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SolvedByData – 2GB SSD VPS @ $15/yr & more in New York and Los Angeles!

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , Date/Time: May 28, 2019 @ 10:00 am, by Frank Williams

SolvedByData has recently submitted a flash sale to share with the community. They are offering 3 different VPS plans to choose from, available for deployment in their Los Angeles or New York datacenter locations. We were told that the flash sale below has limited quantities available. As always we’re interested in hearing your feedback so feel free to comment in the comments section below!

Here’s what they had to say:

“SolvedByData provides purpose built hosting for mission critical sites, applications, stores, forums, and more. Our performance tuned platform takes the worry and guesswork out of hosting.

With SolvedByData, we provide hassle-free hosting, with a get-it-done attitude – so you can focus on growing your business. With so many hosting companies to choose from, we at SolvedByData want to make this decision as easy and clear to you as possible. We believe in building long term business relationships with our customers, and we do that by understanding your needs and following through with that understanding. With our years of industry experience, we know what it takes in order to get you up and running, and keep you online every step of the way. You can always rely on SolvedByData – day and night.”

Here’s the offers:

2GB-SSD-VPS

  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 2 GB vSwap
  • 20 GB SSD Storage
  • 2.5 TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Network Speed
  • OpenVZ/SolusVM
  • New York or Los Angeles
  • $15/yr
  • [ORDER]

4GB-SSD-VPS

  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 4 GB vSwap
  • 40 GB SSD Storage
  • 5 TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Network Speed
  • OpenVZ/SolusVM
  • New York or Los Angeles
  • $29/yr
  • [ORDER]

6GB-SSD-VPS

  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 6 GB RAM
  • 6 GB vSwap
  • 80 GB SSD Storage
  • 10 TB Bandwidth
  • 1Gbps Network Speed
  • OpenVZ/SolusVM
  • New York or Los Angeles
  • $45/yr
  • [ORDER]

You can find their ToS/Legal Docs here. They accept PayPal, Credit Cards, Alipay and Cryptocurrency (bitcoin and altcoins) as payment methods.

NETWORK INFO:

Los Angeles, CA, USA
Test IPv4: 198.46.138.196
Test file: http://198.46.138.196/100MB.test

Buffalo, NY, USA
Test IPv4: 192.210.234.131
Test file: http://192.210.234.131/100MB.test


Hardware Information:
– Intel Xeon E3 3.20 GHz or greater
– 32GB – 64GB of RAM
– 4x 1TB Samsung 860 SSD’s
– LSI Hardware RAID10
– 1Gbps Network

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

18 Comments

  1. Hi,
    can i have windows R2012 on 4GB-SSD-VPS for this price?

    May 28, 2019 @ 6:57 pm | Reply
  2. Bychawa:

    Bullshit shared hosting not VPS

    May 29, 2019 @ 7:20 pm | Reply
  3. Brian:

    NYC/LA sites are probably the most competitive on here. I’ve have nodes at both sites running solid since last year. There was a brief connectivity blip in nyc, and they actually reached out to make sure I was okay. Top notch for price, I’d pick them over anyone at this point.

    May 29, 2019 @ 9:49 pm | Reply
  4. Erik Ashfolk:

    Hi , Can you please INCLUDE these with any of your above VPS offers (for the same price) ? and i have few extra questions:
    (1) can you add IPv6-address ? native IPv6-address or tunneled IPv6-address ?
    (2) do you support setup of PTR/RDNS for IPv4 & IPv6 address thru your VPS control/management panel or via support-ticket ? does you panel have API to setup PTR from the VPS ?
    (3) can you please provide internet routable & native 18-QuinTillion-IPv6-addresses ( also known as: one /64 IPv6-SUBNET , it contains 18QT-IPv6-addresses ) for the offered VPS ? if you cannot provide 18QT-IPv6-Addresses ( a /64 IPv6-SUBNET ) , then can you provide atleast a smaller amount: 4-Billion-IPv6-Addresses ( 4BN = 4Bilions-IPv6 addresses are equivalent of one /96 IPv6-SUBNET ) ? If you can provide 18QT or 4BN IPv6-addresses then Can you also setup your DNS-NameServer to point those addresses’ range toward my NameServer(NS) running in the VPS ? My VPS’s server-apps need to setup(add/delete/modify) PTR dns-record for any of those IPv6-addresses very-quickly/instantly at any random moment.
    (4) do you respect+follow+uphold People+client+customer & their-user’s PRIVACY-RIGHTS ? and do you follow Data Privacy+Protection+Security LAWS ? ( GDPR Laws . Laws similar to California SB-1386 civil code §§ 1798.29, 1798.82, 1798.84. CalOPPA code §§ 22575-22579. CCPA (AB-375 / SB-1121) code §§ 1798.100. etc. USA-Federal PRIVACY-LAWS have substantial “opt-out” requirements. etc )
    (5) do you AUTO-SEND any (root/vnc/ssh/control-panel/web-portal) PASSWORD into any customer’s/client’s email-address thru OPEN email (when client orders VPS or Reinstall-OS or changes PASSWORD, etc) ? if you do then you’re violating various laws , please fix . Do you allow clients/customers to setup the VPS-root-password in the ( HTTPS based secure ) VPS-order webpage ? if you do then you are following at-least one good security+protection policy+law . Do you share any (Private/Personal) data/code from VPS with anyone else or with any 3rd-party ? if you do not share & if you guard data/code, only then you are upholding People’s+User’s+Client’s+Customer’s Privacy-RIGHTS and following Privacy + Protection + Security, etc Laws.
    (6) Full Root Access available ? TUN/TAP/PPP ? Virtualizor access ? Debian v9.9 or higher available ? VNC/SSH access ?

    if you respond then thanks.

    EXTRA-NOTES:

    When any EMAIL’s content is NOT-Encrypted With GPG/PGP/SMIME (keys/certs) Then that EMAIL is OPEN EMAIL.
    Data passing thru HTTP or FTP is OPEN.
    Data passing thru HTTPS is secure/ENCRYPTED . HTTPS is Encrypted with CA validated certificates/keys.
    Data passing thru FTPS, SFTP, etc are secure+encrypted . When you have option to use both, prefer FTPS (as it uses FTP over/thru SSH).
    Correct FCrDNS, PTR/RDNS, WHITELISTED-IP, SPF, etc are necessary for MAIL-server to send-out EMAILs into an “INBOX”, or else EMAILs are either REJECTED or placed into SPAM/TRASH folder.
    DNS is OPEN . DNS queries & answers can be secured by using DoH (DNS over/thru HTTPS) or DNS-over-TLS,etc . DNS answer’s authenticity can be verified by using DNSSEC.
    For any assigned IPv4/IPv6-“ADDRESS”, a VPS-Provider have to setup/add Reverse-DNS-ADDRESS for that assigned IPv4/IPv6-Address in VPS-Provider’s DNS-NameServer . ( it means, VPS-Provider have to setup/add PTR DNS record in VPS-Provider’s DNS-NameServer’s reverse-zone, & set the ANSWER/RETURN value (of PTR DNS-record) pointing toward Client’s/Customer’s host.zone/host.domain ).
    When a client’s/customer’s VPS-server-apps need large numbers of IPv4/IPv6-addresses (for example: 256-IPv4-addresses or 18-Quintillion-IPv6-Addresses, btw a /64-IPv6-subnet also has 18-Quintillion-IPv6-addresses = 18QT-IPv6-adrs) from even a larger number of IP-Address pool which are assigned to a VPS-Provider , and when client’s/customer’s VPS-server-apps must also be able to set the PTR dns-record on their own for each of those provided IP-addresses , then VPS-Provider can provide such amount of addresses & functionality by setting-up a NS & a CNAME dns-record in VPS-Provider’s DNS-NameServer(s) . ( it means, VPS-Provider have to add a NS record (in VPS-Provider’s DNS-Nameserver’s reverse-zone) for the provided IP-addresses’ range and set/add an ANSWER/RETURN value pointing toward client’s/customer’s DNS-NameServer running inside the VPS , and VPS-Provider also have to setup a CNAME dns-record with “GENERATE” option (in the same reverse-zone) and set/add an RETURN/ANSWER value pointing toward the IPv6s’ PTR/RDNS “x.ip6.arpa” itself . This is not “delegation” or “sub-delegation”, this is another way to provide a large-number IP-addresses to a VPS which needs more-than one-separate IP-address for it’s multiple server/daemon/apps, and when those VPS-server-apps need to setup(add/delete/modify) the PTR on its own very quickly on any random moment instantly.

    May 30, 2019 @ 4:12 am | Reply
  5. m0ntana:

    I have VPS from solvedbydata, but don’t use it much. But when i do – it works. No fails, no network issue. Good VPS for this money.

    May 30, 2019 @ 12:57 pm | Reply
  6. jjo21631:

    I’ve been using SBD for around 5 months. Service has been rock solid. Prompt response 2 my tickets, which haven’t been many – 2 questions.

    Had 2 other low-end providers that went belly up. So far SBD has provided everything I need in a low cost provider. Do your backups to protect your data.

    Looking forward to a great ongoing relationship with SBD. I have no complaints. They’ve delivered service and I am considering another purchase.

    May 30, 2019 @ 2:04 pm | Reply
  7. I’ve used SolvedByData for 5 months now. Performance for me, quite ok. Not so much fuss, every support email answered within reasonable time. For me, it worth the money I’ve paid for.

    May 30, 2019 @ 3:21 pm | Reply
  8. Users of our open source VoIP products use low-cost cloud providers because they are a good value. We test a number of providers almost weekly, and SolvedByData almost always ranks as one of the highest performance, least costly VPS providers out there. We use them ourselves and love ’em. Results/comparisons available here for those that are interested: http://nerdvittles.com/?p=28681

    May 31, 2019 @ 7:00 am | Reply
  9. Mark Krieger:

    We weren’t quite as lucky.
    While the 2GB-SSD-VPS seemed nice and fast we were never able to get cPanel DNS only installed since we couldn’t get Port 53 UDP to connect to the server from outside their centre.
    Never had a problem with any other provider to set that up and they couldn’t help.
    Port testing showed open-filtered.
    They didn’t refund us.

    May 31, 2019 @ 7:34 pm | Reply
  10. Anirban Mukherjee:

    One of the worst provider I have seen for Shared Hosting. Will not recommend at any point of time. Stay away from them. If someone from SBD is curious to know my authencity , please refer to this support ticket no #678313.

    June 1, 2019 @ 12:48 pm | Reply
  11. Peter:

    Will renewal price be the same ?

    June 2, 2019 @ 12:12 am | Reply
  12. Two questions:
    – Is IPv6 included?
    – Is TUN/TAP enabled?

    June 2, 2019 @ 11:06 pm | Reply
  13. Nixxi:

    what a ripoff at the last moment the 15 usd becomes 18.
    ofc you already lost the time to enter all the info etc :/

    June 4, 2019 @ 4:21 am | Reply
  14. Snegopad:

    Docker support in OpenVZ plans?

    June 11, 2019 @ 7:21 am | Reply
  15. Robert:

    Currently Uptime Robot shows the following for my shared hosting:

    7.26% (last 24 hours) – no that isn’t a typo!
    73.14% (last 7 days)
    84.23% (last 30 days)

    I got a very cheap deal with SolvedByData and that was an experiment to see how it performed. My (much) more expensive VPS with another company shows 100% uptime for the last 30 days. I can’t see how that kind of downtime is viable for any website that wants Google traffic.

    June 24, 2019 @ 4:33 am | Reply
  16. i am using solvedbydata vm to host my snmp monitor. very light load resource. for about a year vm is stable, available, performance as expected.
    the price vs quality of service ratio is just right
    thank you

    July 3, 2019 @ 10:07 am | Reply
  17. Mike:

    I’ve had a shared hosting account with SolvedByData since November of last year (2018), and have not had any issues with their service. I even get an occasional comment from one of their customer service reps asking how things are going and if there are any issues. Nothing but good things to say from my experience with them.

    July 11, 2019 @ 10:47 am | Reply
  18. Jeff:

    They should replace their 99.9% uptime guarantee with a 10% downtime guarantee. That would at least somewhat reflect reality.

    August 12, 2019 @ 4:08 am | Reply

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