Hosting my own vps

garbuc

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Hello! New to the hosting world and IT in general.
I have been learning about operating VPS and maintaining them and am at the point where I can pretty sufficiently run them with the help of the provider. I can however see the need to run them in house looming in the near future because of cost. Let me first stress that I have all the time I need to really learn how to do this correctly and I will not be selling them to anyone only running them for my own needs. 100 VPS is my eventual goal and they will be running a program that is not that intensive but does need 100% uptime. Minimum stats for each would be 4vCPU, 8gb RAM, and 75gb SSD.

I am currently paying to run 50 through 2 different providers and the setup I am using is as duct tape and zip ties as it gets.
My problem is I am having trouble finding learning resources that explain what I am trying to do. Again these are not being sold but are for internal business purposes.
How do I know how many VPS I can fit in a server? I don't need someone to do the math for me I just need to learn the math so I can do it.
I have been recommended Antsle devices several times but then again how many and what kind would I even be looking for??? I understand basic networking and I am currently taking an IT support class but I am a big old noob.

Help me please! I am willing to learn and I have nothing but time. Where do I even start?! All help is appreciated
 

mason.jr8

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I bought a windows VPS from a provider and till now I think it is working well
and the most important thing for me is the support that was ok too.
check the price:
 

darkvps

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Well, If you know how to maintain and setup vps from unmanaged dedicated server, its better you buy Dedicated Server and split them all to several vps manually by yourself.
If you dont know how to do it, better you rent cheap vps for your need from those providers who provide cheap vps that fit with your need.
Good luck with your project! :)
 
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