Any interest v-Dedicated servers?
Just wondering with a few topics and posts about large KVM's right now, I started to think, why not just get a small dedi?
Then the internal conversation with myself went along the lines of:
- people may not be confident enough to manage, setup, configure bare metal.
- people may not want the extra responsibility and consequences from hardware failures.
- people may enjoy having the convenience a control panel offers for managing the server.
So thinking about this what actual interest is there is v-dedicated servers?
- E3-1270v6 (8 threads @ 3.80 Ghz) - DEDICATED
- 32 GB DDR4 Ram
- Dedicated Storage = 230GB pure NVMe Raid 1 or 460GB Raid 0 (between 1.8 and 3.6 GB/s sequential IO)
- Nested-virt enabled.
- 1 Gbit port
- /48 IPv6
- 1 x IPv4
- 30TB BW
- DDOS Protection
- Free Direct Ddmin
£10 /month - Twice daily fully managed backup of the entire disk image for restore on request
This is just an example to work with, essentially a GIANT KVM but with fully dedicated hardware that would perform at around 99% native but with the convenience that comes with managing a VPS.
I am very interested in peoples thoughts around this such as:
- What would you remove?
- What would you add?
- What do you think of the price?
- What uses could you think of for it?
Inception Hosting - 256MB OpenVZ VPS back in stock for €8.00 p/year - DEDICATED IP4 + /64 IPv6 https://clients.inceptionhosting.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=177
Please do not use the PM system here for Inception Hosting support issues.