I run a small web hosting company past few years. I just offered shared hosting to my customers but now i want to offer VPS to them. I spent couple of days to find out which one to choose and I found both advantages and disadvantages on all the major one. But the only thing that confused me is which one will be best for me and my possible customers. The hardware details are as follows:
Processor : Intel Xeon i7 W3520
CPU Cores : 4
Threads : 8
Cache: 8MB L2 Cache
QPI: 4.8 GT/sec
Turbo Boost: Upto 2.93 GHz
Architecture : 64 bits
Memory : 24GB ECC DDR3 RAM
Storage : 2 X 2TB SATA II
RAID : Software RAID 0/1
Data Transfer Rate : 3 gbps each
Network Connection : Gigabit
Operating System : CentOS
Please help me choose the best one for this server so that I can maximize my earning and provide best thing to my customers.
Thanks in advance.
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We choose Hyper-V as our virtualzation platform because it completely isolates your virtual server from others, and basically its actually same as dedicated server, except it is more flexible. Unlike Virtuozzo, OpenVZ, and other virtualization platforms Hyper-V guarantees dedicated RAM, and you got yourself VPS server much stronger than dedicated one (similarly priced).
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I'm also interested in this thread. I'm interesting in offering VPS services but am still new to VPS hosting.
Judging from the machine specs the original poster has shown, how many low-budget VPS's are you able to host on one physical machine?
Also, what is the relationship between SolusVM and Xen?! From what I understand, Xen is the actual virtuallization engine, and SolusVM is just the front-end? Please correct me if I'm wrong.
I would choose Xen, which will undoubtedly be the most stable for your customers. We operate over 100 VPS nodes, and the 'problem' servers have historically used OpenVZ -- while the most reliable are all running Xen.
Another advantage of Xen is that you can run Linux and Windows containers on the same physical host.