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Recommended LEBs to actually host sites.
I need to have a few LEBs to host sites (non mysql). My minimum requirements are:
Memory: 256 MB
Disk Space: 10 GB
Bandwidth: 500 GB
Price Range: $3-$6/month
I will be using around 400 GB bandwidth per LEB.
I have a short list of providers after crawling LEB. Please give your reviews about these providers only if you've actually used them for hosting:
OR recommended any other if you are using one for hosting.
PS: already using directspace.net and working fine for me.
Out of that list, hostigation should see you well
looking for US only?
Hostigation, BuyVM, KiloServe.
Of your list, I would choose only Hostigation, I cannot say anything about the rest
BuyVM.net, KiloServe, VooServers.com are good choices (thanks to @maxexcloo )
Hostigation, Kazila, BuyVM, Bitcable, InceptionHosting, Edis
Of the LEBs I have used to run websites, I recommend Hostigation and Kiloserve.
hostitek 5 months so far without problems.
RockMyWeb, Hostigation, BuyVM, ChicagoVPS, SecureDragon, 123Systems, AlienVPS, VPSDeploy, HudsonValleyHost, Lightwave, ThrustVPS, Infinitech, PogiWeb, TailoredVPS, FitVPS, PingVPS are the ones I run for at least 5 months without any problem. I tend to get bigger plans but I think they all have offers that would match your requirements.
You can read more technical details on my website. 500GB of BW is not so common (for a 256MB plan) but many providers will accomodate with a custom offer.
BuyVM would be my top pick, though I had good experiences with Burst in LA while I was with them. Only been with Hostigation for a bit, though it's been good so far.
sanjosevps.com = nordicvps stay away like plagued!
burst.net - too many problems
spotvps.com hostitek.com easevps.com - likely dead pool candidates soon
better if you read reviews about them first. but it is looking like hostigation is the only legit leb provider from your list. hate for them to get included with those others that you mentioned because they are the only reliable host from that short list
^ alienvps support seems to always been lacking. and recently their nodes had some problems. I do have xen with them still though that I no longer use
Hostigation, BuyVM, ChicagoVPS, SecureDragon <- these are all reliable / decent providers
123Systems, AlienVPS, VPSDeploy, HudsonValleyHost, Lightwave, ThrustVPS, Infinitech, PogiWeb, TailoredVPS, FitVPS, PingVPS <- I would not recommended 123systems and alienvps. The others I have not heard about but better to stay away
ThrustVPS started spamming me and refused to explain how they got my address.
i can advice http://thehosthouse.co.uk/
i'm with them for the past 3 months and i am very satisfied
you can check jonathan's LEB offer here
Since DowntimeVPS disappeared, I'm looking for a new host in Europe and glober's specs would be just fine for me. Any suggestions?
@TheNumb I'm currently using GoWeb (DE) and DMB Hosting (UK) for my EU presence. I'd recommend either of them, have had zero issues so far.
Lmao there going to be known as downtimeVPS forever now RIP
Goweb has a nice web site
where are their servers hosted ?
newwebsite.com free directadmin 512mb guaranteed. 7 dollar, what's not to love.
Oh, maybe they are destined straight for the deadpool offering $2 512mb VPS since DA is a $5 cost. Really, did you study math is Greece? I'm not trying to personally attack you, but look at that offer and ask yourself, where is the profit for them to survive?
I don't even see the offer, all I see is a $29.95 USD /mo 512MB VPS.
O_o Apparently I'm blind. I blame my mums Laptop (which I shouldn't be on)..
Do you want west or east coast US? At the moment there are more west coast options. If you want east coast and reliability then Hostigation and Bitcable.
Since many providers don't offer 500 GB BW so, I've setup a CDN for the content and now the requirements changed.
RAM: 128 MB, BW: 100 GB (Minimum)
I need US based boxes (city doesn't matter).
Total boxes required: 10 (each one from different datacenter or provider).
From above I think I'm going to use Hostigation, BuyVM, ChicagoVPS, Bitcable, SecureDragon.
Quickweb is offering good BW for a fare price can it be used to setup a CDN?
thanks everybody for helping me out.
Hello, not planning to advertise but could set up one to suit your needs.
Yes, Quickweb can be used as a CDN as well.
You budget is quite reasonable and should not be having problem in getting that spec at that sort of budget. Also you might consider ensuring that the datacenters are on different carriers/backbone too. 10 Boxes, haha thats alot.
I think burst.net, Would do good for you. They are fast with responding to tickets and are In the budget range.
How's about not spamming the forum. Im pretty sure self-promotion is not allowed.
How's about finding some actual rules that confirms this? I cannot find this Information so untill the LEB Admin posts or you get your facts right. Then your post is just pointless.