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Managed dedicated server needed. Any suggestion?

I need a managed dedicated server from a good provider. Anyone can suggest me service with good features and reasonable cost?

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Re: server

Isn't the idea of a dedicated server that you manage it yourself? After all, it's a server only for you.

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I am using Cloudways best management server and also awesome customer support

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Re: here

Do you have a dedicated server there, or do you use a shared one?

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They will host your site on Google cloud or a VPS ( No shared hosting)

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Re: cloud

The cloud seems shared to me. It's not the dedicated server the OP is looking for.

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Managed Dedicated servers

I do dedicated hosting across 8 continents. They start at 65/mo.
https://audiospecific.com/dedicated-hosting/

I do share hosting too, but unlike others, I dedicate more resources. For instance, a godaddy account dedicates 1% per address and shares the mysql,php,and apache server to all the sites in the cluster on its web service. Mine, are set at 5% and they get their own instance of mysql, php, and apache. My stacks run faster.

But depending on what you doing, you may or may not need a dedicated server, just a powerful enough shared hosting.

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