Poll Results: Preferred Virtualization Engine for Cheap VPS Hosting

On May 15th we asked our users to tell us which virtualization engine they most preferred as the basis of their cheap VPS hosting plans.  After 9 days of voting and 327 unique votes, the answer is in, and the community has decidedly voted in favor of KVM virtualization.

While voting will remain open we grabbed the results as of May 24th (after 9 days of voting and 327 votes).

Recently we’ve published a number of guides about different virtualization technologies, including KVM, Xen and OpenVZ. If you are not familiar with the differences you can start by reading a broad description of the three and then continue to learn more about KVM Virtualization followed by OpenVZ Virtualization.

Check out the results below:

poll results preferred virtualization engine for cheap vps

While it is not surprising that KVM Virtualization was the preferred hypervisor engine according to our users, what is surprising is the extent to which it led other options, including OpenVZ and Xen. Both VMWare and Hyper-V tend to be more on the enterprise side of the game, but even still, they both beat Xen. While the whole “low end box” era of cheap VPS hosting started with OpenVZ it is clear that the transition to dedicated resources and enhanced security/neighbor protections offered by KVM is well under way. A few year ago a 2GB RAM OpenVZ VPS was very exciting — even though it would have likely been RAM oversold many times over. Today, there are no shortage of great deals available on inexpensive KVM based VPS options, many of which now offer RAM allocations in excess of 2GB for less than $10/month.

If you are shopping for a cheap KVM based VPS, check out the latest offers on LowEndBox.

There are plenty of great OpenVZ VPS offers still available, too, should you prefer it.

Thanks to everyone who took a moment to vote and share their opinion on our Preferred Virtualization Engine Poll!

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So, is a shader in Unity/UE the same thing as a shader is in Opengl?

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In Unity I was able to use a post build script to send myself an email when Unity finishes building a game. Is there a way to make a script run when Unreal Engine is done packaging a game?

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I am currently studying the game development.

“The rendering engine generates animated 3D graphics by any of a number of methods (rasterization, ray-tracing etc.).

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2) Am I understand correctly, that the geometric modeling kernels, like ACIS, Parasolid are continuing to use it’s own low-level modules, instead of OpenCL/OpenGL, or they are kind of mixed?

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The general solution for this is to design a system for deep linking, where someone can share a link to a specific resource on your website (this could even just be a query string), and that resource loads immediately without any user interaction.

For instance, a link like this that opens up your map to a specific piece of content:

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Another idea: From each location deep link, you could also deep-link nearby locations or related locations, so the crawlers can start to traverse your locations sort of like linked pages.

Some people might suggest just slapping all your deep links into a sitemap and calling it a day, but there are probably issues with that.

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