If you're in need of affordable and reliable VPS hosting, today's deal from Liquid Web is tough to beat. Starting at just $29.50 per month, you can get a virtual private server with 2GB of RAM, solid-state storage, and loads of bandwidth. And since Liquid Web offers a fully managed option, you don't even have to worry about maintenance or installing security patches.
There are four managed VPS plans on offer from Liquid Web, but let's take a look at the introductory package. Normally priced at $59 per month, you'll get one vCPU, 2GB of RAM, 10TB of transfer, 40GB of space on an SSD, and a Linux install. And for the first three months, your bill will be cut in half.
If more horsepower is required for the task at hand, you can opt for one of the higher tiers of service instead. From $39.50 per month and up, you can get plans with up to four vCPUs, 300GB of solid-state storage, and the option to use Windows instead of Linux. And just like the initial package, the first three months of VPS hosting are 50 percent off across the board.
Regardless of which plan you prefer, you'll benefit from a built-in backup system, CloudFare CDN, DDoS protection, 100 percent uptime, gigabit transfer, root access, 24/7 support, and much more. Whether you want to run a single Drupal installation, dozens of WordPress sites, or build something entirely from scratch, Liquid Web VPS hosting is scalable enough to fit your needs as they grow.
PCMag reviewed Liquid Web's hosting service earlier this year, and awarded it Editors' Choice. Jeffrey L. Wilson, the reviewer, praised both the flexibility and customer service, and gave it an Excellent score of 4/5. If you need high-end VPS hosting for your business or side project, you won't find a better service. And with your first three months at half price, there's never been a better time to start.
Note: Renews at full price after the first three months. Terms and conditions apply. See the Liquid Web site for more information.
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