HostUS - 10Gbps Coffee ☕ KVM in Amsterdam!?!

AlexanderMAlexanderM Hosting Provider

10Gbps Coffee? ... yes, not a typo... If you've ever been to Amsterdam or anywhere in The Netherlands, you'll know coffee is serious business there. So much in fact that we got our hands on some of Intel's Coffee Lake processors and 10G uplinks to give your VPS the dose of performance boost it needs!

Today’s Offers

All plans are backed by high performance 3.8GHz Coffee Lake cores with up to 4.9GHz turbo frequency, 10Gbps connection to the premium Clouvider network, DDR4 ECC RAM, speedy NVMe storage in RAID 1 for redundancy, and the service level that differentiates HostUS from the run-of-the-mill hosting company.

You have full selection of the common Linux / BSD OSes, and Windows is available on 2GB+ RAM plans. Upon request we can load any custom ISO you want to install, and one FREE snapshot is included.

Network Looking Glass: https://ams-lg.hostus.us/


512MB RAM: Just $20/year or $2.5/month!

512MB RAM
1 CPU Core @ 3.8GHz+
15GB NVMe Disk Space
2TB Bandwidth @ 10Gbps
KVM / Breeze Control Panel
Available in: Amsterdam 🇳🇱

1GB RAM: $3/month paid annually ($36/year) or $4/month

1GB RAM
1 CPU Core @ 3.8GHz+
25GB NVMe Disk Space
3TB Bandwidth @ 10Gbps
KVM / Breeze Control Panel
Available in: Amsterdam 🇳🇱

2GB RAM: $5/month paid annually ($60/year) or $7/month

2GB RAM
1 CPU Core @ 3.8GHz+
40GB NVMe Disk Space
4TB Bandwidth @ 10Gbps
KVM / Breeze Control Panel
Available in: Amsterdam 🇳🇱

3GB RAM: $7/month paid annually ($84/year)

3GB RAM
2 CPU Cores @ 3.8GHz+
70GB NVMe Disk Space
6TB Bandwidth @ 10Gbps
KVM / Breeze Control Panel
Available in: Amsterdam 🇳🇱

Need Something else?

Our standard KVM plans come with more bandwidth and compute resources. Use code VPS15OFF to take 15% off your order.

We also offer OpenVZ 7 VPS in Amsterdam for those of you looking for an affordable option.

Breeze Control Panel

As a customer you can control all aspects of your VPS service with our custom Breeze Control Panel. Start, stop, reboot, enable TUN/TAP, reverse DNS, emergency console, OS rebuild, purchase addons, etc.

API access is under development, and we are hoping to make such available to savvy customers soon.

Fair Use

All offered services are subject to fair use. We want customers to use their services. We want everyone to have a good experience, and co-exist in a harmonious multi-tenant environment. To achieve this disruptive bad neighbors will be given opportunity to adapt their use to better integrate themselves.

Available Addons

HostUS partners with DirectAdmin, WHMCS and cPanel. We offer discounted licenses as part of our VPS hosting offerings.

DirectAdmin: FREE! in Amsterdam and London
cPanel/WHM: From $15/month
WHMCS Starter: $9/month
WHMCS Plus: $12/month
CloudLinux License: From $11/month
KernelCare License: $2.85/month
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Additional IPv4 address: $1.50/month
Additional IPv6 address: Free on request

FAQ

We accept the following payment methods: Credit / Debit Card, PayPal, Cryptocurrencies (BTC, BCH, ETH, etc.), Alipay.

Our Terms and Conditions can be found here: https://hostus.us/terms-and-conditions.html

If you have any questions, contact us or simply reply to this thread!

Best regards,

Alexander

HostUS | OpenVZ & KVM VPS in 10 worldwide locations with our own Breeze Panel!

Comments

  • So, I'm Dutch but I don't drink coffee.

    This deal's serious business though. I've got an OVZ box at Hostus and can easily pull >7 Gbps at any time (provided that the other side has a decent connection though). Very prem.

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  • At first, I thought the pricing was a little too 'dear' for AMS.

    But debaser's comment reminded me it's 10G goodies. Generous 2TB on the entry plan too

    Thanked by (1)AlexanderM
  • AnthonySmithAnthonySmith AdministratorHosting Provider

    @vimalware said: At first, I thought the pricing was a little too 'dear' for AMS.

    Keep in mind also that this is @Clouvider's network and they do not spare a single penny on infrastructure so it is likely to be high quality unlike many (if not all) the other DC's in NL.

    Thanked by (2)vimalware AlexanderM

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  • This seems like the week for running your own CDN.

  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer

    @vimalware said:
    This seems like the week for running your own CDN.

    So when is Vimalflare launching?

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  • AbdullahAbdullah Hosting ProviderOG
    edited July 21

    @vyas said:
    So when is Vimalflare launching?

    :p

  • @vimalware said:
    This seems like the week for running your own CDN.

    Running your own CDN is fun and painful at the same time.
    Go enjoy it.

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  • NeoonNeoon OG
    edited July 21

    @debaser said:
    So, I'm Dutch but I don't drink coffee.

    This deal's serious business though. I've got an OVZ box at Hostus and can easily pull >7 Gbps at any time (provided that the other side has a decent connection though). Very prem.

    Nice to see, I was waiting for benchmarks.
    All did remember from Virmach that the 10gig offers where to good to be true.

    You could barely get 2gig.
    Still waiting for Benches.
    YABS IT.

  • @Neoon said:

    @debaser said:
    So, I'm Dutch but I don't drink coffee.

    This deal's serious business though. I've got an OVZ box at Hostus and can easily pull >7 Gbps at any time (provided that the other side has a decent connection though). Very prem.

    Nice to see, I was waiting for benchmarks.

    My service is OpenVZ-based. But I’ll give you a taster:

    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):
    ---------------------------------
    Provider                  | Location (Link)           | Send Speed      | Recv Speed     
                              |                           |                 |                
    Bouygues Telecom          | Paris, FR (10G)           | 6.56 Gbits/sec  | 8.60 Gbits/sec 
    Online.net                | Paris, FR (10G)           | 7.41 Gbits/sec  | 8.19 Gbits/sec 
    WorldStream               | The Netherlands (10G)     | 7.71 Gbits/sec  | 8.00 Gbits/sec 
    wilhelm.tel               | Hamburg, DE (10G)         | 7.79 Gbits/sec  | 8.10 Gbits/sec 
    Biznet                    | Bogor, Indonesia (1G)     | 543 Mbits/sec   | 283 Mbits/sec  
    Hostkey                   | Moscow, RU (1G)           | 917 Mbits/sec   | 678 Mbits/sec  
    Velocity Online           | Tallahassee, FL, US (10G) | 2.33 Gbits/sec  | 3.59 Gbits/sec 
    Airstream Communications  | Eau Claire, WI, US (10G)  | 2.51 Gbits/sec  | 2.10 Gbits/sec 
    Hurricane Electric        | Fremont, CA, US (10G)     | 1.81 Gbits/sec  | busy           
    

    @AnthonySmith said:

    @vimalware said: At first, I thought the pricing was a little too 'dear' for AMS.

    Keep in mind also that this is @Clouvider's network and they do not spare a single penny on infrastructure so it is likely to be high quality unlike many (if not all) the other DC's in NL.

    To be fair, DC’s and infrastructure are very good in The Netherlands. It’s just that a lot of the colo and dedi providers are meh.

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  • @Neoon said:

    @vimalware said:
    This seems like the week for running your own CDN.

    Running your own CDN is fun and painful at the same time.
    Go enjoy it.

    Hah. I'll get some cdn bunnys instead.

    I was just intrigued by this project I'd never checked out. https://traffic-control-cdn.readthedocs.io/en/latest/admin/quick_howto/ciab.html

    I never got past paragraph 1 last night.

  • Greaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat Coffe got, Thanks!

    benchmark timestamp: 2020-07-21 19:59:01 UTC

    Processor: Intel(R) Xeon(R) E-2276G CPU @ 3.80GHz
    CPU cores: 1
    Frequency: 3791.994 MHz
    RAM: 486M
    Swap: -
    Kernel: Linux 3.10.0-1127.el7.x86_64 x86_64

    Disks:
    sda 15G SSD

    CPU: SHA256-hashing 500 MB
    0.988 seconds
    CPU: bzip2-compressing 500 MB
    3.090 seconds
    CPU: AES-encrypting 500 MB
    0.656 seconds

    ioping: seek rate
    min/avg/max/mdev = 20.1 us / 35.8 us / 24.7 ms / 377.4 us
    ioping: sequential read speed
    generated 72.3 k requests in 5.00 s, 17.7 GiB, 14.5 k iops, 3.53 GiB/s

    dd: sequential write speed
    1st run: 1049.04 MiB/s
    2nd run: 1144.41 MiB/s
    3rd run: 1335.14 MiB/s
    average: 1176.20 MiB/s

    IPv4 speedtests
    your IPv4: 185.185.41.xxxx

    Cachefly CDN: 157.91 MiB/s
    Leaseweb (NL): 95.84 MiB/s
    Softlayer DAL (US): 5.22 MiB/s
    Online.net (FR): 104.38 MiB/s
    OVH BHS (CA): 9.37 MiB/s
    No IPv6 connectivity detected

    [[email protected] ~]# curl -sL yabs.sh | bash

    ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ##

    Yet-Another-Bench-Script

    v2020-06-20

    https://github.com/masonr/yet-another-bench-script

    ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ## ##

    Tue Jul 21 19:59:55 UTC 2020

    Basic System Information:

    Processor : Intel(R) Xeon(R) E-2276G CPU @ 3.80GHz
    CPU cores : 1 @ 3791.994 MHz
    AES-NI : ✔ Enabled
    VM-x/AMD-V : ✔ Enabled
    RAM : 486M
    Swap : 0B
    Disk : 15G

    fio Disk Speed Tests (Mixed R/W 50/50):

    Block Size 4k (IOPS) 64k (IOPS)
    Read 94.07 MB/s (23.5k) 1.02 GB/s (15.9k)
    Write 94.31 MB/s (23.5k) 1.02 GB/s (16.0k)
    Total 188.38 MB/s (47.0k) 2.05 GB/s (32.0k)
    Block Size 512k (IOPS) 1m (IOPS)
    ------ --- ---- ---- ----
    Read 2.38 GB/s (4.6k) 2.60 GB/s (2.5k)
    Write 2.50 GB/s (4.8k) 2.78 GB/s (2.7k)
    Total 4.88 GB/s (9.5k) 5.39 GB/s (5.2k)
    iperf3 Network Speed Tests (IPv4):

    Provider | Location (Link) | Send Speed | Recv Speed
    | | |
    Bouygues Telecom | Paris, FR (10G) | 6.03 Gbits/sec | 8.57 Gbits/sec
    Online.net | Paris, FR (10G) | 8.58 Gbits/sec | 5.20 Gbits/sec
    WorldStream | The Netherlands (10G) | 8.49 Gbits/sec | 8.58 Gbits/sec
    wilhelm.tel | Hamburg, DE (10G) | 8.31 Gbits/sec | 8.47 Gbits/sec
    Biznet | Bogor, Indonesia (1G) | 634 Mbits/sec | 313 Mbits/sec
    Hostkey | Moscow, RU (1G) | 918 Mbits/sec | 686 Mbits/sec
    Velocity Online | Tallahassee, FL, US (10G) | 1.07 Gbits/sec | 1.02 Gbits/sec
    Airstream Communications | Eau Claire, WI, US (10G) | 1.01 Gbits/sec | 173 Mbits/sec

    Hurricane Electric | Fremont, CA, US (10G) | 972 Mbits/sec | 331 Mbits/sec

    Thanked by (2)vimalware AlexanderM

    my FAVS: HostHatch, LetBox, BuyVM, NexusBytes, Vultr, OVH, Hetzner, HostUS, HudsonVH, ExtraVM, CrownCloud

    THANKS for awesome services!

  • @AlexanderM Excellent offer mate. Before placing an order, just wanted to ask a couple of questions:

    1) Would it be possible to upgrade from a 1G box to a 3G one, while retaining the discount on the annual term, at a later date?
    2) Are DA licenses free in NL, as with Clouvider?

    Cheers.

    Thanked by (1)vimalware
  • AlexanderMAlexanderM Hosting Provider

    @K4Y5 said:
    @AlexanderM Excellent offer mate. Before placing an order, just wanted to ask a couple of questions:

    1) Would it be possible to upgrade from a 1G box to a 3G one, while retaining the discount on the annual term, at a later date?
    2) Are DA licenses free in NL, as with Clouvider?

    Cheers.

    Thanks for your interest! Yes and yes :)

    Thanked by (2)K4Y5 vimalware

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  • `---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Region: Global https://bench.monster v.1.5.3 2020-07-13

    Usage : curl -LsO bench.monster/speedtest.sh; bash speedtest.sh -Global

    OS : CentOS 7.8.2003 (64 Bit)
    Virt/Kernel : KVM / 3.10.0-1127.el7.x86_64
    CPU Model : Intel(R) Xeon(R) E-2276G CPU @ 3.80GHz
    CPU Cores : 2 @ 3791.994 MHz x86_64 16384 KB Cache
    CPU Flags : AES-NI Enabled & VM-x/AMD-V Enabled
    Load Average : 0.08, 0.16, 0.18
    Total Space : 80G (5.4G ~7% used)
    Total RAM : 3789 MB (138 MB + 1696 MB Buff in use)
    Total SWAP : 4095 MB (0 MB in use)

    Uptime : 0 days 22:18

    ASN & ISP : AS7489, HOSTUS-AMS01
    Organization :
    Location : Amsterdam, Netherlands / NL

    Region : North Holland

    ## Geekbench v5 CPU Benchmark:

    Single Core : 1223 (EXCELLENT)
    Multi Core : 2340

    ## IO Test

    CPU Speed:
    bzip2 : 155 MB/s
    sha256 : 517 MB/s
    md5sum : 733 MB/s

    RAM Speed:
    Avg. write : 4573.9 MB/s
    Avg. read : 9728.0 MB/s

    Disk Speed:
    1st run : 2.3 GB/s
    2nd run : 2.4 GB/s
    3rd run : 2.5 GB/s


    Average : 2457.6 MB/s

    ## Global Speedtest

    Location Upload Download Ping

    Nearby 1909.45 Mbit/s 2522.04 Mbit/s 13.782 ms

    USA, New York (Sprint) 214.98 Mbit/s 221.16 Mbit/s 90.051 ms
    USA, Chicago (Windstream) 212.50 Mbit/s 248.36 Mbit/s 95.732 ms
    USA, Dallas (Frontier) 147.63 Mbit/s 401.85 Mbit/s 130.194 ms
    USA, Miami (Frontier) 163.66 Mbit/s 433.12 Mbit/s 116.918 ms
    USA, Los Angeles (Spectrum) 138.44 Mbit/s 357.39 Mbit/s 143.284 ms
    UK, London (toob Ltd) 384.53 Mbit/s 727.27 Mbit/s 8.287 ms
    France, Lyon (SFR) 194.35 Mbit/s 2062.22 Mbit/s 19.723 ms
    Germany, Berlin (DNS:NET) 778.56 Mbit/s 2314.17 Mbit/s 18.837 ms
    Spain, Madrid (MasMovil) 260.69 Mbit/s 299.41 Mbit/s 35.601 ms
    Italy, Rome (Unidata) 552.24 Mbit/s 301.24 Mbit/s 35.843 ms
    Israel, Haifa (013Netvision) 231.29 Mbit/s 182.41 Mbit/s 80.090 ms
    India, New Delhi (GIGATEL) 118.97 Mbit/s 121.99 Mbit/s 152.217 ms
    Singapore (FirstMedia) 17.76 Mbit/s 11.22 Mbit/s 253.282 ms
    Japan, Tsukuba (SoftEther) 20.79 Mbit/s 27.23 Mbit/s 251.618 ms
    Australia, Sydney (Optus) 19.53 Mbit/s 14.50 Mbit/s 291.274 ms
    RSA, Randburg (Cool Ideas) 118.77 Mbit/s 172.78 Mbit/s 168.499 ms

    Brazil, Sao Paulo (Criare) 49.01 Mbit/s 18.70 Mbit/s 225.692 ms

    Finished in : 7 min 58 sec
    Timestamp : 2020-07-25 23:03:56 GMT
    Saved in : /root/speedtest.log

    Share results:
    - https://www.speedtest.net/result/9813499834.png
    - https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/cpu/3058382
    - https://clbin.com/i9jD1`

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  • edited August 3

    Unrelated to AMS, BUT I am now a superFan of the Breeze panel.

    I've yet to have a more seamless error-free experience with a panel for the usual bread-and-butter tasks (iso mount, unmount and the associated Power cycles, full-color VNC). I was re-installing OS in my tiny SGP KVM. The panel automatically offers suggestions for power cycle when you mount a new ISO (saves me 2-4 clicks)

    I also got locked out of ssh/mosh playing with wireguard config and default-route updates .
    Easy to unbork with the full-featured VNC terminal. (bash tab autocomplete FTW )

    Normally I am not pro custom-coded panels, but the ease-of-use blew me away, when I was just trying to have some fun on a Sunday.

    Too many options are overwhelming (looking at you virtualizor)

  • @vimalware said: Too many options are overwhelming (looking at you virtualizor)

    Almost all popular/mainstream software has this one downside, a single thing wants to solve all problems in the world.
    As a shitty PHP dev, I still make enough money because of this downside. Companies get overwhelmed with popular tools with gazzilion buttons on dashboard/settings, so they decides to roll their own with only 4/5 features their customers mainly use. Off-course in-house tools has their own problem set, but Customers are happier when you serve them less shit.

  • YmpkerYmpker OGContent Writer

    @vimalware said:
    Unrelated to AMS, BUT I am now a superFan of the Breeze panel.

    I've yet to have a more seamless error-free experience with a panel for the usual bread-and-butter tasks (iso mount, unmount and the associated Power cycles, full-color VNC). I was re-installing OS in my tiny SGP KVM. The panel automatically offers suggestions for power cycle when you mount a new ISO (saves me 2-4 clicks)

    I also got locked out of ssh/mosh playing with wireguard config and default-route updates .
    Easy to unbork with the full-featured VNC terminal. (bash tab autocomplete FTW )

    Normally I am not pro custom-coded panels, but the ease-of-use blew me away, when I was just trying to have some fun on a Sunday.

    Too many options are overwhelming (looking at you virtualizor)

    Can you share some screenshots of Breeze? :)

  • @Ympker said:

    @vimalware said:
    Unrelated to AMS, BUT I am now a superFan of the Breeze panel.

    I've yet to have a more seamless error-free experience with a panel for the usual bread-and-butter tasks (iso mount, unmount and the associated Power cycles, full-color VNC). I was re-installing OS in my tiny SGP KVM. The panel automatically offers suggestions for power cycle when you mount a new ISO (saves me 2-4 clicks)

    I also got locked out of ssh/mosh playing with wireguard config and default-route updates .
    Easy to unbork with the full-featured VNC terminal. (bash tab autocomplete FTW )

    Normally I am not pro custom-coded panels, but the ease-of-use blew me away, when I was just trying to have some fun on a Sunday.

    Too many options are overwhelming (looking at you virtualizor)

    Can you share some screenshots of Breeze? :)

    More info about the panel here: https://hostus.us/panel.html

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  • AlexanderMAlexanderM Hosting Provider

    Thanks guys! We're proud of our Breeze Control Panel - won't say it's the best but does the job nicely, without any nasty surprises that come bundled with some of the panels out there...

    @thedp said:

    @Ympker said:

    @vimalware said:
    Unrelated to AMS, BUT I am now a superFan of the Breeze panel.

    I've yet to have a more seamless error-free experience with a panel for the usual bread-and-butter tasks (iso mount, unmount and the associated Power cycles, full-color VNC). I was re-installing OS in my tiny SGP KVM. The panel automatically offers suggestions for power cycle when you mount a new ISO (saves me 2-4 clicks)

    I also got locked out of ssh/mosh playing with wireguard config and default-route updates .
    Easy to unbork with the full-featured VNC terminal. (bash tab autocomplete FTW )

    Normally I am not pro custom-coded panels, but the ease-of-use blew me away, when I was just trying to have some fun on a Sunday.

    Too many options are overwhelming (looking at you virtualizor)

    Can you share some screenshots of Breeze? :)

    More info about the panel here: https://hostus.us/panel.html

    These screenshots were taken when Debian squeeze and Ubuntu precise were still available! Feel old yet? We've done a massive backend UI upgrade a few months back to freshen up its looks a bit. All suggestions are welcome :)

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  • @Ympker said:
    Can you share some screenshots of Breeze? :)

    I believe we are looking at graphs of a netboot install of ubuntu via netboot.xyz.

    Very zippy NVME

  • YmpkerYmpker OGContent Writer

    @vimalware said:

    @Ympker said:
    Can you share some screenshots of Breeze? :)

    I believe we are looking at graphs of a netboot install of ubuntu via netboot.xyz.

    Very zippy NVME

    @AlexanderM props for the clean, no-bullshit design. If it looks only half clean like that on the Admin backend, Virtualizor could learn a thing or two from it :D

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