Review of Linux VPS by Nexusbytes – Part III

In this post, I will offer my final thoughts, and concluding remarks about review of VPS Nexusbytes VPS.

Recap : Review of Linux VPS by Nexusbytes

As mentioned in part one and part two, I was reviewing two Virtual Private Servers (VPS) by Nexusbytes LLC in the month of October. One of them is in Germany, and the other in New York. I named them Tweeledee and Tweedledum, respectively – a reference to the characters from Alice in Wonderland

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A Homage to Servers

Decorations for Deepawali Festival - Image used on underworldstartup.com source Wikipedia

On Deepawali day, I thought of taking a break from the usual set of reviews and benchmarks and have some fun. I fired up Vlogeasy, app for making this short video.

Review of VPS’es from Nexusbytes- Part I

Review of VPs by Nexusbytes. blog of Amar Vyas
CPU information for VPS by Nexusbytes, October 2020
Screenshot of /proc/cpuinfo from Nexusbytes VPS in Germany

In this post, I will do a quick review of VPS by Nexusbytes. Below I am posting the results from two test setups that user @seriesn from Nexusbytes provided. They are a provider out of Middlebury, Connecticut and they contacted me through LowEndTalk requesting for my review. While I am still a learner and a beginner, I cannot let go of a chance to test out a VPS, with some new learnings (as always) along the way. Let us dive into the review right away.

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Benchmark Tests on VPS- Part III

This is the final set of benchmark tests on VPS’es. Starting next week, I will put them to the intended use. One quarter of idling nearly eight VPS’es is enough 🙂

A discussion on Lowendtalk forums introduced me to a new script on running benchmarks. I promptly tried it this morning and got some interesting results:

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Running nench.sh on 10 VPS’es – KVM, OVZ, NAT

Table by Amar Vyas showing comparison of specifications of VPS

Over the past few months thanks to LowEndtalk (and the frown of my spouse), I have managed to gather a collection of Virtual Private Servers (VPS’es). Ten at the last count. Till April this year, I did not even know what a VPS was. Five months later, I am writing a post comparing the performances of different VPS’es, some of which are  KVM, others OVZ and the rest are NAT devices.

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