Linode, LLC is an American privately owned virtual private server provider company based in Galloway, New Jersey, United States.

What You Get

We create a new server instance on Linode. The size of the server is variable and based on your requirements. Therefore the price is also variable. To make selections easy, we are presenting 3 pre-configured options here, however there are endless configurations that can be set up.

We are happy to work with you to design a server that works best for you both in terms of performance and price.

All servers are available in the latest version of your choice of Linux distributions listed below. If you are unsure or don't care, we will choose the best one for the application selected.

  • CentOS
  • Debian
  • Fedora
  • Ubuntu

From Wikipedia


Linode (a portmanteau of the words linux and node) was founded by Christopher Aker, launching in mid 2003

Linode transitioned from UML to Xen virtualization in March 2008, and then to KVM in mid-2015. It launched its data backup service in 2009. NodeBalancer, a load-balancing service, launched in July 2011. Linode released Linode Managed, an incident response service designed for businesses, in 2013.

Its Dallas, Texas and Fremont, California data centers opened in 2003. Linode also opened an Atlanta, Georgia data center in 2007; a Newark, New Jersey-based center in 2008; its London, England center in 2009; a Tokyo, Japan center in 2011; as well as Frankfurt, Germany and Singapore data centers in 2015.

Products and Services

Linode offers multiple products and services for its clients. Its flagship products are cloud-hosting services with multiple packages at different price points. Linode Backup allows customers to backup their servers on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. Linode Manager and NodeBalancer both allow users to manage multiple server instances across a single system. In September 2013, Linode launched Longview, an analysis package for Linux

  • Basic


    • 2 GB RAM
    • 1 CPU Core
    • 24 GB SSD Storage
    • 2 TB Transfer
    • 40 Gbps Network In
    • 125 Mbps Network Out

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  • Professional


    • 4 GB RAM
    • 2 CPU Core
    • 48 GB SSD Storage
    • 3 TB Transfer
    • 40 Gbps Network In
    • 250 Mbps Network Out

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  • Advanced


    • 8 GB RAM
    • 4 CPU Core
    • 96 GB SSD Storage
    • 4 TB Transfer
    • 40 Gbps Network In
    • 500 Mbps Network Out

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