Kamatera is operating since 1995 and is one name that is getting a lot of traction over the last few years.
It offers an extremely customizable and scalable cloud infrastructure, a key trait for any good VPS service. Let’s see how scalable it is as a Managed Linux VPS cloud hosting.
Here are a few points to show how Kamatera’s VPS cloud hardware is uncommon and extensively scalable.
- Options to choose from 13 data centers spread across key points in North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East,
- cPanel and Plesk options for control Panel
- Kamatera’s resource-wise scalability is beyond comparison: 1-32 Core CPU, 1-32GB RAM, 10-1000GB SSD
- Extended Backup at starting at $3/month
- Windows and Linux servers – 100+ OS images
You can customize by adding more resources to your VPS server by mixing up different options on Kamatera’s VPS server customization platform.
Once you land on Kamatera’s VPS page, you immediately stumble upon a very convenient price calculator that lets you adjust each server stat to see how it affects the monthly price. You can even break that down to hourly costs.
A couple of handy features you can add are fully managed support and external daily backups.
Kamatera proudly offers 24/7 communication via live chat, phone, and mail.
It is, after all, expected from any reliable VPS providers.
I got connected to the chat almost immediately and had a pleasant sales and technical discussion with a support operator who really sounded like he knew his stuff.
The Kamatera review count is not that impressive yet, but as the host's popularity grows the feedback from users will inevitably pile on. Here's what we found so far:
- Trustpilot score: 4.1 / 5 (5 reviews)
- HostAdvice score: 9.7 / 10 (110 reviews)
Kamatera shows some excellent client reviews, even though there aren’t that many of them. Existing customers all agree – the hardware is very fast, scales easily, and is highly customizable.
Kamatera is so versatile that you can easily deploy and host a website, CRM, ERP, IoT project, VoIP server, or a project of any scale.
Anyone, from a small startup to a large enterprise, can find a server, choose its configuration, and deploy it in no time.