Features and Ease of Use
SinaroHost’s VPS service, which relies on KVM virtualization, comes in four variants with 10 GB to 50 GB disk space, 512 MB to 4 GB RAM, and port speeds from 20 Mbps and 50 Mbps. Regardless of the VPS plan you pick, you can expect to benefit from these features:
- ISPmanager 5
- SSD storage
- 1 or 2 dedicated IPv4 addresses
- 1 or 2 dedicated IPv6 addresses
The ISPmanager 5 control panel serves the same purpose as the more familiar Plesk and cPanel control panels. It allows you to manage your websites, domains, emails, and databases, as well as creating users, installing SSL certificates, and so on. It includes the Softaculous installer for popular CMS and other software, and you also have access to the Cloudflare CDN for faster page loading speeds and protection against some kinds of cyberattacks.
It’s nice to see that SinaroHost uses SSD storage rather than SAS/SATA drives, for faster performance and more robust reliability. You can also get up to 200 GB of NFS backup storage for free.
SinaroHost’s servers sit in the Tier 3 Serverius data center, which means you get a 99.99% network uptime SLA.
Pricing and Support
SinaroHost’s VPS packages are very reasonably priced for the robust infrastructure, high uptime, and reliable features you get. Pay by a range of methods, including WebMoney, credit card, Qiwi, YandexMoney, PayPal, EPESE, ePayments, Z-Payment, or wire transfer.
You can choose to be billed monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, and annually, with discounts for all terms except monthly. You can confidently commit to a longer term thanks to the 30-day money-back guarantee that could get you out early if anything goes wrong.
For self-support, SinaroHost provides a Help Center with answers to most common questions but no tutorials. For one-to-one support, you can contact the customer support team via telephone, ticket, email, or live chat. I found the live chat team to be very friendly, knowledgable, and professional: