These servers are part of our public preview. What does this mean? Not all features, such as snapshots and backups, are currently functional.
We expect no issues or downtime with this platform, but if you plan on running critical applications, keep this preview status in mind.
Billed annually at $89.99/yr
Billed annually at $119.99/yr
Billed annually at $239.99/yr
Billed annually at $359.99/yr
8GB plans on UnixBench
|Backup support||Paid plan in development||No support|
|Live snapshots||Free feature in development||No plan available|
|Additional storage solutions
Attach custom-size additional storage to server
|Paid solution in development||No support|
|Reboot-less kernel updates||Yes||No|
Ability to migrate between servers
|Yes, with no downtime||Yes, but with downtime|
Truly personal support
Multiple Tier-1 ISPs
A fully automated platform
Enterprise SSDs with RAID
Support Ubuntu, Debian, and CentOS
A comprehensive control panel
Support for infinite applications
A 14-day money back guarantee
Support, and talking right to the founder, was a very personable and down to earth experience, and that only cemented the fact that I've brought my money to the right place when signing up for the SSD Nodes service.
Absolutely phenomenal service, I didn’t notice any downtime over the 5+ months I had a service with them. Their support is friendly and polite. And their TOS [isn't], “You cough too hard, we’ll terminate your service and keep your money.”
The customer service is impeccable, and the SSDs are blazing fast.
Between the reliability of the service, Matt being flexible on pretty much anything within reason and the incredible support, hands down the best provider I’ve been with.
With the impressive disk I/O of the SSD drives and fast customer support, SSD Nodes is definitely worth consideration if you need a VPS that partially requires high disk I/O without costing too much.Read more »
Compiling was taking 20 mins on my reasonably fast machine at home and I cut that down to about 5 mins switching to SSD Nodes. I ran back to back compiles this weekend and it never missed a beat. Just a note, I didn't rent a beast of a machine, just the $20/mo one. Communication is key and Matt plus his staff are lightning quick with responses.Read more »