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#1 chefdackel

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Posted 28 July 2014 - 04:36 PM

For everyone who wants to get a new VPS Windows: please be aware, that most providers change their offers these days. The offers will go far better than before. So it is a good option to not select a contract length of more than one or three months to be able to switch to a better system in short time.

 

Some providers do offer more RAM and more Cores for the same money, and also the option of SSDs which become important if your UniGUI application makes heavy use of database servers. Here in germany keep an eye to Strato and HostEurope which offers very attractive VPS systems these days. As far as I see contabo only do offer the SSD-option for the root servers, but I am sure they keep an eye at their competitors and will offer SSD also for the VPS systems in short time.

 

 


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#2 WildFrag

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Posted 28 July 2014 - 07:02 PM

on Amazone you can get Windows vps server free for 1 year (SSD included)


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#3 Abaksoft

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Posted 28 July 2014 - 09:56 PM

THX ChefDackel.
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#4 chefdackel

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Posted 30 July 2014 - 05:06 PM

on Amazone you can get Windows vps server free for 1 year (SSD included)

 

yes, but the T1 micro instances do offer 613 MB RAM and one (1) vCore. For testing of UniGUI applications that may be enough, but you will get very soon resource problems with some concurrent users, db servers, not to speak of real world applications. Not enough resources if you want to offer your hosted application to your customers and don`t want to lease a new vServer for every new customer.


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