Looking On Reselling VPS Packages

May 17, 2009

I am looking on reselling VPS packages, i have had a look around and the prices seem very high and the commission they offer is quite low.

Preferably would like sell US and EU vps packages, so a company who does have datacentres in both continents will be ideal.

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Oct 26, 2008

Sister company recently asked me to start offering VPS reseller accounts as part of our product range but after researching how other companies are doing this, i fear i may have gotten this wrong.

My thinking on the VPS reselling process was as such, like a reseller account, as in, the customer buys a chunk of space/ram/bandwidth and then cuts it up into however they like and sells it at profit.

However, i have realised this is not the case with other companies, they give you a discount per how many VPS's you order, or do the whole affiliate referral scheme.

We have the "advantage" of using HyperVM where we can setup clients to have a certain amount of ram/clients/ip's/bandwidth/disk space, hell, they can even setup vps's accross different nodes. Im sorry if this sounds like a sales post, the main part im trying to get at is, why do others companies not provide this? Am i missing an important security issue?

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Dec 14, 2008

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I will handel support,

The sever will have to be unbranded, no way of the client knowing it is a resold server,
Windows OS.

I am looking to buy from the provider at around these prices:

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256mb ram, 10gb HDD, 200gb bandwith - $10 per month

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I just contacted support at my current VPS provider about an issue I had when setting up a reseller account and here the (partial) reply I received.


You are reselling? You are not allowed to resell with the package you are on. VPS packages can't handle this much as its still a shared environment.

Supposedly the server is a Dual Xeon 3.0ghz with 2mb cache, 8gb RAM, 15,000 RPM SCSI drives in RAID 5 and hotswap, triple redundant power supplies and it can't handle reselling? WTF?

I'm not even actually reselling as the reseller account I setup was for my wife so that she can manage her own domains!

I think the VPS package maybe a rip anyways at $114/month:
20 GB HD, 2048 MB (384 MB Guaranteed), 300GB/Month, Cpanel w/ WHM, Full Management, Monitoring, Root Access, Daily Backup

The only reason I even am using this particular host is that I used to have a dedicated with them and was looking to downsize due to some cash-flow problems.

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I mean, I can get a cabinet in H.E. with 10Mbps burst to 100Mbps for $600/mo (through EGI). Which is an insanely good deal until you realize that it only includes 15amps of power. So (I think) that means that I can really only run about 15 or 20 Celerons at the most. So much for filling up the rack.

Optimistically, if I can run 20 Celerons which I've priced at about $700 each including shipping -- plus a switch, KVM, spare parts and bank interest over 24 months -- that's about $800/mo for the servers plus $600 for the cab, plus about $200/mo for remote hands in case I need the DC guys to do something. I'm looking at about $80/mo per server which I have to pay whether it's rented or not.

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