[nycbug-talk] Fully managed datacenter for Freebsd servers

Matthew Terenzio matt at jobsforge.com
Thu May 10 09:23:58 EDT 2007

There are cheap self-managed freebsd machines at 
http://serverpronto.com. Service has been good for me.  They do one 
reboot a month for free. Of course you can always reboot yourself. (not 
sure if that is different from power cycling?)

On May 9, 2007, at 10:41 PM, alex at pilosoft.com wrote:

> On Wed, 9 May 2007, Francisco Reyes wrote:
>> Anyone can recommend a fully managed datacenter?
>> Specifically one that supports Freebsd.
>> We basically want to select a hardware package from the data center; 
>> they
>> get the machine, install FreeBSD and we will just connect through a 
>> KVM and
>> do anything/everything we need.
>> Remote power cycling would be a great added feature too.
> You have the terminology wrong. The above is not fully managed. The 
> above
> is self-managed.
> Fully managed means you don't have to administer the server yourself 
> (such
> as package upgrades, security monitoring, etc, etc).
> We do both. Prices for self-managed are at
> www.pilosoft.com/dhostoptions.html
> Prices for full management depend on the software that we have to 
> manage
> (i.e. sendmail/mysql/whatever it is that you are running).
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