Backupsy - Netherlands Location is UP! - 250GB for $7/month

serverian

Well-Known Member
Verified Provider
Order your new Netherlands Backupsy TODAY!

 

Visit our website and read our FAQ: https://backupsy.com

 

Disclaimer: Our Netherlands products are not limited to be used as backup. You can use these as regular VPS except torrents, TOR, game servers. Note that these VPSes are not backed up. For redundancy we recommend you to get 2 x Backupsy in different locations and mirror them.

 

250GB VPS for $7/month:


Code:
KVM Virtualization
1 vCPU (Intel Xeon X5650, Fair share)
512 MB Memory
250GB RAID 50 Storage Space (HP P410 Controller with cache memory and BBU with enterprise hard drives)
1000GB Traffic Limit
1Gbps Uplink
1 IPv4
Order Here: https://backupsy.com/cart.php?a=add&pid=19&promocode=DUTCHCRISIS

 

For bigger storage please contact us for good deals.

 

If you want to try it before you buy, feel free to PM me. We are also offering a 7 day no questions asked money back guarantee.

 

We utilize our custom control panel that has ability to install popular Linux distributions (Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS) automatically by scripting (Kickstart, Preseed). (You can however, install them manually by using our out of band Java based console)

 

We are also offering ISO mounts for popular storage management operating systems such as FreeNAS, Openfiler, Openmediavault and Turnkey Linux Fileserver. For additional ISO files, please contact us by simply opening a ticket and we will add them for free.

 

You can view our control panel screenshot here:

 



 

Location: Naaldwijk, Netherlands

Test IP: 192.71.151.4

Test File: http://192.71.151.4/100MB.test

 

Our TOS is linked here: https://backupsy.com/tos.html
 
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D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
Wow! Four locations, great work! This is getting to be a very popular service, and with good reason. How old is Backupsy, BTW? It sure seems you've grown fast. Also, any plans for IPv6 at any of your locations? I know it's KVM so I can tunnel, but if you've got native in the works that's even better. Finally, if you don't mind my asking, why can this service be used for "regular" hosting, and services at other locations can't be?
 
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wdq

Quade
Wow, another location already. I can't wait to see what locations are next. Maybe a US west coast one?
 

serverian

Well-Known Member
Verified Provider
Wow! Four locations, great work! This is getting to be a very popular service, and with good reason. How old is Backupsy, BTW? It sure seems you've grown fast. Also, any plans for IPv6 at any of your locations? I know it's KVM so I can tunnel, but if you've got native in the works that's even better. Finally, if you don't mind my asking, why can this service be used for "regular" hosting, and services at other locations can't be?
Backupsy is 2 months old now. I need to code some stuff before offering IPv6 and I feel lazy these days :) But will do in the next week. This node has dual X5650 CPUs which would allow the regular CPU intensive applications.
 

D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
4 locations in 2 months?

The service has to be growing in a big way.  Keep it going!
Yeah, exactly. And from the looks of it it might well be 5 locations in 3 months. LA sounds good. Also, I'm glad to hear IPv6 is in the plans. Which of your locations support it in the hardware/network? In other words, which of your locations are only waiting on you finishing up some software to get IPv6 online? I know Buffalo needs more than software  <_< but AFAIK Dallas, Lombard, and the Netherlands should have everything else in place.
 
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serverian

Well-Known Member
Verified Provider
Yeah, exactly. And from the looks of it it might well be 5 locations in 3 months. LA sounds good. Also, I'm glad to hear IPv6 is in the plans. Which of your locations support it in the hardware/network? In other words, which of your locations are only waiting on you finishing up some software to get IPv6 online? I know Buffalo needs more than software  but AFAIK Dallas, Lombard, and the Netherlands should have everything else in place.
 

Well, Buffalo and Dallas have it but they are not offering, yet. NL and Lombard has it so they are waiting for me to code it!
 
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Damian

New Member
Verified Provider
Still hoping you can shed some light on this.

500th post.
I would imagine that it's to effect quality. There's a massive pile of other hosts offering 'regular' service in his locations, but no hosts offering storage-only (except for Buffalo). Better to do one thing really well than be mediocre at everything.
 

TheLinuxBug

New Member
@serverian, Congrats on the progress you have made.  You seem to have come far, in a very quick time and nothing but rave reviews about your service and product, that I have seen so far.

On a side note:  If you could do me a favor and check your messages here on vpsBoard when you get a chance, I would appreciate it (sent you a message over a week ago).

Cheers!
 
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serverian

Well-Known Member
Verified Provider
@serverian, Congrats on the progress you have made.  You seem to have come far, in a very quick time and nothing but rave reviews about your service and product, that I have seen so far.

On a side note:  If you could do me a favor and check your messages here on vpsBoard when you get a chance, I would appreciate it (sent you a message over a week ago).

Cheers!
Sorry, I've missed this somehow, I've replied it.
 
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