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Pros of 10gbps.io
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    • 644
      Quick and reliable cloud servers
    • 515
      Scalability
    • 391
      Easy management
    • 276
      Low cost
    • 269
      Auto-scaling
    • 88
      Market leader
    • 80
      Backed by amazon
    • 78
      Reliable
    • 66
      Free tier
    • 57
      Easy management, scalability
    • 12
      Flexible
    • 10
      Easy to Start
    • 9
      Web-scale
    • 8
      Widely used
    • 8
      Elastic
    • 7
      Node.js API
    • 4
      Industry Standard
    • 3
      Lots of configuration options
    • 2
      GPU instances
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      Amazing for individuals
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      Extremely simple to use
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      All the Open Source CLI tools you could want.
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      Simpler to understand and learn

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    Cons of 10gbps.io
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        Ui could use a lot of work
      • 6
        High learning curve when compared to PaaS
      • 3
        Extremely poor CPU performance

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      What is 10gbps.io?

      Dedicated server provider with latest technology hardware solutions and premium data delivery for bandwidth intensive businesses. All servers are fitted with high end components and unshared 10Gbps ports

      What is Amazon EC2?

      It is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers.

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