What is the cheapest vps of windows? And do you know any trial service for 30 days?

Discussion in 'Hosting Talk & Reviews' started by dario gomez, Oct 29, 2015.

  1. dario gomez

    dario gomez New Member

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    Hi, i want a cheap windows vps service with windows cheaper than 10 dollars and i need to createmany vps. But i dont want azure vps, neither amazon vps, do you know any good alternative forme? I want to use it for 30 days, a trial is good for me too, Many thanks!
     
  2. kunnu

    kunnu Active Member Verified Provider

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    Seems you are looking for a windows vps re-seller program?


    How many VPS you need and preferred location?


    You can check offer section. Many VPS provider gives discount code for first month.
     
  3. ExonHost

    ExonHost Member Verified Provider

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    You can try winity.io
     
  4. dario gomez

    dario gomez New Member

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    I need to create 100 win vps that is the reason that i ask for something cheap
     
  5. ChrisM

    ChrisM Cocktail Enthusiast Moderator Verified Provider

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    @dario gomez Look at getting a few dedicated servers to create your windows vps' on. It should be much cheaper in the long run. 
     
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  6. kunnu

    kunnu Active Member Verified Provider

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    Then don't waste money and purchase a dedicated server, sigup with Microsoft SPLA Program and use datacenter license to license your all 100 VPSs.


    You can also ask to providers for giving a bulk discount. Many windows VPS provider will be happy to give you a discount If you purchase in a bulk.
     
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  7. ExonHost

    ExonHost Member Verified Provider

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    I'd suggest to purchase dedicated server with windows datacenter license. Then setup hyper-v and create windows vm.
     
  8. OldmanLearning

    OldmanLearning New Member

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    30 days trial ?  Don't you think that is too much ? :)
     
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  9. OSTKCabal

    OSTKCabal Active Member Verified Provider

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    So you need 100 Windows-based VMs for only 30 days? May I ask exactly what you intend to do with those?
     
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  10. drmike

    drmike 100% Tier-1 Gogent

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    Linux :)
     
  11. ademayem

    ademayem New Member

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    yeah, install wine on linux :)
     
  12. PowerUpHosting-Udit

    PowerUpHosting-Udit New Member Verified Provider

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    Grabbing a dedicated server with Datacenter edition license would be an ideal option for you. Since you will be able to license as many VPS on that node as you can. So you can grab a big 16 threaded server with around 48-64GB of RAM and virtualise your VPS using Hyper-V
     
  13. Hosting Specialists

    Hosting Specialists New Member

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  14. kunnu

    kunnu Active Member Verified Provider

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    Beware of colocrossing scam sites like HVH and 100+ other fake brands/company which can't even register. Colocrossing = scam.
     
  15. Hosting Specialists

    Hosting Specialists New Member

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    I agree, Colocrossing isn't the best but I wouldn't call it a scam...
     
  16. PowerUpHosting-Udit

    PowerUpHosting-Udit New Member Verified Provider

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    Do you happen to have any first hand experience with them?
     
  17. seregenka

    seregenka New Member

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    Hello u can to take vps on prohoster.info
    It is very cheap and easy )
     
     
  18. Webhostpython

    Webhostpython New Member

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    Hey Dario, I agree with what most have mentioned here. Get a dedicated server with some type of DDOS protection, become a microsoft partner, and get a SPLA agreement.


    Just beware that the pricing on Windows licensing is supposed to be increasing. Instead of a per-processor pricing structure, which is what they're using now, they're going to be changing over to a per-core pricing structure. I never found out if they were going to apply this to their older Win 2008 versions too, but you may want to find out before hand. 


    If you speak with the guys over at Insight, they can help you get started with all of the paperwork for joining their SPLA agreement. You can then either activate/use the dedicted server editions of the license (which allows unlimited windows vms, 1 license PER processor but again may change or have already changed to a per-core structure) or just get individual licenses which is much more expensive. Good luck