Here today I am going to compare VPS dime vs OVH as I am using both of them simultaneously, therefore I decided to compare both. Ovh is far older than VPS dime. OVH started it service in 1999 and its headquarter is in France whereas VPS dime started to serve in 2013. VPSDime provides you 5 geographically diverse locations allowing you to host your application across 2 different continents. On the other hand, OVH has these data center – Gravelines (Northern France), Strasbourg (Eastern France) or Beauharnois (Eastern Canada), Wroclaw (Poland), Sydney (Australia) as well as Singapore, Germany, the United Kingdom, and soon Spain and Italy.
Here we are comparing the cheapest packages of both.
OVH starts from 3.49$ / mo with 1 core CPU, 2 GB ram and GB SSD. virtualization technology used by OVH is OpenStack KVM.
VPS dime provides it services at a bit higher rate starting from 7$/mo with a spec of 4 core CPU, 6 GB ram, 30 GB SSD. They utilize OpenVZ virtualization technology.
If we compare KVM cs OpenVZ, At the same price point, you’ll get less for your money with KVM. 256MB of KVM is less than 256MB of OpenVZ.
Query Response time
In a nutshell, if someone asks me to compare the response time by their staff my vote go for VPS dime. VPS dime takes less than 15 minutes to respond to your query, whereas ovh can take up to an hour.
Average response time
According to VPS benchmark, response time of VPS dime is 92.6ms and response time of OVH is 94.3ms
Sysbench CPU Performances
Operations per second of VPS dime 1223 is and Operations per second is 285. The higher it is, the better it is.
Now I move toward Bitcatcha to test the service utilizing two different servers of the same plan.
Server 1 on OVH
Server 2 on OVH
Server 1 on VPS Dime
Server 2 on vps dime
From all these A+ we are confident that all of our servers are quite well.
Practically while I am using, there is not a difference in both. You can go for any of them. If you are on a low budget go for OVH otherwise choose VPS dime because it specifications are quick fine than OVH and its support also