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  1. #1
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    US$ 6 KVM 2GB RAM 30GB NVMe 2vCPU E3-1270v5 2TB@1G - Londres

    VMH-256MB
    – 1x CPU Core E3-1270v5
    – 256MB DDR4 RAM
    – 5GB NVMe Disk Space
    – 250GB Bandwidth @ 1Gbps Port
    – DDoS Protection with Corero SmartWall
    – 1x IPv4
    – 1x IPv6
    – 1x Private IP
    – Daily Automated Backup
    – Virtualizor Control Panel
    – Coupon: Not Applicable for this Plan
    Price: $15 / Year
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    VMH-512MB
    – 1x CPU Core E3-1270v5
    – 512MB DDR4 RAM
    – 10GB NVMe Disk Space
    – 500GB Bandwidth @ 1Gbps Port
    – DDoS Protection with Corero SmartWall
    – 1x IPv4
    – 1x IPv6
    – 1x Private IP
    – Daily Automated Backup
    – Virtualizor Control Panel
    – Coupon: UKLAUNCH 10% Off Recurring
    – Price: $2.70 / Month
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    VMH-1GB
    – 1GB DDR4 RAM
    – 2x CPU Core E3-1270v5
    – 15GB NVMe Disk Space
    – 1TB Bandwidth @ 1Gbps Port
    – DDoS Protection with Corero SmartWall
    – 1x IPv4
    – 1x IPv6
    – 1x Private IP
    – Daily Automated Backup
    – Virtualizor Control Panel
    – Coupon: UKLAUNCH 10% Off Recurring
    – Price: $4.50 / Month
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    VMH-2GB
    – 2GB DDR4 RAM
    – 2x CPU Core E3-1270v5
    – 30GB NVMe Disk Space
    – 2TB Bandwidth @ 1Gbps Port
    – DDoS Protection with Corero SmartWall
    – 1x IPv4
    – 1x IPv6
    – 1x Private IP
    – Daily Automated Backup
    – Virtualizor Control Panel
    – Coupon: UKLAUNCH 10% Off Recurring
    – Price: $6.30 / Month
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    Locations & Test Information
    Zare – London, United Kingdom
    Test IPv4: 185.120.34.196
    Test IPv6: 2a01:4020:1:15::3
    Test file: http://lg.lon.vmhaus.com/100MB.test
    Looking glass: http://lg.lon.vmhaus.com



    They had this to say:
    We are a new startup founded by 2 experienced Network & Server engineers based in Malaysia. VMHaus aims to offer high performance VPS using NVMe Disk Storages and Latest Xeon Processors. Our VPS are hosted in Zare, London UK. All VPS are backup daily to an separate dedicate storage server within the same data center.
    VMHaus is a registered business with registration number 002482476-D.
    The hostnodes are running Intel Xeon E3-1270v5, 64GB RAM, with 2 x 1TB NVMe in RAID1. They are connected to a 1Gbps port.
    They offer PayPal & Credit Card as payment methods. Before ordering, please ensure you read their terms and legal documents, which are available on their website under “Legal”.

    https://lowendbox.com/blog/vmhaus-nv...ear-london-uk/

  2. #2
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    Zare

    Our London location continues to be a popular choice amongst our customers and thus we are continuing rapid deployments to keep up with demand.

    Standard Rack Deployment

    Due to higher footprint costs in London, we opted for an extremely high density approach, having only 8 and 12 node SuperMicro Microcloud chassis, this allows us to get up to 144 dedicated servers per rack. Below is a breakdown of what a standard rack would include and its power usage.

    Based on 800mm 42U rack with 144 x E3-12XXv5 CPU’s and 90% SSD based deployments

    # of Racks Required 1
    3U Chassis’s Per Rack 12
    Servers Per Rack 144
    CPU’s Per Rack 144
    Max Memory Per Rack 9216GB
    Switches Per Rack 6
    Switch Uplink Capacity Per Rack 24Gbps
    Max Power Consumption (144 servers) 4kW
    Average Power Consumption Per Server 27.7 watts

    Pros & Cons

    Pros

    • Extremely high density, saving on space and running costs.
    • Dual PSU’s allowing us to use A+B feeds and save on power usage
    • Shared fans to save on power usage
    • Passive coolers to save on power usage
    • Easy access to sleds to allow for quick hardware replacements
    • Central IPMI managment port which can be daisychained, meaning only 1 switch port is required to enable IPMI on 144 servers.
    • In the event of chassis failure, blades can be hot-swapped to another chassis in minutes


    Cons

    • Shared resources like power supplies, fans and backplanes can mean that the whole chassis would go down in the event of failure.
    • Cost - initial capital expenses are high, however lower running costs offset this in the long run.
    • Because of the high density, the nodes can only take VLP memory whichis considerably more expensive than normal UDIMMS and is only manufactured by Crucial at a viable price point.


    Below is a picture of 3 x 3U 12 nodes that were deployed in London today for new setups



    http://blog.zare.com/

  3. #3
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    Off-topic

    Tempos atrás, uma foto do puxadinho da OvH na Equinix de Cingapura mostrava um rack com o SuperMicro Microcloud chassis e faz poucos dias a Online.net publicou a foto de um rack com 340+ servidores dedicados. Considerando ainda que em 2U pode-se agregar 384 cores ARMv8, cada core com maior poder computacional que os dedicados velhões Intel (Atom) e AMD (E-Series) que tenho no DCO2 -- o que ocuparia 10 racks vs 2U -- e que Oracle e IBM possuem e estão desenvolvendo processadores poderosos, não seria de se estranhar jornalistas e colunistas debocharem do CEO da Oracle quando ele argumentou que a empresa não precisaria de grandes nem inúmeros data centers? Será que imaginam que o CEO não sabe o que os projetistas da Oracle tem na prancheta e o que planejam para o futuro?

  4. #4
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    Corero



    Zare: After months of testing, our new Corero SmartWall solution is now live network wide in both our London and Bristol locations


    Why Corero?

    During our testing phase, we tried many different DDoS mitigation appliances and Corero came out on top each time. Here is what we looked for during the process.

    • Raw filtering capacity - Corero provides line-speed filtering with 20Gbps of capacity per SmartWall block, allowing 80Gbps in just a 1U space through their modular design.
    • Inspection techniques - We found many DDoS appliances could not detect the sort of attack patterns that we face daily without deep packet inspection. Corero provides a layer by layer filtering system at almost line rate speeds and thus allowing us to detect and mitigate even the smallest of attacks very easily.
    • Support & Management - This is where Corero really shined and ultimately a huge factor in us choosing their product. Their support from day one was excellent in terms of response times, knowledge and going out of their way to make sure we were 100% happy.


    Why the switch?

    The reason for switching to our own in house mitigation platform came about after experiencing problems with mitigation / network performance whilst using Voxility previously.

    Using Corero puts us in the driving seat and allows us to work on new custom filters for customers in short timeframes, and also allows us to work alongside a company that’s business is providing network security solutions day in, day out to further safeguard our own customers against new and emerging threats.

    Why is this solution any better than before?

    Previously when using Voxility for DDoS protection we were governed by their off ramp mitigation method, which involved a flow sensor monitoring their network for potential attack traffic patterns, then in the event one was detected it would inject a /32 route for the target of the attack into the network to redirect the traffic to the closest filtering unit. After this was done the filter would then tunnel the “clean” traffic downstream to a switch / router as close to the end destination as possible. This would take potentially up to 15-20 seconds to happen during an attack, depending on the size. Or not at all with smaller UDP floods, specifically targeting game, or voice servers. This is where our new solution excels!

    With our new Corero protection solution deployed in line within our network it offers the fastest possible time to mitigate attack traffic, because the attack traffic enters the Smartwall TDS unit first before the rest of the network. There is no need for off-ramp traffic re-direction, or prefix prepending meaning no latency increases whatsoever! Just a smooth steady flow of clean traffic direct to your server.

    http://blog.zare.com/

  5. #5
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    O marcosv realizou alguns testes que mostram o desempenho da rede do Zare:

    http://www.webhostingtalk.com.br/for...oud-em-Londres


    BTW ...

    Tier 2/3 aligned facility
    As fotos do site do Zare exibem um imóvel comercial com pequenas reformas, tais como gradeamento de janelas, troca de piso, instalação de ar refrigerado split, adaptações elétricas.
    Última edição por 5ms; 17-06-2017 às 23:40.

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