Kansas CIty VPS Wanted

drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
Looking for recommended providers in Kansas City or very close by.

OpenVZ will suffice.   No exotic specifications needed.  Low RAM 256MB or less.  Low disk (10-20GB).   Reasonable transit (400GB+ per month).

Very interested in annual or quarterly style offers.

Anyone here with offers there?

Anyone use a provider there worth considering?
 

Zach

New Member
Verified Provider
If South Bend (about 90mi east of Chicago) works for you, I could definitely get you set up w/ OpenVZ there. KC, MO is probably near equidistant between Chicago and Dallas.

Edit: Just remembered you had a VPS with 24khost
 
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drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
Yep, trying to get something in KC or closer than TX or IL.  Front ending a real server with a VPS.

Lowest I have with my non KC nodes is 12ms.   That's low, but I'd like to see 1-2ms :)  Every ms counts and multiples.
 

mikho

Not to be taken seriously, ever!
Not sure if it's a recommendation but theres Virpus. :)


In my eyes one step worse then CVPS, atleast for the openvz part. Never tried their Xen products, rumors says it has better performance then their openvz line.
 

Damian

New Member
Verified Provider
We have a server there that we use for other things. We could provide you with a KVM container as a one-off. It's at Wholesale Internet, though that's what everyone else would be using too.
 
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JayCawb

New Member
Our lowest offering overall is our $3.99 VPS, which when paid on a longer billing term works out saving you upto 20%.

DA is free, and you can see the discounts when paying on a longer billing term here..

Also here's a recent review from 96mb of a service in Kansas City. 

BlueVM and EaseVPS are the main ones that come to mind... 
 

Thanks for the mention.
 
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notFound

Don't take me seriously!
Verified Provider
Only KVM and Xen but there's always GoVPSGo, I've always reccomended them, really stable and awesome. Probably a bit over your pricing range and specifications range though.
 
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D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
If South Bend (about 90mi east of Chicago) works for you, I could definitely get you set up w/ OpenVZ there. KC, MO is probably near equidistant between Chicago and Dallas.
Wouldn't work because traffic is backhauled through Chicago. Physical distance is irrelevant in that case.
 

Zach

New Member
Verified Provider
Wouldn't work because traffic is backhauled through Chicago. Physical distance is irrelevant in that case.
Only said that to clarify the distance between South Bend and Chicago.  90 miles makes literally a few ms difference in terms of latency.
 

drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
Thanks Sir @Mun.

@BlueVM : Tried the speed test file in KC.  600K-900K/s.  Umm what's up there?
 
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