Locations: Montreal, Canada
    Promotion Code: BFOVZ50 (50% off first month)
    Order (Canada): https://extravm.com/billing/cart.php?gid=11
    Order (France): https://extravm.com/billing/cart.php?gid=15
    Note: Get 50% off the first month on any OpenVZ VPS in Montreal

    Servers are setup instantly unless space has ran out, in which case new systems will be seutp to complete orders but may take up to 2 hours to complete.

    &) While ExtraVM doesn't have an official uptime SLA, any downtime caused by datacenter network or hardware issues is typically compensated to affected clients with 10%-30% credits of last invoice. Official SLA of 99.95% will be implemented in the near future. &) We don't provide or license Windows for KVM VPS. &) All standard Linux operating systems are available, or you can request your own ISO mounted for KVM VPS. &) All accounts go through a manual fraud check shortly after ordering, if an account doens't pass or is considered a risk you will be refunded. &) OpenVZ VPS that exceed 50,000 conntrack or 200K PPS may be automatically suspended to prevent issues for other clients &) ExtraVM provides a 3 day refund period, if you're not happy with the services provided please open a ticket requesting a refund.

    Thanked by 1MikePT

    Comments

    • Awesome deal! Thanks!

      Thanked by 1maldovia

      I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

    • I have some reverse proxies there, very happy with the network. Haven't been ddos'd (and don't really expect to), so I can't comment on the mitigation part.

      Thanked by 1MikeA
    • Everything seems good but 250Mbps Port is a real deal breaker for me.

    • What is the make/model of the NVMe drives if you don't mind my asking?

      #lexit spread the word.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
      edited November 2017

      @willie said:
      What is the make/model of the NVMe drives if you don't mind my asking?

      The ones on the KVM servers are SSDPE2ME012T4

    • That's an Intel S3710. Pretty good! Thanks.

      #lexit spread the word.

    • ..now what the heck do I do with this thing since the RAM is only 1G? Use a few gigs as swap and crosscompile?

      I keed, I keed!

      I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      @WSS said:
      ..now what the heck do I do with this thing since the RAM is only 1G? Use a few gigs as swap and crosscompile?

      I keed, I keed!

      I added an extra 512M if it's useful any.

      Thanked by 1WSS
    • @MikeA You're awesome.

      I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

    • @WSS said:
      Awesome deal! Thanks!

      Seriously?

    • @cheapwebdev said:

      @WSS said:
      Awesome deal! Thanks!

      Seriously?

      I've got some data to chew through, and 100GB NVMe should be nice and fast. Why- you want it?

      I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

    • @WSS said:

      @cheapwebdev said:

      @WSS said:
      Awesome deal! Thanks!

      Seriously?

      I've got some data to chew through, and 100GB NVMe should be nice and fast. Why- you want it?

      When you put it like that...

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      I added another single NVMe plan with less disk and bandwidth, if anyone is interested and has a use.

      1 vCPU (E3-1270v6, 3.8GHz)
      1GB DDR4 ECC RAM
      50GB NVMe SSD
      2.5TB Bandwidth
      500Mbps Port
      DDoS Mitigation
      IP & Firewall Management
      SolusVM Control Panel
      Locations: Montreal, Canada
      Price: $4.00 / month ($48/year)
      https://extravm.com/billing/cart.php?a=add&pid=166

      Thanked by 3willie WSS eva2000
    • PieHasBeenEatenPieHasBeenEaten Member, Moderator

      @mikea got any stock on anything?

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      @PieNotEvenEaten said:
      @mikea got any stock on anything?

      The $12/y plans are the only cheap deal I have now. I don't have much of the KVM left anyways (regardless of the deals), sorry :!

    • williewillie Member
      edited November 2017

      MikeA said: I added another single NVMe plan with less disk and bandwidth, if anyone is interested and has a use.

      Nice! I went ahead and bought, just to try out an NVMe vps. It really does feel speedy. I don't know if I'll keep it (prefer west coast US) but it's a terrific offer. (struckout since I just realized what a lucky break I got!) When you say single plan do you mean there was just one? If yes, lucky me (and it does look that way)!

      Edit: the fast SSD will be nice for running a search engine, if I put up another one of those!

      #lexit spread the word.

    • @willie To most people, "single" doesn't mean "Self plus two hands".

      I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

    • WSS said: @willie To most people, "single" doesn't mean "Self plus two hands".

      Well I thought it meant one more VM configuration. Of course the earlier 100GB one was even more amazing, but this is also great. Thanks MikeA!

      #lexit spread the word.

    • I'm still dredging through basic DNS and other goodness. I haven't had a chance to play much with the NVMe. Very good?

      I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      @WSS said:
      @willie To most people, "single" doesn't mean "Self plus two hands".

      sure about that?

    • williewillie Member
      edited November 2017

      WSS said: I haven't had a chance to play much with the NVMe. Very good?

      It seems to me that software installations (apt-get install) went faster than usual. The box is very responsive but I don't know if the difference between it and regular SSD is really noticeable for normal interactive stuff (program load times etc). The big win is high iops which matters most with random access patterns like databases or search engines. I'd say this vm feels faster than my 1gb BuyVM slice despite being further away, but that may be a matter of noisy neighbors etc. I believe BuyVM uses consumer SSD's like Samsung EVO.

      Added: my cheesy "benchmark" was "du -a /usr | wc" which took under 0.5 seconds for around 40k files on the NVMe system, vs 3+ seconds for around 70k files on the BuyVM slice.

      Thanked by 2WSS uptime

      #lexit spread the word.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider
      edited November 2017

      @willie said:

      WSS said: I haven't had a chance to play much with the NVMe. Very good?

      It seems to me that software installations (apt-get install) went faster than usual. The box is very responsive but I don't know if the difference between it and regular SSD is really noticeable for normal interactive stuff (program load times etc). The big win is high iops which matters most with random access patterns like databases or search engines. I'd say this vm feels faster than my 1gb BuyVM slice despite being further away, but that may be a matter of noisy neighbors etc. I believe BuyVM uses consumer SSD's like Samsung EVO.

      It could be CPU limits in place, if you have a smaller slice, since they're dedicated resources. Don't think anything else would really make a big difference for something like that (unless compared to a 7.2k drive or something)

      The NVMe stuff won't matter to most people.

    • @MikeA said:

      @WSS said:
      @willie To most people, "single" doesn't mean "Self plus two hands".


      sure about that?

      YOU LIMB-ENABLER!

      I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

    • williewillie Member
      edited November 2017

      MikeA said:

      It could be CPU limits in place, if you have a smaller slice, since they're dedicated resources.

      They only activate the cpu limits if you really burn a lot of cpu. Mine is usually idle but I occasionally do cpu-intensive things like compilations, and usually get the full speed of the core.

      I wonder though if my whole disk image was in the host node's RAM cache when I did that test, since I'd installed the VM around half an hour earlier at most. So that would mean I was comparing RAM vs consumer SSD. The Intel DC3710 is also around 10x as expensive per GB as consumer drives, and has lots more iops.

      Thanked by 1MikeA

      #lexit spread the word.

    • Awesome Promo #1 is wasted on me. Debian sure updates quickly, but now I really don't know what to do with it. Tons of bandwidth and 100G of space which is not bad. I'm fine if someone else wants it. @MikeA, what sayeth thou?

      I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      @WSS said:
      Awesome Promo #1 is wasted on me. Debian sure updates quickly, but now I really don't know what to do with it. Tons of bandwidth and 100G of space which is not bad. I'm fine if someone else wants it. @MikeA, what sayeth thou?

      Cancel or transfer to someone. I have a few more available already.

      Thanked by 1WSS
    • @MikeA said:

      @WSS said:
      Awesome Promo #1 is wasted on me. Debian sure updates quickly, but now I really don't know what to do with it. Tons of bandwidth and 100G of space which is not bad. I'm fine if someone else wants it. @MikeA, what sayeth thou?

      Cancel or transfer to someone. I have a few more available already.

      In that case- what would it cost to bump my RAM up a little? I don't expect to use much, but even php-fpm tends to shit itself when you've got 100 vanity domains.

      I won't be back until @bsdguy is released.

    • MikeAMikeA Member, Provider

      @WSS said:

      @MikeA said:

      @WSS said:
      Awesome Promo #1 is wasted on me. Debian sure updates quickly, but now I really don't know what to do with it. Tons of bandwidth and 100G of space which is not bad. I'm fine if someone else wants it. @MikeA, what sayeth thou?

      Cancel or transfer to someone. I have a few more available already.

      In that case- what would it cost to bump my RAM up a little? I don't expect to use much, but even php-fpm tends to shit itself when you've got 100 vanity domains.

      can't, sorry, it was already priced lower than my regular 1GB plan.

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