When you’re a part of the AISIP (Association of Independent Software Industry Professionals) you’re entitled to a wealth of knowledge that others won’t have the privilege of using, and when it comes to VPS’s the knowledge the association has to offer is actually quite amazing. If there’s one thing the association is dedicated to its providing their members with the right platforms to make some money, and making use of a cheap (yet powerful) VPS that uses SSD’s (solid state drives) over weaker equipment will do wonders for your financial standing. A VPS allows you to develop your software independently and at will, but when you incorporate SSD’s into the mix you start to build a VPS that’s worth the price you’ve paid. Speed is important when you’re deep into developing with a VPS, because the quicker you’re able to develop on it, the quicker you can handle jobs (and as a result the more money you’ll be able to bring in). There are also benefits regarding the client when you use SSD’s, because a quick cloud server VPS will allow you to show them their project while it’s being worked on with ease. Every client you’ve ever worked with would love a project handled with speed, just make sure you don’t try to handle it too quickly (because you’re bound to make some mistakes).
SSD’s have always been considered pricey, but just like everything else their expensive price tag seems to be going lower and lower and the years sneak by. It reminds me of RAM in a sense, because I remember back in the day when RAM was incredibly expensive (and that wasn’t even for a GB worth of it, it was absolute heresy!). Cheap SSD VPS’s that are going to be used for developmental reasons are out there, you just have to figure out which company or service is reputable enough to trust (or you could just take it upon yourself to build one of your own!). AISIP recommends using the cheapest VPS you can possibly create, but that doesn’t mean you’re going to have a low-quality one. There are tons of different builds and set-ups that can bring you a great speed for a low price, but the forums are for members only (and members only share their set-ups within the confined crypts of the AISIP website).
If there weren’t speedy Cheap SSD VPS out there today we wouldn’t even realize how quickly a computer can handle executions, so that’s one thing we should be grateful for. We are used to having the fastest internet paired with the best graphics cards and a ton of ram for our modern computer rigs, and now VPS’s are catching up in that regard. VPS’s are no longer too pricey for the average consumer, so even the smallest budgets in the world should be able to find a reasonable SSD VPS on a monthly basis. It’s tips like these that make AISIP one of my most cherished web sites, and I guess the connections I’ve managed to make on the forums is a great treat as well.