Rackspace OnMetal vs WiredTree: What are the differences?
Developers describe Rackspace OnMetal as "Single-tenant, Baremetal Cloud Servers from Rackspace". OnMetal servers are single-tenant, bare-metal servers provisioned via the same OpenStack API as our cloud. They can be spun up as quickly as VMs to offer the agility of multi-tenant environments with the performance of single-tenant hardware. OnMetal servers are our own design and are engineered in a highly opinionated way. We’ve made them 100 percent solid-state with external cooling, leading to increased mean time between failures (MTBF). They are also incredibly large, so you’ll need fewer of them. On the other hand, WiredTree is detailed as "Fully Managed and Monitored VPS & Dedicated Servers from the Cloud". We custom build your server by hand and manage it onsite and in person. Whatever your business requires, we give you a tailored hosting solution.
Rackspace OnMetal and WiredTree can be primarily classified as "Dedicated Cloud Hosting" tools.