VPS SSD

High performance VPS at an affordable price
A performance/price ratio, SSD drives, KVM OpenStack

VPS SSD 1

OpenStack KVM
1 vCore(s)
2.4 GHz
2 GB RAM
10 GB SSD
Local RAID 10

From

$4.49
/month

VPS SSD 2

OpenStack KVM
1 vCore(s)
2.4 GHz
4 GB RAM
20 GB SSD
Local RAID 10

From

$8.99
/month

VPS SSD 3

OpenStack KVM
2 vCore(s)
2.4 GHz
8 GB RAM
40 GB SSD
Local RAID 10

From

$17.99
/month

Windows is available as an option on your VPS, as a standalone order or from the Control Panel. As a guideline, you can view the overall cost of a VPS.

Included with your machine

SLA
99.95%
Scalability
Add resources via the Control Panel
Bandwidth
100 Mbps - Unlimited traffic
Anti-DDoS
Protection included
IP
1 IPv4 included (all ports open)
1 IPv6 included (all ports open)
Management
KVM
Root access
Reboot and reinstallation
Unlimited, via the Control Panel
Monitoring
The Control Panel gives you a detailed overview of your VPS

Optional features for your VPS SSD

Backup
Manual (Snapshot)
Additional space

Why choose a VPS SSD?

A VPS is the perfect compromise between a web hosting plan, a dedicated server and a public cloud instance. The VPS SSD range lets you manage your web projects in a server environment that you control in complete autonomy.

We didn't sacrifice the service quality in any way, shape or form. Performance has improved by a minimum of 57% compared to our VPS Classic range. SSDs are now an integral part of our models, which you can still get at very low prices.

Performance gains compared to the previous range

Classic 2014
AMD Opteron 4386
@ 3.1Ghz
VPS SSD 2016 v1
Xeon E5v3
@ 2.4 GHz
Gain
Timed Linux Kernel
Compilation 3.18-rc6 (sec)
1019 559 +83%
Apache Benchmark 2.4.7 (Req/sec) 4 052 8 561 +111%
NGINX Benchmark 1.0.11 (Req/sec) 5 209 15 560 +198%
PHPBench 0.8.1 (Score) 60 563 121 657 +101%
OpenSSL 1.0.1g (Signs/sec) 72 114 +57%

Tests performed with Phoronix Test Suite v5.4.1
The CPU models listed here correspond to the physical CPU. You will see a different model on your VPS, as QEMU is not configured to display the physical CPU.