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Thread: Popular datacenter
08-28-2003, 05:08 PM #1TDM_FDMGuest
Can you guys please list some reliable datacenter?
08-29-2003, 08:20 AM #2michaelfooGuest
From what I know, Rackshack has around 18K servers in their datacenter. So you may imagine their reliability.
Rackspace has 100% uptime SLA for their hosting plans. However, the pricing is not cheap.
Dedicatednow has their servers at NAC. And I think they offer they cheapest NAC servers.
Ohya, not to forget Verio Inc, if you have the $$ :P
08-29-2003, 10:38 AM #3eHostSpaceGuest
DedicatedNow is having NAC network, no doubt they're one of the best around.
Hmm..how about consider BURST.net (aka Nocster) -- I think they have some verio backing right ?
08-29-2003, 07:42 PM #4eHostSpaceGuest
I think DedicatedNow wouldn't be taking in anymore sales at the moment due to good business as they have been receiving countless sales recently. I bet they will be expanding as big as ev1 / Rackshack in no time. But I think their staff circle is not very big either - that explains why they have to shut off sales.
08-29-2003, 10:22 PM #5ProWebUKGuest
Rackspace is probably the most amazing company ever, they are prices are very high, but from what i have seen worth every penny. hotscripts.com uses their managed servers and i have yet to see that site down.
Rackshack is who we are with, infact they host 14,000 servers not 18,000 for unmanaged servers its definately the best value you will find, and they are a genuine compnay, no SLA but the network is awesome. i dont think we have had more than 5 minutes network downtime since having the servers (around 10 months), excellent support considering they offer unmanaged servers also
burstnet / nocster - i have yet to see someone have a good experience with them.
Basically my recommendations are as follows:
if you dont know your linux very well, or dont want to manage your server yourself:
know your linux basics at minimum and willing to spend a few hours setting it all up and 5 minutes checking for updates and updating each week:
Hope this helps
08-29-2003, 10:48 PM #6eHostSpaceGuest
Nocster / BURSTNet is quite slow in replying emails according to a friend of mine. I've spoken to them over AIM -- Sales and Support. They're pretty good.
08-29-2003, 11:49 PM #7michaelfooGuest
Blah... Nocster seems not interested to read their emails. You can hardly get replies from them if you sent them any mail.
Who knows? Maybe their mailbox were flooded by SPAMS so they do not even care to read the mails?
08-30-2003, 09:55 AM #8eHostSpaceGuest
Hmm probably I will check their AIM team up. See if they respond as fast.
04-28-2011, 02:09 AM #9
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That's a hard topic to addresses but I would say most of the well known ones are either in Chicago or in the Texas area.
04-29-2011, 06:16 AM #10
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