Resource Pool Pricing Guidelines - Feedback Wanted
Looking to get a better sense of what would be appropriate pricing guidelines for resource pools.
So far for KVM pools we have @HostDoc starting with a 1 GB ram / 30 GB storage / 2 instance pool in the EU region @ £4.89/m (about $6.35 - regular pricing at https://kvm.doctor/cloud/ - see comment below for previous "deal" pricing.) and going up to £16.50/m (about $21.50) for 5 GB ram / 80 GB storage / 5 instances in several locations in the USA.
And the unadvertised KVM pool from @SMARTHOST with 2 GB ram / 5 instances @ $6.95/m in many locations in the USA and also in Amsterdam.
for OpenVZ resource pools we might look forward to seeing anyNode and impactVPS finding their way here "real soon now" ...
anyNode advertised a few OpenVZ7 resource pool deals available just in Miami back in May, ranging from $12/yr (1 core - not sure how that makes a "pool" but okay whatever) up to $7/m or $72/yr for:
6 virtual machines max 6 Cores (max 1 per VM) 6GB RAM 120GB SSD 6 IPs 6TB bandwidth
and impactVPS has standard pricing listed on their website for their well-regarded resource pool product starting at:
$12/m for 4 GB ram / 4 cores / 45 GB storage (with 5 IP addresses)
and going up to:
$60/m for 20 GB ram / 20 cores / 225 GB storage (with 25 IP addresses)
available in Seattle, New York, and Dallas.