I have a VPS with Leapswitch Networks at their Pune Data Center. The Data Center is owned and operated by Tata Communications. I am quite happy with the uptime of the VPS and the speed and quality of support offered by Leapswitch. The pricing of the VPS is also rock-bottom. All of a sudden I
I have a 128MB VPS with RamNode which I use only for storage of backup files. Yesterday, I got a surprising message from RamNode: “Your VPS has been using a high CPU load for an extended period of time. Please reduce your usage to comply with our AUP and notify us once you’ve done so.
MicroNetVPS.com had an attractive offer in WHT in which they promised a 50% recurring discount in 6 locations: UK, US, Russia, Turkey, India and Swiss. I have a penchant for discount offers though MicroNetVPS did not inspire much confidence from the look and feel. Anyway, I signed up for the lowest tier in the India
I suddenly developed an urge for a backup VPS where I could store data. I have a number of websites which are scattered across a number of VPSs. I prefer to do a manual backup of the website files and database using the simple technique detailed here. I transfer the backup files to one of
I was looking for a VPS in India and HostVirtual (VR.org) appeared in the short-list. Host Virtual has a tie-up with Netmagic’s Chennai datacenter and it offers cloud VPS services. The prices are quite reasonable at $20 for a 1GB RAM VPS. Here’s what you get for that: • 1024 MB Ram• 20 GB Raid
RamNode is one of the newer budget VPS providers who have stormed the scene by offering quality equipment at rock-bottom prices. They have three locations you can choose from: Netherlands, Seattle and Atlanta. The reason I was interested in RamNode is because they offer pure SSD and SSD cached hard drives which are supposed to
SERVER MANIA!: SSD Cached Linux VPS – 4 GB RAM Server Mania has a very attractive offer in WHT with the following features: • 4 GB RAM, 4 GB vSwap RAM• 4 IP Addresses• 150 GB SSD RAID Storage• 4000 GB Monthly Bandwidth• Customize & Order – $88 USD/year! The price: Only USD 88 for
If you want a VPS in India, you have a wide choice. Let’s look at the options. VR.org offers VPS at the Netmagic datacenter in Chennai. Let’s look at the performance of the VR.org Chennai VPS CPU model : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2620 0 @ 2.00GHzNumber of cores : 2CPU frequency : 2000.000 MHzTotal amount
If you are looking for an unmanaged VPS, then Digital Ocean and RamNode are both worthy contenders. Both offer SSD hard drives that are supposed to be faster than the conventional hard drives. Both are reputed to own their own hardware and co-locate with well known datacenters. The pricing of both is very reasonable.