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If you wanna host your database on the cloud server, you can have both the option as Database as a Service (Pre-installed and managed database) or Infrastructure as a Service (If you want to have root access and manually want to install the database). See More
Vultr consistently has great results in benchmarks compared to other VPS providers. It's true that VPS benchmarks are famous for not being very credible because they depend on a myriad of outside variables (most notably instances hosted on the same hardware and distance from the data-center). But still, Vultr scores consistently high in several different benchmarks such as CPU performance and MySQL compilation times. See More
Webdock Dash ensures that you can easily management your server. You can view general server information and perform common server tasks, upgrade or downgrade your server hardware, create and delete server snapshots (backups), manage automated Cron jobs, deploy and execute scripts or files to your server, quick-edit common PHP settings or edit files on your server, manage your Shell/SFTP users and deploy SSH Public Keys and do a lot more. See More
You get what you pay for. Don't expect stellar customer support or blazing fast boxes. I only use these for really basic things. I have one running GitLab to back up my code, a couple running Cloud 9 so I can dev straight on the server, and one as a proxy for when I'm on public wifi or something. Don't think you are going to run your company's web site on these servers. See More