Tag: DigitalOcean

A generic benchmark of DigitalOcean NYC3

Just a generic benchmark of DO’s NYC3 location. [divider]Basics[/divider] Link: https://k0nsl.org/blog/k1/uploads/2014/08/digitalocean-nyc3-generic-test02_k0nsl1.png Link: https://k0nsl.org/blog/k1/uploads/2014/08/digitalocean-nyc3-generic-test02_k0nsl.png [divider]PetaByet Benchmark[/divider] [divider]UnixBench[/divider] All CPUs: 1443.7 1 CPU: 1388.3 [divider]ServerBear Benchmark[/divider] http://serverbear.com/benchmark/2014/08/21/ozQzVE3fB9bzOBLm [divider]Get it[/divider] You can spin up your own VPS with DigitalOcean in just 60 seconds, via this link here. This particular location (NYC3) has IPv6.

DigitalOcean NY2 Benchmark

This is mine and [myg0t]h4x^^’s VPS, it runs an IRCd at thehax.k0nsl.org:6667, and a web page with h4x on the frontpage, available at http://thehax.k0nsl.org. [divider]System Specifications[/divider] [divider]Bandwidth test[/divider] CPU model : QEMU Virtual CPU version 1.0 Number of cores : 1 CPU frequency : 1999.999 MHz Total amount of ram : 497 MB Total amount of

DigitalOcean FTW

I got my DigitalOcean stickers today – but unfortunately my camera isn’t the best, so to speak. DigitalOcean is an amazing VPS provider for most things, I personally use them for a slew of personal brews — and this company is not unreasonable either. Need something in particular? No problem! Just ask them and they

DigitalOcean Launches ‘Ghost Droplet’

Today DigitalOcean (link) launched a new droplet featuring Ghost, a blogging platform in JS: This will allow you to start your own blog on the Ghost platform without any ado with just a couple of clicks inside their installer. For further information on the Ghost blog platform, see: http://blog.ghost.org/public-launch/ I did minor testing with Ghost

This Month’s VPS Recommendation

I recently stumbled upon a VPS provider I had never used before – at the behest recommendation from one of my acquaintances, so I naturally made it my business to test their service. As of today I have only been using their service for exactly ten days, but I’m already confident enough to give them my