Indeed. I don't really use 1 click apps myself so not part of my focus. But I am developing an official Centmin Mod LEMP stack image for listing on DigitalOcean's 1-Click App Marketplace eventually so will look at this more to see if other VPS providers' own 1-click apps are suited for building a Centmin Mod LEMP stack image listingOne thing I am missing in the specs comparison is that some of these VPS providers offer one click App installs (DO, Vultr, Linode) while others do not.
Maybe haven't looked at Vultr 1 click app build process as yet - will use DigitalOcean's 1 click app process as test run for Centmin Mod LEMP stack first. For linode I have official Centmin Mod stackscript which is a gui form based method of deploying Centmin Mod LEMP stack on Linode VPSes https://community.centminmod.com/threads/official-centmin-mod-linode-stackscript.12513/1 click apps make the difference between if someone who is not comfortable with CLI can use it or not. Those webmasters with CLI skills are probably only the advanced webmasters.
Are you considering a Vultr 1 click app?
what issues have you had ?I have issues so consistently with DO and Vultr that I've mostly moved away from them. Hetzner has similar issues, but at least they're cheap, especially if your workload isn't processor-intensive. It's really hard to go back to the traditional fixed VPS model when you've been spoiled by the big cloud providers.
Mostly abuse-related; they're terrible at mitigating abuse on their networks. As a customer, I don't want to be lumped in with a bunch of scammers and spammers. I understand this probably isn't a major concern for most sites, but if you're sending hundreds of thousands of important transactional emails each month, IP address and ASN reputation is a huge issue.what issues have you had ?
DO has frequent networking issues. I moved away from using many droplets and separate Elastic, DB, Files, mail, etc. Somehow private network craps out a few times a month. So I went back to a more condensed setup. Putting everything except backup and proxy on the same droplet.what issues have you had ?
I'll have to check out Vultr more in depth later. Though their site seems nice and easy to use. The info they supply when you click on a plan is cool. How does support, uptime, etc. compare to Linode? Do you use Netdata or another panel monitoring tool?Yeah, I used to use DigitalOcean quite a bit as well, then switched to Linode. More recently though I've been using Vultr, and I do like them quite a bit