Kamatera vs MonoVM

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We have tested 10 VPS plans from Kamatera and MonoVM. We'll show which one is best based on a detailed performance analysis, on features and prices.


Kamatera

Kamatera

Kamatera was founded as a VPS provider in 1995.
It is headquartered in Israel.
It offers VPS managed and unmanaged hosting products.

It has datacenters in:
  • Canada
  • Germany
  • Hong Kong
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

MonoVM

MonoVM

MonoVM was founded as a VPS provider in 2012.
It is headquartered in Lithuania.
It employs 50+ people.
It offers VPS, Dedicated servers, Web hosting and Domains hosting products.

It has datacenters in:
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Canada
  • Denmark
  • France
  • Germany
  • Hong Kong
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • Singapore
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

VPS Plans

Plan Name Monthly Price CPU cores Memory (GB) Disk Space (GB) Data Transfer (GB) Latest trial
Availability 1GB 1core $4.00 1 1.0 20 5000 Nov 05 2023
Availability 2GB 1 core $6.00 1 2.0 20 5000 Sep 20 2023
General 1GB 1 core $9.00 1 1.0 20 5000 Feb 07 2024
General 2GB 1 core $15.00 1 2.0 20 5000 Jun 20 2023
Availability 4GB 2 cores $19.00 2 4.0 40 5000 Mar 27 2024
NVMe Linux VPS 2 $29.99 4 4.0 30 Unlimited Apr 19 2024
General 4GB 2 cores $42.00 2 4.0 40 5000 Aug 05 2023
General 8GB 4 cores $90.00 4 8.0 80 5000 Dec 20 2023
Availability 16GB 8 cores $99.00 8 16.0 150 5000 May 13 2024
NVMe Linux VPS 6 $114.99 8 16.0 100 Unlimited Jun 04 2024

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Performance Grades

To summarize the performance of each VPS plan, we generated grades based on the various tests that were run: web, sysbench, endurance and remote timing tests. Each grade focuses on one aspect of the VPS speed or stability (cpu, disk IO, network IO...) and is made of one or more metrics measured during the tests.

Grades are evenly distributed between A and F. A is best, F is worst.

Follow the letter links to find the test results backing the grade.

How are grades calculated?

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Plan Name Web Perf Raw CPU Power Perf Stability Disk IO Perf Network Perf
Availability 1GB 1core
$4.00
C F E B C
Availability 2GB 1 core
$6.00
C F D A D
General 1GB 1 core
$9.00
D F D B B
General 2GB 1 core
$15.00
E E C B C
Availability 4GB 2 cores
$19.00
D E E B B
NVMe Linux VPS 2
$29.99
B B A D C
General 4GB 2 cores
$42.00
D D C B C
General 8GB 4 cores
$90.00
B C B A B
Availability 16GB 8 cores
$99.00
C C E B B
NVMe Linux VPS 6
$114.99
A A D D C
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Features and Datacenters

This list is a subset of the features each provider may offer.

Kamatera MonoVM
Backups  Yes No
Block storage  Yes No
Object storage  No No
Load balancer  Yes No
DDoS protection  Yes No
Hourly Billing  Yes No
SSH Keys Setup  No Yes
Total Number of Datacenters  21 20
Number of Datacenter Continents  4 3
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CPUs

These are the CPUs we have seen in Kamatera and MonoVM instances in the past 18 months.

Kamatera MonoVM
All Kamatera CPUs by plan All MonoVM CPUs by plan
Intel(R) Xeon(R) Platinum 8358P CPU @ 2.60GHz AMD EPYC-Milan Processor

Performance Consistency

The provider consistency score shows how much variation can be expected between 2 servers of the same type at the same provider. A high consistency score (>65) means the performance of all servers of the provider is consistent over many trials and many plans.

Providers who don't have enough data yet at VPSBenchmarks don't have a consistency score.

Kamatera MonoVM
Consistency Score 51 -

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VPS Instance Provisioning Time

This is the average time it took to create an instance for Kamatera and MonoVM from instance order to instance accepting connections.

All VPS provisioning times

Kamatera MonoVM
Number of instance creations in sample 12 2
Average provisioning time 292s 82s

Performance in Depth...

These are some of the test results that are used to determine the grades above.

Web Response Times

We ran a database intensive web application at various levels of load on cloud servers from Kamatera and MonoVM. This is the average response time measured locally on the VPS for each plan we tested.



Local Response Time per Plan

Lower is better


Maximum HTTP Load

We ran a database intensive web application at various levels of load on cloud servers from Kamatera and MonoVM. This is the maximum rate of HTTP requests that each server handled without timing out.



Maximum HTTP request rate

Higher is better


During the Web Test, we collect response time metrics, rate metrics and CPU metrics. All of those are measured locally on the VPS running the web server. All metrics can be compared on the Web Performance Comparison page.

Sysbench CPU Performance

We ran the full suite of Sysbench tests on VPS plans of Kamatera and MonoVM. These are the Sysbench CPU test results:



Rate of operations

Higher is better


Sysbench Disk IO Performance

We ran the full suite of Sysbench tests on VPS plans of Kamatera and MonoVM. These are the Sysbench Disk IO Random Read test results:



Rate of operations

Higher is better

Sysbench test results are also available for random disk IO tests, sequential disk IO tests and memory tests.
Review and compare all Sysbench numbers on the Sysbench Comparison page for Kamatera and MonoVM.

Network Transfers

We have performed large file transfers from the Kamatera and MonoVM VPS and we measured the speed of downloads and uploads.

The transfers involve multiple files, 10 threads and last for at least 10 seconds at maximum speed. The transfers are repeated 3 times from different servers and only the fastest transfer is reported here.


Download Speed per Plan

Higher is better

Network Transfers measurements including download and upload speeds can be compared for Kamatera and MonoVM on the Network Transfers Comparison page.

Sustained CPU Endurance Tests

We pushed the CPU of those VPS plans hard for 24 hours straight.

This test shows how fast the VPS can go for long periods of time, how stable the performance is and it also gives clues on how overallocated the VPSs may be.

Throughput variations of the endurance test over 24 hours. The coefficient of variation is the standard deviation of the test throughput divided by its average value. Low variations mean that resources allocated to the server were stable for the duration of the test and there was little contention.


Ops/hour coefficient of variation

Lower is better

Review and compare endurance test results for Kamatera and MonoVM on the Sustained CPU Endurance Comparison page.

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