Some of you may remember my post awhile back about moving to a new web hosting provider, Liquid Web (http://www.moongrabber.com/site-news/moongrabber-re-design-and-a-server-move). At this point I’ve been using Liquid Web’s VPS service for the last year and a half, and for the most part it was a good experience, up until the last month or so. Recently I’ve been having issues with insufficient memory on my VPS, and I’ve tried everything from caching, apache and mysql tweaks, to moving some of my larger sites off of the VPS and decrease the overall load on the server but to no avail. As of today I’m moving everything to a Wired Tree VPS.
Wired Tree has one of the best reputations in the VPS business, and I’ve had very positive results over the last few weeks trying out their servers, so I’ve decided to close down my Liquid Web VPS and make the switch. Wired Tree support was great in helping to get everything transferred over and running without any major downtime, and cpu/memory usage is much lower on this new VPS than over at Liquid Web (and response times are better too). I’m even looking at moving my larger sites onto this new VPS to see how it handles the load. So if you’re in the market for a reliable VPS with a great support team and a reasonable price, check out Wired Tree.