In this post I will talk about the process of creating an account, setting up the CDN for “Push” plan. I will set up the storage option separately and update this post.
Introduction: Avoro’s AMD Epyc Processor based KVM
Avoro recently posted their AMD EPYC special offer on LET. This was the same offer they had posted during the
“Palindrome Day” deals thread
Introduction: KVM Plan by Datawest
Over at LET and LES, came the post about the ‘deal’ by Datawest- a provider from Australia. At 3.3 Aussie Dollars (INR 150) a month, a 1 CPU Core/ 6 GB SSD/ 1 GM RAM/ 1 TB BW KVM was tempting enough to try – at worst, for a month. Thus began my journey of struggles, frustrations, and finally some success with this VPS.
I will updat this post with my notes later, for now- below are the results. You my also find more tests and discussion in this thread on Low End Talk.
4 vCPU 4GB RAM 15GB NVMe - Primary 100GB SSD - Secondary (Not bootable) 1.5TB Data 1 IPv4At 15 Australian Dollars/Quarter (about $ 10 US Dollars), this is one sweet deal!
Nexus Bytes announced their Ryzen + NVMe offers recently on Low End Spirit among other places. I was thinking of consolidating the VPS’es in this quarter – somehow ended up building a collection of VPS’es in the second half of 2019. Jay (Seriesn) and I and separately, another user poisson had been exchanging messages about the same, when I finally decided to bite the bullet.
I had been eyeing the AMD based VPS’es by ExtraVM for some time. I had also exchanged some messages with Mike from ExtaVm on Low End Talk about a VPS plan in Singapore. That somehow did not materialize. On January 1st 2020, New Year’s Day, Mike Posted his offer for Read more…