Comparison of Classic VPS V/s. SSD VPS V/s. Cloud VPS Print

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"What's the difference between Classic, Cloud and SSD VPS plans", this is the most common question we are asked, when customers explore VPS plans on our website. Therefore, we have compiled most common differences between these plans in following table. 

Service /
Hardware Option
Traditional/Classic VPS SSD VPS Cloud VPS
Operating System Updates Managed by client

Critical updates are installed by our team.

Non-critical updates upon client's request.

Managed by client
Troubleshooting VPS Server Issues Basic support Fully managed Basic support
Port Speed 1 Gbps 1 Gbps 1 Gbps
VPS Monitoring Add-on Included Add-on
Storage RAID 10 Enterprise Grade Nimble SAN storage. RAID 6 Enterprise Grade SSD storage. SAN
Fault Tolerance The HDD has moving parts and magnetic platters. The SSD drive has no moving parts. Almost negligible possibility of failures. Cloud Hosting uses SAN storage and are redundant. It  offers 100% hardware uptime.
Scalability
  • With Linux Classic VPS, upgrade & downgrade both are possible.
  • With Windows Classic VPS, downgrade of RAM, vCPU and Bandwidth is possible, but disk-space downgrade is not possible.
  • With Linux SSD VPS, upgrade & downgrade both are possible.
  • With Windows SSD VPS, downgrade of RAM, vCPU and Bandwidth is possible, but disk-space downgrade is not possible.
  • With Linux Cloud VPS, upgrade & downgrade both are possible.
  • With Windows Cloud VPS, downgrade of RAM, vCPU and Bandwidth is possible, but disk-space downgrade is not possible.
Complementary Backups Included Included Included
Operating System Boot Time Average bootup time is around 40 seconds. Average bootup time is around 22 seconds. Average bootup time is around 30 seconds.


Looking to compare HARD DRIVES V/S. SSD DRIVES? Please refer to Compare Hard-Drive for more details. 


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