When it comes to choosing the right VPS (Virtual Private Server) server for your solution, you may want to test its performance. The most important factors to consider when purchasing a VPS are Internet connection speed, disk I/O speed, and CPU performance.
This is useful when testing out a bargain hosted VPS. It may be a good cost per month, but will it still have acceptable performance. You can sign up for a new VPS and then test it, and if it is not up to scratch, it is better to cancel it before moving and installing all your applications onto it.
This article explains how to perform these benchmarks remotely from your VPS. I did find it was geo-blocked for some reason, so I had top open it using a VPN for the USA.
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How to check the network speed, disk performance, and CPU performance of your Linux VPS server for a quick benchmark.