Server.UA (or Server Ukraine) was established in 2005. According to its English-, Ukrainian-, and Russian-language website, this company is a subsidiary of Omnilance LLC. Its servers sit in a Tier III data center in Ukraine.
Features and Ease of Use
Server.UA offers ten VPS plans (five each for Linux and Windows), six server colocation plans, one server rack rental, one cabinet rental plan, and 15 dedicated server solutions. The VPS plans provide you with:
- Intel Xeon E5 processor
- 1 to 4 CPU cores
- 40 GB SSD to 160 GB SSD disk space
- 2 GB to 16 GB memory
- Unlimited traffic
The user-friendly control panel makes it easy for you to exercise complete control over your virtual server. You can analyze your server’s workload with real-time graphs, and — if anything goes wrong — you can restart your server with just two clicks.
Xen virtualization supports the simultaneous operation of several operating systems, and the SSD storage provides higher performance (and greater reliability) than traditional HDD storage. The RAID controller employs replication/redundancy to help protect you against disk data disasters. Nevertheless, the 99.8% uptime is lower than the industry average.
Dedicate servers allow root access for complete control of your server.
Pricing and Support
Server.UA’s Linux VPS plans are cheap, but its Windows VPS plans are pricey. You can pay for plans on monthly to annual billing cycles in various currencies (U.S. dollars, euros, Ukranian hryvnias, or Russian rubles) via multiple methods (PayPal, credit card, Bitcoin, WebMoney, Privat24, or instant payments at 40,000+ Ukrainian terminals). State-owned enterprises and legal entities can choose to be invoiced instead.
This company’s 24/7 customer support team can be contacted by telephone, ticket, email, or live chat. I used the live chat channel to confirm that VPS plans have a 30-day refund window (but dedicated servers don’t):
If you prefer to try supporting yourself, you should find a frequently asked questions page and a knowledge base among the available self-support resources.