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Choice of VPS plan (KVM) for $ 120 - $ 130 /month

I'm looking for a new vps kvm to migrate my cpanel accounts that I have divided into 2 instances ovh public cloud.

I have seen the following options, which recommended?.

Option 1: Speedykvm
32GB ECC RAM (31GB usable)
Xeon E3-1230 (8 CPU)
4x 960GB SSD (1750GB usable)
Hardware RAID 10
Full KVM Virtualization
30TB Transfer, 1Gbps Port
1 IPv4 ($1 for more), /64 IPv6

$129.00 / month

Option 2: Buyvm
32 GB Memory
8 Cores @ 3.50+ GHz
640 GB SSD Storage
40 TB @ 1000 Mbps
$120.00 / month

Any better alternative for this price?

Comments

  • FranciscoFrancisco Top Provider

    Thanks for the interest :) I can pop on an extra 100Gb of space if you wanted the big slice.

    We do include a /64 of IPv6 and DDOS protection is also available if that was ever a concern.

    To be fair I don't quite have the same personal touch that Gordon does... >> <<

    Francisco

    BuyVM - Free DirectAdmin, Softaculous, & Blesta! / Anycast Support! / Windows 2008, 2012, & 2016! / Unmetered Bandwidth!
    BuyShared - Shared & Reseller Hosting / cPanel + Softaculous + CloudLinux / Pure SSD! / Free Dedicated IP Address
  • Speedykvm has good connection and 100TB transfer and HW raid 10. A end-client usse the storage plan and has 100% uptime from 6 months ago. the negative, are some comments about Gordon/Incero in wht.

    About buyvm, I used it in the past, were very competitive plans, and good QoS. And apparently the dedicated slices are only raid-1.

    Rgds

    pd shileno por chile?

  • @century1stop

    Perhaps so the node is monitored and fixed by someone else?

    wget https://s.flamz.pw/dl/bench.sh && bash bench.sh

    curl https://s.flamz.pw/analytics/bench/stats.php

  • century1stopcentury1stop Member
    edited September 2016

    like managed? dedicated won't need fixing :) (will be havoc if it did)

    @FlamesRunner said:
    Perhaps so the node is monitored and fixed by someone else?

  • If he is serving latam maybe better go with @Francisco based in East coast

  • netomxnetomx Member, Moderator

    Latin America

  • latam = Latin America

    Thanked by 1century1stop
  • @Francisco said:
    To be fair I don't quite have the same personal touch that Gordon does... >> <<

    Top kek

    🐴 $2/mo 512MB KVM - Unmetered bandwidth. $1.25 for 256GB Block Storage - from BuyVM (aff)

  • pbgbenpbgben Member, Provider

    Buy two dedicated servers, setup replication and have high availability?

    Thanked by 1geekalot
  • @Francisco is a person that doesn't reply like an arse, not even in the worst scenarios ( when he or his company could be somehow judged).
    I can't say the same about Gordon. He mistreated me via PM in the past while asking him some stuff which didn't him to react that way.

    Thanked by 1simonindia
  • @smicroz said:
    pd shileno por chile?

    Si, no soy muy original para los nombres de usuario jajaj


    I go with buyvm

    Thanked by 1inthecloudblog
  • euservreuservr Member
    edited September 2016

    We can provide below config dedicated server in Amsterdam, (Leaseweb Server)

    Intel Xeon E3-1230 CPU

    32GB RAM DDR3

    4x1TB SATA2 HDD or 2x120GB SSD

    1Gbps dedicated port

    100TB Bandwidth

    Cost $90 usd/month

    Offshore Vps Hosting

    6GB RAM, 3Core, 1Gbps @ $22/mo [NL/RU]

  • For that money mate, to serve latam i would likely be thinking an e5 dedi at wholesaleinternet in the states and a failover/load balance at OVH Canada. Should get a lot of different paths between the 2 (though i stand to be corrected) and good times to the americas.
    Others may have better suggestions of pairs you could use anycast with.

  • shileno said: $129.00 / month

    I believe you can use LET code to cut the price to $97/m.

  • Hello, what location do you need? currently we offer plans with low and high ram in US, if you want contact us by email to see if we can fit your needs

  • @euservr said:
    We can provide below config dedicated server in Amsterdam, (Leaseweb Server)

    Intel Xeon E3-1230 CPU

    32GB RAM DDR3

    4x1TB SATA2 HDD or 2x120GB SSD

    1Gbps dedicated port

    100TB Bandwidth

    Cost $90 usd/month

    nl is a tad far away from latam..
    check maps.google.com

  • vapornodevapornode Member, Provider

    We could provide you the 8 CPU cores and 32GB RAM, but not the large SSD space. How much storage do you require?

    Our services are located in Tampa, FL on a network that has great connectivity to Latin America.

    VaporNode | Tampa Florida VPS, Resource Bundles, Dedicated Servers, Colocation | Proactive Management, DDoS Protection
  • WilliamWilliam Member, Provider
    edited September 2016

    mycosys said: Should get a lot of different paths between the 2 (though i stand to be corrected) and good times to the americas.

    WSI is essentially Cogent and HE, both to be forgotten for South America. OVH works but also only as long the Miami peering is not overloaded.

    Thanked by 1mycosys
  • JonchunJonchun Member, Provider

    To be fair I don't quite have the same personal touch that Gordon does... >> <<

    So THAT's why Aldyric hasn't been fired yet.

    Thanked by 1Francisco
  • GigsGigsGigsGigs Member, Provider

    Hi,

    With this price, I am suggesting using Dedicated Server instead .

    Your reasons of using KVM because of cheaper CPanel License ?

    • GigsGigs.com - Asia / Singapore / Hong Kong 1Gbps Dedicated Server, E5 at $99/month
    • GigsGigsCloud.com - Asia / Hong Kong 100Mbps VPS , from $2 .
  • @William said:

    WSI is essentially Cogent and HE, both to be forgotten for South America.

    It's pure HE now, they've dropped cogent:
    http://bgp.he.net/AS32097#_asinfo

  • joerijoeri Member, Host Rep, LIR
    edited September 2016

    @shileno

    I can provide you a dedicated server

    Supermicro

    Intel Xeon E3 1270v3 3.50Ghz

    32GB DDR3

    2x500GB SSD Raid 1

    30TB traffic | 1Gbps uplink

    For $120 each month

    Setup time - 1 hour

    **If you really want a VPS i can offer you this
    **

    8 Cores (2x Intel Xeon E5 2620v4)

    32GB DDR4

    500GB SSD (Raid 10)

    30TB traffic (1Gbps)

    For $120 each month

    IP's can on your name if you like :-)

  • PrColoPrColo Member
    edited September 2016

    If interested I have a 2x E5-2660, has 2x500GB SSD can add hw raid 32GB DDR3 ram and 1G/b unmetered bw. Would take me 5 days to set it up still waiting on some my raid cards to come in, price can be discussed as I do not rent out dedicated servers often.

  • mycosysmycosys Member
    edited September 2016

    @William said:

    mycosys said: Should get a lot of different paths between the 2 (though i stand to be corrected) and good times to the americas.

    WSI is essentially Cogent and HE, both to be forgotten for South America. OVH works but also only as long the Miami peering is not overloaded.

    Where wuld you recommend as a colo in the west/southwest with good latam connectivity under $75 a month (what is left from $130 for an e5 at OVH)? This would seem to be the best idea for performance and redundancy, unless there is a better path that avoids miami peering for redundant paths?

    (btw - i know its subconscious but you seem so much friendlier without the zionist flag. To be clear - i am pro Semite, but anti-zionist).

  • 32GB ECC RAM (31GB usable) Xeon E3-1230 (8 CPU) 4x 960GB SSD (1750GB usable)

    nice....

    Nothing for the moment

  • MikePTMikePT Member, Provider

    @dedicados said:
    32GB ECC RAM (31GB usable) Xeon E3-1230 (8 CPU) 4x 960GB SSD (1750GB usable)

    nice....

    Works really well. I'll write a review today, got one of those servers.

  • dedicadosdedicados Member
    edited September 2016

    MrGeneral said: Works really well. I'll write a review today, got one of those servers.

    Can you share the link please? or is on the main website?

    found it.

    Thanks

    Nothing for the moment

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