Opened 4 months ago

Closed 3 months ago

#29416 closed task (fixed)

Decide whom to buy NC from and apply for resources

Reported by: ln5 Owned by: ln5
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Component: Internal Services/Services Admin Team Version:
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Description

Try finding a provider of NC with decent presence in the US wrt network capacity, latency.

Ask for $monetary-resources for a test period of 6 months for buying NC for evaluation.

The ask for Hetzner is probably 10 EUR/month for the size of instance we'd want.

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comment:1 Changed 4 months ago by GreenReaper

Consider LeaseWeb? Their dedicated servers are expensive in the USA, but virtual servers aren't (and are also on their "Premium" provider network, rather than "Volume"):
https://www.leaseweb.us/cloud/virtual-server

Machines are older once cycled out from hosting so you might get e.g. Nehalem-C, but you get all the CPU features, e.g. aes and up to sse4.2.

Of course it depends on if what you want to put there fits into 40/60GB. Bear in mind that traffic is also the sum of in+out, unlike Hetzner - and overages are pricy, because it is that "Premium" transit.

(If you get an extra bill, check that it's valid as they have had issues with double-counting days. Compare Virtual Server/All Datagraphs in the customer portal with the VPS's own Network tab on the Manage page - if it doesn't match, something's up!)

Other options I have used: Vultr, UpCloud. I don't recommend SSDNodes, they aggressively overcommit on RAM and trim cache memory to ~1/8th of the promised size. OVH has also been spotty at times (and it's in Quebec which maybe isn't what you want).

comment:2 Changed 4 months ago by ln5

riseup might be an option, if they decide to make their experimental instance available to us.

https://nextcloud.com/providers has a list of providers too.

comment:3 Changed 3 months ago by ln5

Component: Internal Services/Tor Sysadmin TeamInternal Services/Services Admin Team
Owner: changed from tpa to ln5
Status: newaccepted

Happy to announce that Riseup has offered to host our NextCloud evaluation.
This includes the OnlyOffice service.
The evaluation period runs from April 1 to September 30 2019.

Moving this ticket, its parents and its siblings to the Services Admin Team component where they belong.

comment:4 Changed 3 months ago by ln5

Resolution: fixed
Status: acceptedclosed
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