VPS comparison: RamNode vs. OVH vs. HostUS vs. Dediserve vs. SSD Nodes
In our last VPS comparison post, we looked at some of the biggest companies in the virtual private server (VPS) space—Vultr, Digital Ocean, and Linode—and tossed in our own specifications for good measure. We like letting the numbers speak for themselves, and, knowing that not everyone can fork out dozens of dollars every months for a high-performance VPS, we thought it was time to look at some of the smaller, and cheaper options out there. The good news, we've found, is that if you're short on cash, you don't have to be shorted on speed or features. There's no reason to bother with the extra-small 512MB offerings you'll find out there, particularly if you're well-versed with Docker and hosting multiple services with it, or taking that to the next level with SSL. As with our last post, we're looking at unmanaged VPSs with root access and running on KVM.
The raw numbers
|4 GB plans||RamNode||OVH||HostUS||Dediserve||SSD Nodes|
|RAM||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB|
|Disk||140 GB||40 GB||200 GB||125 GB||40 GB|
|CPU||4 cores||2 cores||6 cores||4 cores||1 cores|
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