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daimonbdaimonb Member
edited September 2011 in Offers

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Comments

  • xen plans added http://www.dmbhosting.co.uk starting from £3.99 a month

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  • InfinityInfinity Member, Provider

    daimonb said: Hypervm

    Hmm.. Anyone still use HyperVM, I know Solus isn't really that much better but still...

  • we also use solus we go with ease of use for the client. After all not everyone knows what there doing and for the majority simplicity is key :)

  • Infinity said: Hmm.. Anyone still use HyperVM, I know Solus isn't really that much better but still...

    I came to a conclusion that most that use HyperVM are experienced + hard working providers. While Solus, you can't tell. just personal thought ;)

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  • InfinityInfinity Member, Provider

    Go59954 said: I came to a conclusion that most that use HyperVM are experienced + hard working providers. While Solus, you can't tell. just personal thought ;)

    I personally don't mind HyperVM apart from the interface, which is a big no-no for me. IMO Solus's new design is nearly on par with HyperVM's design. Not a good sign.

  • Go59954 said: I came to a conclusion that most that use HyperVM are experienced + hard working providers. While Solus, you can't tell. just personal thought ;)

    I disagree. If I'm not mistaken Myresellerhost and Hostrail used HyperVM.

  • FranciscoFrancisco Top Provider

    They used it to cut costs, not because it was better than even solus. For those two providers it's pretty obvious that they needed that $10/m per node to get by.

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  • jhjh Member

    $10 per node really does add up when you have a lot of nodes, and it's only recently that Solus has really brought out any functionality that surpasses HyperVM.

  • FranciscoFrancisco Top Provider

    jtodd said: $10 per node really does add up when you have a lot of nodes, and it's only recently that Solus has really brought out any functionality that surpasses HyperVM.

    Yep. We got to 35 nodes ($350/m) with solus and went 'Huh, thats $4000+ a year! That's like...two trips to Vegas!' and started development on stallion.

    I really do think if I rolled out stallion as a one off purchase deal for companies that it'd get some real interest.

    Francisco

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  • SpiritSpirit Member
    edited October 2011

    daimonb said: 50% off first month

    This is not much popular here at LEB/LET :)

    just saying

  • now changed to life - 50% off for life - only cos the suns out and am in good mood :)

  • @Francisco

    Huh, thats $4000+ a year

    You should see my DA bill.

    $19 a month x 122 servers x 12 months = $27,816. :)

  • I am... scared Mike

  • drmike said: You should see my DA bill.

    $19 a month x 122 servers x 12 months = $27,816

    Would it not be better to just buy the licences? :)

  • drmike said: You should see my DA bill.

    $19 a month x 122 servers x 12 months = $27,816. :)

    So your company that offers shared hosting has 122 servers, and at least you host 250 clients on each server, so 122*250 = 30500 , wow! Meaning company with at least over 30k clients! That must be one of the largest shared hosting providers :X

    daimonb said: now changed to life - 50% off for life

    Great offer, keep it up!

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  • drmikedrmike Member
    edited October 2011

    Would it not be better to just buy the licences?

    The upgrades only apply for a year. You have to buy them as extra afterwards. (edit: Or is it direct tech support? One or the other.)

    We only have 4800 shared clients across 25 servers. The agreement/ contract with our outsourced tech support company allows for a max of 200 (well, we get 225) clients per server. The other servers are leased out whole. (A couple of webcomics, one rather large content provider, a large scale forum, etc.

  • drmike said: The upgrades only apply for a year. You have to buy them as extra afterwards. (edit: Or is it direct tech support? One or the other.)

    Ah, yes, they only offer 90 days technical support on the lifetime licenses.

  • kiloservekiloserve Member
    edited October 2011

    drmike said: The upgrades only apply for a year.

    As far as I know, the upgrades are "forever" on lifetime licenses but tech support is limited.

  • Something like that....

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