During each VPS trial, we recorded the time it took for the VPS to start accepting connections after it was ordered. Sometimes, the instance provisioning was delayed by billing shenanigans: those delays are excluded from the numbers below.
All numbers below are numbers of seconds.
|Provider||Average Provisioning Time||Min Provisioning Time||Max Provisioning Time||Number of VPS Samples|
|Google Compute Engine||24s||15s||35s||8|
|IONOS by 1&1||212s||45s||1000s||8|
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