Oktay, from Backupsy, is back with three different offers. Two of the plans below were featured on their last post, but only in Chicago. Now they are
Oktay, from Backupsy, is back with three different offers. Two of the plans below were featured on their last post, but only in Chicago. Now they are also available in Buffalo and Dallas. A NL based plan is also available.
|250GB US Deal
||250GB NL Deal
||500GB US Deal
Backupsy were first featured a little over a month ago. With the recent SolusVM shenanigans, it’s worth noting Backupsy have their own custom-coded control panel. Us nodes are running Dual X5570/L5630/L5520 CPUs, 64GB RAM and multiple Seagate Constellation ES or Hitachi Enterprise Drives in RAID 50. Dutch nodes are running a Dual X5650 CPU, 64GB RAM and multiple Hitachi Enterprise Drives in RAID 50. The few reviews that were left on their previous offer were all good. If you signup, keep us up to date with what’s happening.
Backupsy accept payment via PayPal and credits/debit cards via 2Checkout. We are told that the Uptime for last 30 days is at 99.968%. They provide a 7 day money back guarantee and a 99.9% uptime guarantee. Servers will be provisioned instantly and are connected to a 1Gbps port. They have all the major Linux distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS while having external storage oriented operating systems like FreeNAS, OpenFiler, OpenMediaVault, TurnKeyLinux Fileserver and Nas4Free.
Terms & Conditions:
US Locations are allowed to run software/OS that assists backing up, owncloud, private VPN/Proxy, development, monitoring and other light CPU and IO intensive applications except Torrents, TOR and Game Servers. NL Location is allowed to run anything except Torrents, TOR, Game Servers. For more information, have a read of their Terms of Service.
Test IP: 126.96.36.199
Test File: http://188.8.131.52/100MB.
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Test IP: 126.96.36.199
Test File: http://188.8.131.52/100MB.test