A leading cloud VPS and server provider in Europe, offering powerful and reliable services out of 5 global locations. Our mission is to provide the best possible experience to all of our Clients and make renting server infrastructure as easy and straightforward as it can be.
A bit less expensive than Digital Ocean but the specs are a notch or two above DO per price point. Terabytes of storage on-board seem to be the norm.
An inexpensive server and web hosting company. Virtual machines, dedicated servers, and colo services. Very inexpensive. Might be useful in a pinch to spin something up. Fully managed. Conventional and SSD storage. Multiple data centers around the world. Shared hosting plans have free daily backups. Multiple VPS tiers. Pay monthly or yearly to get a discount.
Simple, high-value VPS cloud computing for hundreds less. A full SSD-powered cloud with top-tier hardware, 10Gbps network, 100% SLA, and more.
Remarkably reasonable prices.
Simple, fast, private compute hosting by cyberia.club. Easy to set up, inexpensive, free backups. Local solid state storage for speed. No restrictions on usage, so long as what you're doing isn't illegal.
As of 20200803, they officially support Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Alpine Linux v3.11, OpenBSD v6.7, Debian 10, CentOS 7 and 8.
A kind and amazing hacker collective centered in Minnesota, with global friends. In addition to being a group of hackers working on stuff, they're also a non-profit co-op that provides email, Matrix, Tor, and VPS hosting.
Their hosting service is called Capsul (https://capsul.org/)
Really, really cheap cloud hosting. VM, bare metal, block storage, dedicated clouds. Data centers around the world. Claims 100% SLA and SSD storage. Multiple OSes, including Linux, OpenBSD, and you can upload your own.
Affordable and reliable budget dedicated servers. Instant preconfigured dedicated servers available now!
A shell script that turns a brand-new VPS or server into a mail server with a single command. Sets up webmail, IMAP, SMTP, a contacts application, a calendar, and even a web-based control panel for the whole shebang. Includes spam filtering, greylisting, backing up, and TLS certs for everything from Let's Encrypt. Even does virtual domains. No configuration during setup, and you can't really tweak the settings once it's up and running.
A low cost VPS provider that seems to be competing with Digital Ocean. Their price points are similar (a bit cheaper, in fact), offering a wider array of OSes, and two modes (OpenVZ container virtualization and KVM full virtualization). Two service tiers, Standard and Premium.
A script that sets up openvpn on debian, ubuntu, centos, and arch linux. Interactive, will ask you questions used to generate configuration settings.
A wiki of companies that offer cheap vps and server hosting around the world.
A VPS hosting provider that uses Xen and lets you run BSD as well as Linux. Could be useful.
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