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Hello!

Our current hosting provider is causing us some issues with crons (all been investigated with WHMCS and we agree it's best to move to a VPS).

Which of the below do you guys recommend, or do you know of any decent providers? Ensuring the server is located in the UK.

Thanks !

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Obviously, bigger will always be better. If your site is small just start with the basic one and then upgrade in case of issues.

Just take into account that a VPS is a full server and will require the same amount of work in terms of patches, upgrades, security, as a normal server. In that regard you will have to manage everything from the operating system to the network configuration. If you don't have a system administrator for those tasks, get a fully managed system.

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It depends on how many users you have. Personally I'd start with the cheapest one. 2 vCores and 2 GB of RAM are perfectly fine for a small WHMCS. When you start seeing your Load Averages consistently going over 1.50 then it's time to upgrade. Nowadays you should be able to increase vCores and RAM on demand in few clicks in case your Provider supports it. Anyway since we are talking about very small prices probably it would be preferable to start with the biggest.

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