Posts Tagged ‘webhosting’

SecureDragon VPS 1+ Year Review

I’ve used SecureDragon for over a year now (since November 2012), and I wanted to give them credit for providing a great service. I’ve used many different services, and I think this is one of the best.

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Kazila Xen VPS Review (1.5 years)

Kazila must be one of the best kept secrets in the webhosting world. They’ve been around since 2007, and I’ve seen posts on webhostingtalk from them going back to 2008. I signed up for Xen VPS service with them at the end of March 2011, shortly after their first LowEndBox posting.

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What do you use your VPS for?

I don’t have a picture of a VPS for you for this post, but here’s a nice goat. That’s nice, too, isn’t it? I run an nginx webserver, PHP-FPM, XCache, and MySQL for some WordPress and CakePHP websites. I run NSD DNS servers to manage DNS for my domains. I currently use 3 different VPSs […]

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CoreNetworks 4 Month Review

I used CoreNetworks service for about 4 months (February – May, 2010). I started with their “Starter LE26” plan for $24.95/month and upgraded after a month to the “Starter LE16” plan for $29.95/month. To be honest, my needs are pretty modest, but I always thought it would be neat to have my own dedicated server, […]

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DreamHost 2.5 Year Review

DreamHost screenshot circa 2007 from archive.org I got a DreamHost account back in June 2007. I had hosted some small static websites in the past (a long, long time ago) with pair Networks, but this time I wanted to run WordPress.

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