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    Need to quote a VPS

    Hello,

    I need to quote a VPS

    I am looking for a "developer price".

    - SolusVM Control Panel
    - Allocated CPU: 4 cores
    - Dedicated RAM: 2.5 GB
    - Swap: 4 GB
    - Diskspace: 55GB
    - 2000 GB Premium Bandwidth
    - 8 IP Address
    - Xen Virtualization
    - SolusVM/Central Backups must be enabled with 2 BKS
    - Reverse DNS must be available in Control Panel
    - OS Templates Fedora 13/14
    - Full root access via SSH, unlimited reboot, OS reloads
    - 1GB port preferred
    - Location US and Canada only

    Could you please give me some recommendations?

    Thanks
    Last edited by masterVPS; 04-12-2011 at 11:35 PM.

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    What would you consider "developer price"?

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    affordable price for software developers

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    What is your budget really? Min/Max?

    Have you checked out the VPS Offers?
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    At the specs you are looking at, dedicated might be more cost effective.

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    Developer Package:

    Normally you can get one as low as $23.20 per/m
    As high as $46.45 per/m with a option to build a customizable Package for Developers.

    There are many Hosting Sites. But I do agree prep-has you need a Dedicated Server

    VPS

    Dedicated
    PROS

    * Cost Effective
    Grows with your needs.
    * Instant Scalability
    Upgrades are instant and often require no reboots.
    * Software Customization
    Full control over software with admin/root access.
    * Fast/Easy Migration
    Move your VPS to another VPS server quickly and easily.



    * Powerful
    100% Dedicated resources
    * Completely Isolated
    No shared hardware
    * Software & Hardware Customization
    Full control over hardware & software components

    CONS

    * Shared Resources
    While largely isolated, disk i/o is often shared and the host network connection is also shared amongst all VPS instances. During peak times this can cause some performance degradation but minimums are guaranteed and highly managed.



    * Expensive
    A Dedicated Server requires significant upfront investment.
    * Inflexible
    Resources are Static and require downtime to complet

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    If you provide what your willing to spend at your maximum and minimum we can further assist you with what your budget is to push you into what direction to go with; it really depends on your budget of what your willing to spend.

    The term "you get what you pay for" is really true. The more you pay, the better the service. (Not in all cases, and I don't mean you have to pay a arm and a leg to have a great service) but paying the normal prices/market prices does provide you a more better service instead of just finding a host offering very low prices thats a kid running it and is gone by the next week with your money, or heavily over-sold servers at low pricing with them just racking clients onto the server more and more so they are able to keep the low prices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FusionNET View Post
    If you provide what your willing to spend at your maximum and minimum we can further assist you with what your budget is to push you into what direction to go with; it really depends on your budget of what your willing to spend.

    The term "you get what you pay for" is really true. The more you pay, the better the service. (Not in all cases, and I don't mean you have to pay a arm and a leg to have a great service) but paying the normal prices/market prices does provide you a more better service instead of just finding a host offering very low prices thats a kid running it and is gone by the next week with your money, or heavily over-sold servers at low pricing with them just racking clients onto the server more and more so they are able to keep the low prices.
    This is only true to a limited extent.
    Whilst a lot of rock-bottom-budget providers are likely of lesser quality, this does not always hold true.
    Larger companies are also able to leverage their economies of scale and offer a more competitive price.

    I think a much better guide would be to check existing reviews as well as the age of the company. This will serve as a far better guide regarding reliability.

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    Hello,

    Thanks for all your good advices.

    Hmm ... I have not considered a dedicated but it sounds good.

    I am not sure yet, but maybe We would need two.

    Can internal ips be set in order to communicate between servers
    and not wasting Bandwidth?

    I was told this range [$20 - $60]

    But they should be able to upgrade if we need more power.

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterVPS View Post
    Can internal ips be set in order to communicate between servers and not wasting Bandwidth?
    This is possible.
    Most dedicated providers do this, but much fewer VPS providers do.
    Ask the providers via sales inquiry before going on.

    Quote Originally Posted by masterVPS View Post
    I was told this range [$20 - $60]

    But they should be able to upgrade if we need more power.

    Thanks,
    You can get dedicated servers (which often outperforms similarly priced VPSes) within this price range.
    Ask in the dedicated server forum for more opinions.

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    Thank you very much for all your opinions.

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