Which VPS should I have a deal with?

Started by JoffriKey, Nov 09, 2022, 01:06 PM

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Which VPS (libertyvps.net or rockhoster.com) should I have a deal with?


Are there set-up fees? If so, what are they – and are they waived for first-time subscribers?


All that really matters is which web hosting is right for you. It is a good idea to speak to web host's representative to make sure that you'll receive exactly what you need. Can recommend these hosts:
1) Rightservers.com Managed VPS
2) Arvixe.com Virtual Private Servers.
3) Cloudarion.com SSD VPS hosting solutions.


If you take a turnkey administration service (in other words, with maintenance), then you can be sure that the VPS is serviced more or less constantly.
Also, this is a kind of insurance, if problems occur - you will not pay a lot of money on a one-time basis.
And also, in case of problems, the company that serves will be responsible for it and will have to fix it and/or compensate.

In case of one-time work, you should monitor the work, periodically make tickets to check the status of the server, stay up at night if something falls, and the opportunity to get to big bucks in case of serious problems (full hаcking to root, for example).

This is of course the perfect description. Everything very much depends on specific hosting providers and administrators. But the general idea and thought of this difference is somewhere here.


rockhoster.com sounds pretty good to me. I have used them and have nothing bad to say about their services.
Also I have had good experience with cloudarion.com. I can recommend them.


I'm using Libertyvps.net Bitcoin VPS since September 2021 and i don't know how good is support because i haven't needed till know. Everything works perfect!


I highly recommend Libertyvps.net NL web host. The service, both as a web host and in dealing with customers, has been most satisfactory.
The support is very responsive and willing to work through with you any problems related to the hosting. As with most providers, though, add-ons or more advanced features will cost you.