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Mon Mar 30 02:43:38 UTC 2020
On 30/3/20 6:39 am, Aryeh Friedman wrote:
> My company currently uses RootBSD and we are looking to deactivate our two
> servers there and consolidate them into one. I decided at the same time
> to looking into other options. We are looking for very basic hosting
> (i.e. we manage the machine [or vm] completely and they only supply the
> hardware and networking). Currently we use the servers for cloud storage,
> a few very low traffic web sites (all running on www/tomcat9
> [java/openjdk8]) and DIY off site backups/cloud storage. My guess is we
> need 2 cores, 4 GB of RAM and about 80 GB of disk to be safe and want to be
> running 12.1-RELEASE (amd64) on it but have the right to upgrade it
(*** With a caveat that I work for them! ***)
I'm the FreeBSD and NetBSD template maintainer at OrionVM, did a WIP
talk at AsiaBSDCon 2019 and the FreeBSD stream at Linux.conf.au this
year about it.
I can get you a demo account to play with and some pricing if you're
interested. We do VMs with the cores and RAM you want, and you can live
attach/detach extra disks and networks. Anything within the VM
(upgrades, packages, etc) are up to you.
Our POPs are in Virgina, Santa Clara, and Australia.
We usually work with MSPs, Telcos, system integrators and such, but your
CFL stuff on your site looks really interesting.
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