This page compares the results of Web Run tests on the selected VPS plans.
A load test tool sends HTTP requests at a controlled rate to a web application. The Web Load tests measure latency, CPU usage and maximum server capacity for serving web requests.
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|Provider||Plan||Cost||Number of CPU cores||Trial|
|Standard 2GB||$29.99||2||Mar 09 2020||Web Run details|
|e2-highcpu-2||$36.11||2||Dec 30 2019||Web Run details|
|Genesis VMs||vm.c5sd.2xlarge||$40.00||4||May 29 2020||Web Run details|
|n2-highcpu-2||$41.87||2||May 23 2020||Web Run details|
|MaxKVM||PKVM-16G||$50.00||8||Sep 07 2020||Web Run details|
These are the web server response times when it's operating under the max load level that doesn't cause it to return errors or time out.
A lower number means the VPS is faster.
This is the maximum number of requests per second that the web application can sustain without producing errors.
A higher number means the VPS is faster.
This chart shows the CPU utilisation of the VPS while the web application is serving 10 requests per second.
A higher CPU idle number means the VPS was consuming less resources.
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