We have run a full suite of performance tests on the 1GB $15 VPS plan of Dreamhost.
On this page, you'll find:
|Provider||Plan||Price per month||Hourly billing||Num CPU cores||Disk space (GB)||Memory (GB)|
|Datacenter||CPU type||OS||Data transfer (GB)||Kernel||Ruby||Rails||Virtualization|
|Unknown||AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 4376 HE||Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS||10000||3.1.9||2.1.5||3.2.21||Unknown|
This trial is currently in progress.
The TRANSFERS tests are currently running. Follow transfers tests progress.
Dreamhost is sort of an exception for vpsbenchmarks.com since it's a managed web hosting solution. They do offer VPS though where you get full control of the VM the same way unmanaged providers do. The difference is no choice of OS and the VM comes loaded with software that may or may not be useful.
Account setup: Dreamhost accepts your payment right away and you are swiftly taken to some sort of control panel. No sign of the VM we ordered anywhere in there. We soon receive an email with this message:
We're sorry to say that we've got a bit of a backlog right now on provisioning new VPSs, but we should have one ready for you within a few...
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All tests that were recently conducted at VpsBenchmarks:
|Apr 16 2019||Aruba Cloud|
|Apr 14 2019||Linode|
|Apr 10 2019||1and1 IONOS|
|Apr 08 2019||Alibaba Cloud|
|Apr 05 2019||DigitalOcean|
|Apr 02 2019||Scaleway|
|Mar 31 2019||Amazon EC2|
|Mar 28 2019||Google Compute Engine|
|Mar 25 2019||Ramnode|
|Mar 22 2019||Amazon Lightsail|
|Mar 19 2019||Microsoft Azure|
|Mar 16 2019||Clouding.io|