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  1. It's still very early in this startup's life but I like what I've seen (which is a rarity) so time for a review. VScale.io (website: www.vscale.io) is a new Russian hourly billing "cloud" provider targeted to developers. mini review / random notes: Saint-Petersburg location recent startup (but owned by Selectel, AS49505, an established Russian DC operator who owns 6 data centers in Saint-Petersburg and Moscow), hourly billing, integrated VM control panel/billing/support panel features are very much in progress (currently only 4 OS choices [Ubuntu 14.04, Debian 8.1, CentOS 7.1, OpenSuse 13.2, all 64-bit) . More OS choices, snapshots, and other features "coming soon". The panel, including SSH keys, works very well. API available (documentation currently Russian only https://developers.vscale.io/documentation/api/v1/ ) Excellent VPS performance (nodes feature SSD drives, KVM, E5 v3 processors, DDR4 RAM) and much better network performance than most other low cost Russian VPS's (points finger at Edis). Probably the fastest VPS creation I've experienced on any cloud platform. Support is very fast too (English support is available. Website/panel languages are English and Russian). tl;dr review: I like it my plan: 512 MB RAM, 20GB SSD, 1 CPU, 1TB traffic, 200 rubles monthly (about $2.93), KVM, Saint-Petersburg Russia location obligatorybench.sh benchmark: [email protected]:~# wget freevps.us/downloads/bench.sh -O - -o /dev/null|bash CPU model : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2670 v3 @ 2.30GHz Number of cores : 1 CPU frequency : 2299.996 MHz Total amount of ram : 494 MB Total amount of swap : 511 MB System uptime : 3 days, 21:04, Download speed from CacheFly: 33.6MB/s Download speed from Coloat, Atlanta GA: 11.5MB/s Download speed from Softlayer, Dallas, TX: 12.5MB/s Download speed from Linode, Tokyo, JP: 8.44MB/s Download speed from i3d.net, Rotterdam, NL: 26.0MB/s Download speed from Leaseweb, Haarlem, NL: 85.8MB/s Download speed from Softlayer, Singapore: 7.41MB/s Download speed from Softlayer, Seattle, WA: 14.4MB/s Download speed from Softlayer, San Jose, CA: 14.8MB/s Download speed from Softlayer, Washington, DC: 4.39MB/s I/O speed : 186 MB/s press release: http://www.gawkwire.com/web_hosting/selectel-unveils-new-cloud-hosting-brand-vscale.html coupon code--> SCALET200 (enough credit for 1 free month of 512MB KVM) <--SMS verification for new accounts required (or phone verification if you can't receive SMS).
  2. Luna Node Dynamic - the Canadian cloud virtualization platform (KVM) Luna Node Dynamic is a powerful cloud virtualization platform featuring rapid virtual machine deployment, snapshotting capabilities, an API for automation, complementary minimal server monitoring and DNS hosting, security groups, detachable volumes, and more. We have locations in Toronto and Montreal, providing reliable virtual private server hosting using the KVM hypervisor and the OpenStack software suite. Sign up today! Pricing All plans come with a 1gbps network port, unmetered internal traffic, KVM virtualization (with support for installation from custom ISO's), and optional storage on a distributed Ceph RADOS cluster. 512 MB - 1 vCPU, 15 GB storage, 1000 GB bandwidth, $0.005 hourly ($3.6 monthly) 1024 MB - 2 vCPU, 20 GB storage, 1500 GB bandwidth, $0.0072 hourly ($5.18 monthly) Special 2048 - 2 vCPU, 20 GB storage, 2000 GB bandwidth, $0.0097 hourly ($7.00 monthly) Special 1536 - 1 vCPU, 15 GB storage, 2000 GB bandwidth, $0.0072 hourly ($5.18 monthly) 2048 MB - 3 vCPU, 35 GB storage, 2000 GB bandwidth, $0.0139 hourly ($10.01 monthly) 4096 MB - 3 vCPU, 70 GB storage, 2500 GB bandwidth, $0.0267 hourly ($19.22 monthly) 8192 MB - 4 vCPU, 125 GB storage, 3000 GB bandwidth, $0.0514 hourly ($37.01 monthly) 16384 MB - 6 vCPU, 250 GB storage, 4000 GB bandwidth, $0.1 hourly ($72.00 monthly) See full plan list here. Features We offer a rich set of cloud features to fit your needs, no matter the application. Hourly billing: create and destroy virtual machines at any time, and only pay for the hours used. Our service is prepaid, and payments can be made via Paypal or Bitcoin. Custom operating systems: add custom ISO and qcow2 images directly from the panel by submitting a URL to the image; once the panel has finished downloading your image, you can begin provisioning VMs from it immediately. Live snapshots: snapshot your running VM at any time (no need to even turn it off!). The disk state will then be saved on a distributed filesystem, and can be cloned to provision more instances with the same configuration, or simply kept as a backup. API: a powerful API is available to programatically manage your servers and other cloud services. Private virtual networks: isolate your network traffic and get more control over your network configuration. Load balancers: HTTP(S) and TCP load balancers can be created within virtual networks to easily set up a distributed and redundant service. Detachable volumes: create arbitrary-sized block devices (volumes) and attach/detach them to virtual machine instances on the fly. Volumes are stored on a reliable, distributed Ceph RADOS cluster. Security groups: define external traffic restrictions on a VM-group level to make securing your software easy. Startup scripts: specify shell or cloud-config scripts to be run the first time your new VM instances boot. Server monitoring and DNS hosting: we offer complementary server monitoring (with various checks such as ping, TCP connect, and HTTP substring, and alerts over e-mail or SMS) and DNS hosting. Get started by registering an account in our panel! You can open a ticket within the first week to request a refund of remaining credit on your account, no questions asked. Locations All standard plans and cloud features are available in both our Toronto and Montreal locations. We feature premium DDoS filtering in Montreal, capable of protecting against large network-level attacks. Toronto (245 Consumers Rd 300 Toronto; Cogent DC): http://toronto-test.lunanode.com/100MB.test Montreal (OVH BHS): http://montreal-test.lunanode.com/100MB.test About Based in British Columbia, Canada, LunaNode Hosting Inc. first launched in August 2013, focusing on low-cost, reliable KVM virtual private server hosting. We use OpenStack for our back-end and an in-house billing / VM management panel called lndynamic on the front-end. We are committed to security and privacy and believe in the necessity of free software (see our GitHub). Our staff consists of experienced developers, system administrators, and network engineers; we are constantly monitoring and improving our infrastructure to ensure maximal uptime, and developing new tools to help you better manage your virtual machines. Upload your PGP key to https://lunanode.com/gpgmw to receive encrypted email from our mail server. New Features Here's a few features we've rolled out within the last few weeks: Volumes can now be extended in size; volume creation from volume snapshots has also been implemented We've redesigned and simplified the virtual machine details page Various service functions have been added to the API Links More information Wiki Terms of service Privacy policy Contact us: [email protected] Register an account