Back To Vultr
It seems like I just can’t stay away from Vultr. Any time I’ve had a server there it’s been absolutely rock solid and reliable. The only downtime I can think of or have noticed is a few years back when support said they were doing host node maintenance. I can’t speak for other data centers but NJ has always been awesome for me.
Their interface is nice. It’s easy to do anything you might need to do in your control panel. They have tons of options for Operating systems to use not to mention you can upload your own ISO. I’ve always used FreeBSD myself but that’s what I’m used to and really a prerequisite for anything i use these days. The snapshot feature is nice to use before any major changes or updates. It’s always nice to be able to create temporary server for testing and pay hourly.
I’ve always used the $20 cloud compute instance. For $20 I get 2 CPUs, 4096MB of Ram, 80 GB SSD and 3000GB Of bandwidth. They have higher and lower ones and I’m sure I could get away with a lower one especially now that I’ve gotten rid of PHP stuff and switched to using either straight up HTML or using Hugo to generate static sites.
Don’t Hesitate to check out Vultr.