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Catalyst Is Back with Unmetered VPS Offers for Black Friday!

ryanarpryanarp Member, Provider
edited November 2019 in Offers

CatalystHost Black Friday
You might remember Catalyst, as it has been around since 2012. Catalyst was founded by Ryan Arp and Jarland Donnell, with the goal of being honest and transparent in the industry. It's so easy to hide behind a fake image of "professionalism" and forget that your customers are real people with real dreams that they want to see accomplished by using your product. That's what led Catalyst to take the human approach to hosting.

In the years that Catalyst has been quiet, the brand has been increasingly known for offering high bandwidth allocations and reasonably priced, highly reliable servers. After all this time, I'm bringing a new list of offers for you guys, for this Black Friday! They may not be the bottom of the barrel on price, but I think you'll find them to be above average on consistent quality.

Before the offers, let me get to the BLACK FRIDAY part of the offer, the part that elevates the offers from awesome to amazing:

All servers $5/m or above, purchased between now and the end of Monday (Dec 2, US/Central timezone), will be upgraded to UNMETERED BANDWIDTH! The upgrade will be applied within 48 hours after the order. All YEARLY SERVERS can be upgraded to UNMETERED BANDWIDTH for $12/year.

Offers (OpenVZ 7)

Here's a bench.sh run from a system you would be provisioned on:
https://pastebin.com/RQmEwCim

All servers come with 1x IPv4 and a /64 IPv6 subnet. All servers are provisioned in Dallas, TX on the Hivelocity network.

Package: Mini v2

1 CPU Core
256MB RAM (128MB Swap)
20GB Storage
15TB Bandwidth
DDOS Protected
$24/year
Order Here

Package: Micro v2

1 CPU Core
512MB RAM (256MB Swap)
30GB Storage
20TB Bandwidth
DDOS Protected
$36/year
Order Here

Package: Demi v2

1 CPU Core
1GB RAM (512MB Swap)
40GB Storage
25TB Bandwidth
DDOS Protected
$48/year
Order Here

Package: 2GB v2

2 CPU Cores
2GB RAM (512MB Swap)
60GB Storage
50TB Bandwidth
DDOS Protected
$5/month
Order Here

Package: 3GB v2

3 CPU Cores
3GB RAM (512MB Swap)
100GB Storage
75TB Bandwidth
DDOS Protected
$7/month
Order Here

Comments

  • jcalebjcaleb Moderator

    I got one @ryanarp thank you!!!!

    Thanked by 1ryanarp
  • Just dropping by to say that the network on these servers is the fastest and most stable that I have ever encountered. I've been on their Seattle node for a few months now without incident.

    For extreme network consistency this is your best bet... nothing in Seattle really compares in that regard. Seriously. The value here is unreal.

    Thanked by 1ryanarp
  • ryanarpryanarp Member, Provider

    @Syntats said:
    Just dropping by to say that the network on these servers is the fastest and most stable that I have ever encountered. I've been on their Seattle node for a few months now without incident.

    For extreme network consistency this is your best bet... nothing in Seattle really compares in that regard. Seriously. The value here is unreal.

    Thanks for the kind words, we work really hard to maintain a stable network and keep everything solid.

  • can you tell more from ddos protection? How good ddos protection? I have gaming server and thinking add GRE tunnel from my server to your server ITS possible? blocks l7? L4? Custom udp flood?

  • painfreepcpainfreepc Member
    edited December 2019

    WOW, this is a great service, i had a vps back in 2013, i was very green, i had no ideal how to use the KVM, Catalyst help (hand hold) me out a lot, never asked for a extra penny for the extra service.

  • just logged in, my account still works!

  • It's possible to upgrade for a big plan in future keeping unmetered bandwidth?

  • @painfreepc said:
    just logged in, my account still works!

    You should explicitly indicate that your signature is a referral link

    Thanked by 1FAT32

    "Linux will run happily with only 4 MB of RAM, including all of the bells and whistles such as the X Window System, Emacs, and so on." (M. Welsh & L. Kaufman, Running Linux, 2e, 1996, p. 32)

  • Is this a vps?

  • ryanarpryanarp Member, Provider

    @Learntolive said:
    can you tell more from ddos protection? How good ddos protection? I have gaming server and thinking add GRE tunnel from my server to your server ITS possible? blocks l7? L4? Custom udp flood?

    I have not had much experience with it, as well we normally don't get attacks. When an attack is detected, the IP is routed behind mitigation. This mitigation filters many common attacks and allows clients to continue to use their server normally.

  • ryanarpryanarp Member, Provider

    @mtsbatalha said:
    It's possible to upgrade for a big plan in future keeping unmetered bandwidth?

    Sure, we don't take it away if you order it and upgrade.

  • ryanarpryanarp Member, Provider

    @MMS said:
    Is this a vps?

    Yes, this is an OpenVZ 7 VPS.

  • ryanarpryanarp Member, Provider
    edited December 2019

    @painfreepc said:
    WOW, this is a great service, i had a vps back in 2013, i was very green, i had no ideal how to use the KVM, Catalyst help (hand hold) me out a lot, never asked for a extra penny for the extra service.

    We have been around for a while because we keep our services stable and help take care of customers :) Thanks for the kind words.

  • I don't know what I'll use it for, but I had to snag one while I could. Catalyst goes above and beyond, and that's not even including the free chicken.

    (Mildly related: I remember the last time I got a Catalyst VPS with unmetered bandwidth!)

    "We are in a prison drama. This is like The Shawshank Redemption, only with more tunneling through shit and no fucking redemption."
  • ryanarpryanarp Member, Provider

    @ihatetonyy said:
    I don't know what I'll use it for, but I had to snag one while I could. Catalyst goes above and beyond, and that's not even including the free chicken.

    (Mildly related: I remember the last time I got a Catalyst VPS with unmetered bandwidth!)

    Chicken is always good! If you ever make it to Dallas, shoot me a message.

  • painfreepcpainfreepc Member
    edited December 2019

    I got my server don't forget my UNMETERED BANDWIDTH

  • is Jarland Donnell still into catalyst?

  • jarjar Provider

    @hyperblast said:
    is Jarland Donnell still into catalyst?

    I left when I signed a noncompete with hostgator in 2013. But me and Ryan are basically family so if anything happened to him I'd look out for Catalyst, and vice versa with me and MXroute.

  • ryanarpryanarp Member, Provider

    @painfreepc said:
    I got my server don't forget my UNMETERED BANDWIDTH

    I never forget :) It will be added tonight.

  • @ryanarp said:

    @painfreepc said:
    I got my server don't forget my UNMETERED BANDWIDTH

    I never forget :) It will be added tonight.

    thanks


  • Speedtest Monster v.1.4.6 2019-10-29
    Region: Global https://bench.monster/speedtest.html

    Usage : curl -LsO bench.monster/speedtest.sh; bash speedtest.sh -Global

    OS : Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS (64 Bit)
    Virt/Kernel : OpenVZ / 4.15.0
    CPU Model : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2670 0 @ 2.60GHz
    CPU Cores : 4 @ 3164.941 MHz x86_64 20480 KB Cache
    CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Enabled
    Load Average : 0.00, 0.05, 0.05
    Total Space : 197G (809M ~1% used)
    Total RAM : 28 MB / 4096 MB (359 MB Buff)
    Total SWAP : 0 MB / 1024 MB

    Uptime : 0 days 0:5

    ASN & ISP : AS54540, Incero LLC
    Organization : Catalyst Host
    Location : Millinocket, United States / US

    Region : Maine

    ## Geekbench v4 CPU Benchmark:

    Single Core : 3203 (VERY GOOD)
    Multi Core : 10717

    ## IO Test

    CPU Speed:
    bzip2 : 105 MB/s
    sha256 : 150 MB/s
    md5sum : 485 MB/s

    RAM Speed:
    Avg. write : 1740.8 MB/s
    Avg. read : 5358.9 MB/s

    Disk Speed:
    1st run : 957 MB/s
    2nd run : 951 MB/s
    3rd run : 848 MB/s


    Average : 918.7 MB/s

    ## Global Speedtest

    Location Upload Download Ping

    Speedtest.net 835.41 Mbit/s 906.98 Mbit/s 8.046 ms
    USA, New York (AT&T) 218.49 Mbit/s 299.37 Mbit/s 39.662 ms
    USA, Chicago (Windstream) 427.76 Mbit/s 566.69 Mbit/s 20.426 ms
    USA, Dallas (Frontier) 896.36 Mbit/s 905.50 Mbit/s 1.135 ms
    USA, Miami (Frontier) 296.85 Mbit/s 390.54 Mbit/s 31.788 ms
    USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum) 356.61 Mbit/s 431.41 Mbit/s 41.662 ms
    UK, London (Community Fibre) 189.88 Mbit/s 320.35 Mbit/s 105.515 ms
    Germany, Berlin (DNS:NET) 137.89 Mbit/s 222.19 Mbit/s 126.079 ms
    Spain, Madrid (Adamo) 149.39 Mbit/s 133.82 Mbit/s ping error!
    Italy, Rome (Unidata) 144.89 Mbit/s 178.83 Mbit/s ping error!
    Russia, Moscow (MTS) 104.54 Mbit/s 262.00 Mbit/s 158.207 ms
    Israel, Haifa (013Netvision) 122.53 Mbit/s 175.44 Mbit/s 163.353 ms
    India, New Delhi (Airtel) 45.17 Mbit/s 39.40 Mbit/s 251.128 ms
    Singapore (FirstMedia) 26.05 Mbit/s 18.92 Mbit/s 233.830 ms
    Japan, Tsukuba (SoftEther) 110.63 Mbit/s 92.84 Mbit/s 137.202 ms
    Australia, Sydney (Yes Optus) 69.06 Mbit/s 53.82 Mbit/s 190.022 ms
    RSA, Randburg (Cool Ideas) 21.10 Mbit/s 17.59 Mbit/s 280.652 ms

    Brazil, Sao Paulo (Criare) 89.65 Mbit/s 265.95 Mbit/s 150.681 ms

    Finished in : 9 min 9 sec
    Timestamp : 2019-12-11 05:03:30 GMT
    Saved in : /root/speedtest.log

    Share results:
    - http://www.speedtest.net/result/8842641278.png
    - https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/15022336
    - https://clbin.com/8Estv

    Thanked by 1ryanarp
  • vyas11vyas11 Member
    edited December 2019

    India, New Delhi (Airtel) 45.17 Mbit/s 39.40 Mbit/s 251.128 ms
    Singapore (FirstMedia) 26.05 Mbit/s 18.92 Mbit/s 233.830 ms

    Those are good numbers.

    Thanked by 1ryanarp
  • will docker work on your vps's

  • ryanarpryanarp Member, Provider

    We can certainly enable support for it. To my knowledge it’s supported the same as in OpenVZ6

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