Memory Intensive Computing SSD Series M

Compute

We are introducing 2nd generation memory-intensive computing nodes that come with abundant memory to handle applications that require more and more RAM. The SSD Series M compute nodes are designed by understanding, analyzing, and taking feedback from thousands of customers who have used our first generation memory intensive compute nodes ― SSD Series B.

Benefits

  • More Storage

    Designed specifically for data storage & processing intensive applications

  • Self-service portal

    Managing your Virtual Compute Node is simple and easy through MyAccount

  • Affordable Pricing

    Plans with excellent value for money

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2nd Gen Memory Intensive Computing – SSD Series M package

B.6GB
671.60
Per Month
0.92 Per Hour
  • 1 VCPUs
  • OS: CentOS / Debian / Ubuntu
  • Dedicated RAM: 6 GB
  • Disk Space: 46 GB SSD
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  • * Price is exclusive of 18% GST Rate
  • ** Monthly Prices shown are calculated using an assumed usage of 730 hours per month; actual monthly costs may vary based on the number of days in a month.
Our sales representatives are available at +91-11-4084-4965 and sales@e2enetworks.com

FAQs

How a Smart Dedicated Server (SDS) is different from a Cloud VPS?

A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a virtual machine emulated on a dedicated host with the help of a hypervisor like KVM. In Cloud VPS environments, more than one VPS sits on a single dedicated host. And all the resources like RAM, CPU, and storage are shared among multiple VPS. Sometimes, this causes resource congestion and will lead to a bad performance of websites and applications.

An SDS is also a Virtual Machines. But the difference is, only one virtual machine sits on a dedicated host. So, all the resources are dedicatedly available to that one single VM. That is why an SDS is highly reliable and ensures good performance.