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dexter
Jun 24, 2003


JHVH-1 posted:

I work at http://www.choopa.com
We do mostly managed servers, and mostly adult sites. A lot of porno tube streaming video applications, and that kind of thing.

We don't do CPanel virtual accounts anymore, but if you want to run your own CPanel server we sell it as an add-on.

We also run http://unmeteredservers.com for unmanaged customers who want a capped speed port and not worry about how 95th percentile or transfer per month.

I don't suspect a lot of people here to be that interested as we aren't a goon priced type of place that sells hosting for $10/month.

I gotta vouch for unmeteredservers and choopa. I have a few servers with unmeteredservers and some other web stuff on a choopa box. Not only are they cheap but the support is awesome too. I had a datacenter tech fix a stupid user-created issue on one of my machines free and within 30 minutes.

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dexter
Jun 24, 2003


Mortanis posted:

It doesn't look like there's a lot of good options for Windows based VPS setups. The company I work for has all its own hardware for hosting some 500+ website - we build the site, then host it. That's worked fine, but we're looking at losing the hardware due to cost, and maybe switching to VPS based services.

Are there any serious options I should look into? My boss is pretty adamant we move away from having our own hardware, due to a number of factors, but nothing really seems to fit the bill for us cleanly. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Rackspace Cloud is doing Windows VMs now. We've been using their Linux product for about six months now and are pretty happy with it.

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