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Nexusbytes gave my VPS Ryzen+NVMe Upgrade

Nice way to beging the new year- as an existing user Nexusbytes , I got an upgrade for my 4 vCPU/4 GB RAM plan Update 1: Initially I was getting lower disk speeds…

Spinning up Dade2 Cloud

Intro: Saw the post for Dade2 cloud– $ 100 credit, on Webhostingtalk (link to offer page). I had been thiking of giving a (non-AWS/non-Google/non-DO) cloud server a try. The offer was tempting, and…

FLOWVPS Black Friday 2019 Offer

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. Specifications 4 vCPU…

NexusBytes- VPS-2 Plan, New York

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…

Checking out AMD Ryzen – ExtraVM Dallas

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….

Note on How to Secure a WordPress Site

Securing a WordPress site: a Continuous Journey Recently (this mornign in fact, November 15th 2019) there was a discussion on LowEndTalk on How to Secure a WordPress Site. I had been thinking about…

Review of Linux VPS by Nexusbytes – Part III

In this third and concluding part of the review of Nexus Bytes VPS (Virtual Private Server) Amar Vyas offers his final thoughts and recommendations.

A Homage to Servers

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.

Testing Alpine Linux on Freebox

In this post, Amar Vyas posts the results from testing a VPS from Freebox, which runs on Alpine Linux. You will find benchmarking results from nench.sh; bench.sh; YABS and speedtest.

Review of VPS from Nexusbytes – Part II

This is Part II Of a III part review reris for VPS from NexusBytes. In this post, Amar Vyas has published results from YABS, dd, and bench.sh tests.

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