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#1 harryptx

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Posted 25 November 2016 - 03:09 AM

I was recommended by a friend and he sent me 3 VPS companies

1/ http://forumweb.hosting/13425-host-color-ssd-vps-1-cpu-core-1024-mb-ram-10-gb-ssd-storage-15-mo.html


2/ http://forumweb.hosting/13667-limited-30-off-or-x2-storage-vps-3-5ghz-cpu-ssd-200mbps-bandwidth-500gbps-ddos-protection.html


3/ http://forumweb.hosting/14016-uk-vps-60-off-recurring-discount-kvm-vps-windows-and-linux-starting-£4-80-mo.html
 
but i don't know which one is better, my budget is $35 / month, I want to upgrade my shared hosting to a new VPS for my sites. My sites are Wordpress sites with 600 visitors/ day
 
Can any one tell me from the list above, which VPS is better?
 
Please advice!

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#2 Certa-Hosting

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Posted 14 March 2017 - 01:33 PM

Hello 

 

All specs look to be pretty average. I would consider your skill to manage to the VPS server also. Do you have any management experience as in most cases shared hosting is 100% managed by the web hosting but when you get to the level of a VSP this sometimes changes. 

 

If it was me i would probably go for http://forumweb.host...rage-15-mo.html

 

If you have any questions let me know and I will do all i can to advise 

 

Good luck 



#3 xnetco

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Posted 01 September 2017 - 09:38 AM

Hello.

 

It's easy to find cheaper and cheaper hosting but customer reviews and how they handle when things go wrong is the key.

 

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Posted 01 September 2017 - 10:14 AM

 

I was recommended by a friend and he sent me 3 VPS companies

1/ http://forumweb.hosting/13425-host-color-ssd-vps-1-cpu-core-1024-mb-ram-10-gb-ssd-storage-15-mo.html


2/ http://forumweb.hosting/13667-limited-30-off-or-x2-storage-vps-3-5ghz-cpu-ssd-200mbps-bandwidth-500gbps-ddos-protection.html


3/ http://forumweb.hosting/14016-uk-vps-60-off-recurring-discount-kvm-vps-windows-and-linux-starting-£4-80-mo.html
 
but i don't know which one is better, my budget is $35 / month, I want to upgrade my shared hosting to a new VPS for my sites. My sites are Wordpress sites with 600 visitors/ day
 
Can any one tell me from the list above, which VPS is better?
 
Please advice!

 

 

Your budget is quite low for a decent setup with cPanel/WHM and a half decent service.

 

I would increase the budget as you won't get much from a decent host for $35 /mo



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Posted 15 October 2017 - 03:57 PM

Not sure why you wouldn't use AWS or DigitalOcean. https://www.vultr.com/ are also supposed to be very good.



#6 JordanC

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Posted 15 October 2017 - 08:50 PM

Not sure why you wouldn't use AWS or DigitalOcean. https://www.vultr.com/ are also supposed to be very good.

 

These options are fine if you don't mind managing the server yourself. Level of expectation that you know how to set things up with these really.



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Posted 16 October 2017 - 08:39 AM

 

These options are fine if you don't mind managing the server yourself. Level of expectation that you know how to set things up with these really.

 

It depends on what stack you're using. If you're using PHP then you have a couple options for managed services on Digital Ocean, AWS, etc.

 

https://www.cloudways.com

https://www.serverpilot.io

https://forge.laravel.com

 

You have to sort the backup side out yourself though, but again, services already exist to make that easier.



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Posted 22 October 2017 - 05:37 PM

 

It depends on what stack you're using. If you're using PHP then you have a couple options for managed services on Digital Ocean, AWS, etc.

 

https://www.cloudways.com

https://www.serverpilot.io

https://forge.laravel.com

 

You have to sort the backup side out yourself though, but again, services already exist to make that easier.

 

Yer true. Backups, not a huge issue. I have a single shell script I throw on every site I need backing up - it compress the site files and database into a single Gzipped archive, stores it locally on the server and then pushes the file to s3. There really nothing to "handle" :)



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Posted 22 October 2017 - 05:39 PM

 

These options are fine if you don't mind managing the server yourself. Level of expectation that you know how to set things up with these really.

 

 

It's really not hard if you're willing to invest a bit of time. Additionally, AWS provide solid base images for you to optionally build your server upon.

 

There also Forge, which is frankly amazing. 






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