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[NEW SETUP] VMware ESXi, DDoS Protection, Zurich DC, Bitcoin accepted - from $3/month

incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

DDoS protected Bitcoin VPS in Zurich, Switzerland based on VMware ESXi hypervisor with pricing starting at stupidly low 3 USD / month

High availability VPS connected to a multihomed DDoS protected network through a 10 Gbps port. Based on VMware ESXi hypervisor and NAS storage. Starting at just $3 per month (minimum billing cycle - 1 month)

  • Virtually instant server deployment
  • Free DDoS protection up to 10 Gbps
  • No single point of failure solution
  • Fast and redundant SAN storage
  • 99.9% uptime SLA guarantee
  • VMware ESXi hypervisor
  • 10 Gbps network connection
  • Firewall, snapshots and automatic backups
  • Multiple OS templates including ArchLinux, Gentoo, Fedora, Ubuntu, Centos etc
  • DNS hosting and PTR
  • Top-notch Interxion data center in Zurich, Switzerland
  • Strict privacy policy inspired by Swiss laws on data protection
  • Anonymous payment via Bitcoin / Litecoin

Here's a typical node configuration that we use for VPS deployment: 2 х E5-2697 v3 @ 2.60 GHz, 384 GB RAM ECC/REG, storage based on HA SAN, 4 x 10 Gbps network interfaces, Arista network switches with sub-500 nanosecond latency.

VPS-V0

  • 1 CPU Core
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 20 GB of Storage
  • 1 TB of Bandwidth
  • 10 Gbit/s port
  • Free DDoS Protection
  • 2.98 USD / 2.74 EUR / 3.00 CHF MONTHLY -- ORDER

VPS-V1

  • 1 CPU Core
  • 1024 MB RAM
  • 30 GB of Storage
  • 2 TB of Bandwidth
  • 10 Gbit/s port
  • Free DDoS Protection
  • 4.97 USD / 4.57 EUR / 5.00 CHF MONTHLY -- ORDER

Operating Systems

  • Arch Linux 2015.04 x64
  • CentOS 5.4 x64
  • CentOS 5.4 x86
  • CentOS 6.5 x64
  • CentOS 6.5 x86
  • CentOS 7.1 x64
  • ClearOS Community 6.2 x64
  • ClearOS Community 6.2 x86
  • CloudLinux Server 6.4 x64
  • Debian 7.0 x64
  • Debian 7.0 x86
  • Debian 8.0 x64
  • Elastix 2.4 x64
  • Fedora 21 x64
  • Fedora 22 x64
  • Gentoo 2015.03 x64
  • openSUSE 12.1 x64
  • openSUSE 12.1 x86
  • openSUSE 13.1 x86
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 x64
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.0 x64
  • Scientific Linux 6.2 x64
  • Scientific Linux 6.2 x86
  • Ubuntu 12.04 x64
  • Ubuntu 12.04 x86
  • Ubuntu 14.04 x64
  • Ubuntu 14.04 x86
  • Ubuntu 15.04 x64

DDoS Protection

Protection against attacks up to 10 Gbps is provided free of charge. Upgrade to 400 Gbps protection is available for extra charge of 50 CHF per each CPU core.

Premium Support

CoinsHost provides 24/7 sales and technical support via live chat (text messaging), email and support tickets. Premium 1-hour SLA support.

Payment Methods

We accept Bitcoin (BTC), Litecoin (LTC) and Nextcoin (NXT) instantly and with no middleman involved. You can also pay for CoinsHost products and services with Bank Wire, PayPal, Credit Cards, WebMoney and Perfect Money. Bitcoin price may fluctuate as it depends on its market value.

Minimum billing cycle - 1 month.

Swiss Hosting Provider

Comments

  • Hm, possibly interesting.

    Anyone with a service have any feedback to share?

    Here lies Nekki. He loved massive amounts of storage, K-Pop and calling people cunts.

  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator, Moderator

    @Nekki said:
    Hm, possibly interesting.

    Wow, that's pretty effusive for you!

    For LET support, please visit the support desk.

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @Nekki said:
    Hm, possibly interesting.

    Anyone with a service have any feedback to share?

    Just as the thread title says we've implemented a VMware setup recently and you won't be able to find any feedback on it yet since it's brand new.

    Nevertheless here's some feedback on the previous setup http://lowendbox.com/blog/incloudiblycoinshost-switzerland-xen-vps-starting-at-9-24usdquarter-for-512mb/

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • incloudibly said: Just as the thread title says we've implemented a VMware setup recently and you won't be able to find any feedback on it yet since it's brand new.

    I was looking for feedback on you as a provider, not this specific offer.

    Thanks for your concern over my ability to read though.

    Here lies Nekki. He loved massive amounts of storage, K-Pop and calling people cunts.

  • patrick7patrick7 Member, LIR

    Test-IP?

    RIPE NCC member | IPv4 & IPv6 & ASN: https://www.ipv4.ch/ | 5x /24 available |

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider
    edited January 2016

    @Nekki said:
    Thanks for your concern over my ability to read though.

    Just let me know if there's anything else I can do for you.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider
    edited January 2016

    @patrick7 said:
    Test-IP?

    46.28.201.21

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • NyrNyr Member
    edited January 2016

    Nekki said: any feedback to share?

    They experienced some very long downtime a year or so ago. They advertise 10 gbps but network wasn't good at all and nothing near 10 gbps or even a single gigabit.

    Maybe they've changed a lot during the last year, but I somehow doubt it.

    Even the thread he's linked you has multiple people complaining about uptime and performance.

    Thanked by 1Nekki
  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @Nyr said:
    Even the thread he's linked you has multiple people complaining about uptime and performance.

    Indeed there were issues with OnApp setup that made us rebuild and improve the whole VPS environment. Here's what's new: Xen/OnApp discontinued and replaced with VMware ESXi. Free DDoS protection added to all plans. Minimum billing cycle is back to 1 month.

    Don't hesitate to request a free trial to make sure that the new setup is a really juicy deal.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • NyrNyr Member

    @incloudibly I would seriously like to trust you because it's a great offer, but it's... difficult.

    You guys also claim to have 400 gbps of available connectivity which considering the size of your network is... very doubtful.

    Sorry but I can't trust you. And it's a shame because I would love to get a deal like this.

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @Nyr said:
    incloudibly I would seriously like to trust you because it's a great offer, but it's... difficult.

    You guys also claim to have 400 gbps of available connectivity which considering the size of your network is... very doubtful.

    Sorry but I can't trust you. And it's a shame because I would love to get a deal like this.

    Just out of curiosity how do you measure one's network? And how does the "size of the network" has anything to do with it's filtering capacity. It's a pity that your prejudication keeps you away some really nice offers, hope you'll give us a chance to prove you wrong some time.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • NyrNyr Member

    Just out of curiosity how do you measure one's network? And how does the "size of the network" has anything to do with it's filtering capacity. It's a pity that your prejudication keeps you away some really nice offers, hope you'll give us a chance to prove you wrong some time.

    • You announce a total of 6,144 IP addresses.
    • You claim to have partners, but they are just different brands controlled by you.
    • Your Spanish "partner" website is computer-translated. Claims to have 6000+ total customers alone and only sells services which need dedicated IP addressing. Considering that you have many other brands, you must be lying about their size. The Spanish "24 hour" phone number doesn't work, by the way.
    • Taking a look at the rDNS of your subnets one can get a very good idea of who your (shady) customers are and I can't see how they could fill 100 gbps, much less 400.

    You don't have 400 gbps of capacity. Not in your best dreams. Your "partner" claims to be hosting 1800+ dedis and 700+ colo units in your network. That's 60 full racks at the very least, just from just one of your brands. Care to show us some proof?

  • Nyr said: They experienced some very long downtime a year or so ago. They advertise 10 gbps but network wasn't good at all and nothing near 10 gbps or even a single gigabit.

    Maybe they've changed a lot during the last year, but I somehow doubt it.

    Even the thread he's linked you has multiple people complaining about uptime and performance.

    Cheers bud.

    Here lies Nekki. He loved massive amounts of storage, K-Pop and calling people cunts.

  • NyrNyr Member
    edited January 2016

    I have also checked the "Registro mercantil de Barcelona" where your Spanish business (CLOUDCOM, S.L.) is registered.

    You haven't filled accounts with our "companies house" since 2012, so either your sister company doesn't have this economical activity which they claim to, or is committing fraud.

    Also, who are Teymur Yakubov and Larisa Sergienko? They don't sound very Spanish to me.

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @Nyr said:
    You announce a total of 6,144 IP addresses.

    This is all the math you did to prove that Solar Communications Gmbh doesn't have the filtering capacity that it declares to have? I would really appreciate some down to earth facts that have (at least) something to do with actual DDoS protection.

    @Nyr said:
    Your Spanish "partner" website is computer-translated.

    We've already found out that you know very little about DDoS protection and now you make me feel that you have never heard of the reseller business model. Incloudibly/CoinsHost is not affiliated with the mysterious spanish 'partner' and neither we have ability to edit information presented on its website. Also, I personally don't care who their owners are, it's just none of my business.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • wroxwrox Member
    edited January 2016

    @Nekki What I mentioned in their previous offer as their current customer applies for a majority of the months since I signed up for their service in May 2015: http://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/comment/1446734/#Comment_1446734

    They did employ the new environment yesterday, with forced IP address changes and no Debian in their new line-up. I am positive to the change, but am monitoring my new VPS closely for even the slightest of downtime...

    Thanked by 1incloudibly
  • NyrNyr Member
    edited January 2016

    incloudibly said: Incloudibly/CoinsHost is not affiliated with the mysterious spanish 'partner' and neither we have ability to edit information presented on its website

    Yeeeeah, sure.

    46.28.200.143 -> cloudc.me
    46.28.200.144 -> incloudibly.net

    Pretty close, don't you think? But it's just a coincidence, obviously!

    No problem anyway, you can easily show us proof of owning 200 gbps of transit + 200 gbps of peering at AMS-IX + DE-CIX as you claim to in your parent company website.

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider
    edited January 2016

    @wrox said:
    Nekki What I mentioned in their previous offer as their current customer applies for a majority of the months since I signed up for their service in May 2015: http://www.lowendtalk.com/discussion/comment/1446734/#Comment_1446734

    They did employ the new environment yesterday, with forced IP address changes and no Debian in their new line-up. I am positive to the change, but am monitoring my new VPS closely for even the slightest of downtime...

    Thank you for your patience, we'll do our best to make your customer experience satisfactory this time.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • NyrNyr Member

    incloudibly said: Thank you for your patience, we'll do our best not to make your customer experience satisfactory this time.

    Gold.

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider
    edited January 2016

    @Nyr I get it. That's really-really-really-really suspicious that a re-seller is hosted on the server/network he actually resells. You know what, instead of spamming this thread just send your detective story to the parent company staff https://solarcom.ch/en/contact
    I would really appreciate you staying on-topic.

    @Nyr said:
    No problem anyway, you can easily show us proof of owning 200 gbps of transit + 200 > gbps of peering at AMS-IX + DE-CIX as you claim to in your parent company website.

    Don't. Just don't make me tell you the basics of outsourcing. I feel like a teacher or something.

    BTW, we've got five new orders from this very thread for the last hour. Hopefully the reviews of this new VPS setup will pop out shortly.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @Nyr said:
    Gold.

    That's some nice typo, thank you for pointing to it.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • NyrNyr Member

    incloudibly said: I would really appreciate you staying on-topic.

    Stop the bullshit already.

    People asked for feedback. I don't want fellow forum members to suffer your shitty service and network. You manage also a very shady operation.

    I think enough has been said and each one can draw their own decisions. I don't want to lose more time with you.

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @Nyr said:
    People asked for feedback.

    Should you have any actual feedback based on your personal experience, you are very welcome to share. Should you want to play a forum detective or flash your referral link, kindly do it elsewhere.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • FlamesRunnerFlamesRunner Member
    edited January 2016

    For a company, the way you're acting isn't very professional.

    I am sure 80% of your customers are using a VPN on your servers. And you know what? They're probably using
    https://github.com/Nyr/openvpn-install.

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

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

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @FlamesRunner said:
    For a company, the way you're acting isn't very professional.

    I am sure 80% of your customers are using a VPN on your servers. And you know what? They're probably using
    https://github.com/Nyr/openvpn-install.

    That is very nice of him, but still, I'd love to answer questions about CoinsHost/Incloudibly in this thread.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • Can you deploy my own OVA file?

    VMLink.cc -==- vDS in China Mobile/HK, vLink TCP/UDP Accelerator,China VPN

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @catding said:
    Can you deploy my own OVA file?

    The functionality of deploying your own images is currently being tested and will be added shortly. Currently you can choose out of the fixed number of OS's only.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    TEST IP: 46.28.201.21

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • @incloudibly said:
    Sorry, We do not sell our products and services to Swiss residents and citizens. Please, contact our support via Live Chat or tickets system for clarifications.

    Why?

  • NyrNyr Member
    edited January 2016

    babuum said: Why?

    Because crimes committed in Switzerland by Swiss citizens are more often investigated than those committed abroad by foreigners. More pressure from the authorities, etc.

    This is like Russian ISPs asking you to block CIS traffic or Spanish drug shops refusing to sell to Spaniards.

    Do you think they have any other reasonable explanation for refusing to serve the local market? No, they don't.

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @babuum
    Why?

    This policy is related to VAT. To keep the prices low we should sell abroad only.

    @Nyr said:
    Do you think they have any other reasonable explanation for refusing to serve the local market? No, they don't.

    You are ridiculous. Is this the second part of your new detective story?

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • NyrNyr Member

    The amount of bullshit written by you in this thread is just incredible.

    Thanked by 1gattytto
  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @Nyr said:
    The amount of bullshit written by you in this thread is just incredible.

    You are getting annoying. I'm not sure that talking offensive, giving no proof on serious allegations, spamming this thread and wasting time of those people who have to read it is a good strategy to save your face, given that you've almost completely lost it in this thread.

    I think enough has been said and each one can draw their own decisions. I don't want to >lose more time with you.

    Do you even read what you post? One more time I have to ask you to stay on topic.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • BULSHIT ANTIDDOS, BAD REVIEW FROM ME :)

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @yhuza said:
    BULSHIT ANTIDDOS, BAD REVIEW FROM ME :)

    Thank you for the feedback, would you mind to elaborate on what made you think so. I should also ask if you are aware of the limits of the given DDoS protection that comes with this $3/month VPS offer?

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • @incloudibly said:
    Thank you for the feedback, would you mind to elaborate on what made you think so. I should also ask if you are aware of the limits of the given DDoS protection that comes with this $3/month VPS offer?

    much hosting same price ? but them no bulshit antiddos like you Lol,

    you hosting really bulshit antiddos =))

    very bad review about antiddos you host, noob

  • @incloudibly said:
    This policy is related to VAT. To keep the prices low we should sell abroad only.

    AFAIK you need to pay VAT only if your revenue with swiss citizens is over 100'000 CHF per year. And i thought you need to pay VAT for EU Customers too...

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @yhuza said:

    Is this a kiddo forum?

    @babuum https://www.ch.ch/en/who-pays-vat/

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • @incloudibly said:

    not lier hosting, say 10gb antiddos but bulshit protected =))

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider
    edited January 2016

    @yhuza said:

    Your vocabulary doesn't seem to be rich enough to properly convey your own thoughts. Should you have anything reasonable to share, please ask anybody around to help you make up an understandable message.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • @incloudibly said:

    you hosting poor, :) for small money you hosting much be lier, with ur service antiddos up 10gb, this is shit :D antiddos, and never want refund :) omg poor hosting

  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    I guess this forum lacks moderation.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • IshaqIshaq Member, Provider

    @incloudibly

    This forum is well moderated when required. We do see your reports but they are dismissed for having no basis.

    Members are free to express their opinions and concerns. We do not silence them.

    Thanked by 1LordSpock
    [BudgetNode] DDoS Protected. 7 Locations (US/EU). Check out our latest offer!
  • incloudiblyincloudibly Member, Provider

    @Ishaq sure, it's up to you. Let this forum drown in meaningless messages with BS and F words.

    Swiss Hosting Provider

  • Well I know I'm a little late on this thread, however I've had an incloudibly account/vps for closer to a year now, very little to no downtime in the time I've been with them, can't say much about ddos as I try to keep the VPS from dealing with that. It's pretty simple guys, grab a VPS, give it a go, 1 month at a few dollars isn't going to kill you. And you might find that they're not a bad host at all. IMO the people here are just looking to bitch and whine about it without giving them a go. They've kept my business, maybe you'll stick with them too.

    Thanks Incloudibly, keep up the good work.

    Thanked by 1incloudibly
  • typh0ntyph0n Member

    Sorry for bringing this up again.
    Has somebody ordered the test VPS sucessfully?

    I tried to order it on the 27.05. and now I got an email that the order was rejected because they couldn't reach me via telephone.

    This is the email, I received:
    "This is to inform that your request for 7 days free trial of VPS-V0 05.30.2016,
    04:18 has been refused.
    We couldn't reach you via telephone for order confirmation."

    Did you really try to call me? Because I got no mailbox message.

    Sorry for bringing this to the public but I'm interested if other customers experienced the same things.

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