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Looking for a Cloud/VPS hosting provider that supports FreeBSD? Your search is more than half way done.

That’s because I have gone through the official list of ISPs that support FreeBSD and come up with the most affordable ones, plus one that’s not on that list. The result is given in the table below.

The cheapest service is TransIP, which is based in the Netherlands, but has just one data center. Next is DigitalOcean, a startup Cloud service provider based in New York City, USA. DigitalOcean has data centers in the US, UK, Netherlands and Singapore. For the record, I use DigitalOcean, so if you opt to sign up with them, you may do so using my referral id.

Hosting ProviderRAM, CPUStoragePriceData CentersComments
BSD Virtual Machines512 MB, 1 Core10 GB$14.95One data center - US (Fremont, CA)Minimum RAM offered is 256 MB. Only offers VPS servers at this time. Cloud servers coming soon. This appears to be a very young company. Offers the latest FreeBSD release.
CloudSigma
512 MB, 1 Core20 GB SSD$20.67Data centers in Switzerland (Zurich), US (Honolulu, Washington DC, and San Jose, California)RAM, CPU, Storage are all customizable. You can spin up an instance with RAM and storage less than what's shown here. Offers demo account.
Company is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland.
DBI Hosting512 MB, 1 Core20 GB$16.50One data center - US (Miami, FL)VPS servers only. RAM starts at 256 MB. Offers FreeBSD 9. Based in Miami, FL (USA)
DigitalOcean512 MB, 1 Core20 GB SSD$5.00/monthData centers in the Netherlands (Amsterdam), US (San Francisco, New York), UK (London), and Singapore.Offers Droplet snapshots and ability to send snapshots to others. Second cheapest service, after TransIP.
GigeNET
512 MB, 1 Core
20 GB
$0.03/hr, or $21.60 for a 30-day monthUS data centers - Chicago, IL, Los Angeles, CA,
and Ashburn, VA.
RAM, CPU, Storage are all customizable. Only offers FreeBSD 9 at this time. Company is headquartered in Arlington Heights, IL (USA).
Host1512 MB, 1 Core15 GB$32.60NorwayLowest RAM and CPU is given here. Company is based in Norway.
Interoute (in German)8 GB, 1 Core100 GB59 € plus 29 € setup fee. That's $68.00 USD plus $33.40 setup free. Mimimum contract term is 3 months.German data center(s).RAM, CPU and storage given here are the mimimum. Company is located in Duesseldorf, Germany.
JohnCompanies512 MB, 1 Core40 GB$12.00/month. Cheaper than a similarly-configured Linux server by $2.00/month.Two data center in the US (Southern California).Offers FreeBSD 10.1 and provides backup services for files and directories only, not the entire system.
NQhost512 MB, 2 Cores30 GB $12.00/monthData centers in Germany, US and Russia.Minimum RAM offered is 128 MB. Company is based in Stodulky, Czech Republic.
RootBSD512 MB, 1 Core20 GB$19.97/monthData centers in Germany (Karlsruhe), US (Raleigh, NC and Dallas, TX).Company is headquartered in Raleigh, NC USA. Minimum RAM offered is 512 MB.
Tier1 Hosting512 MB, 1 Core20 GB $15.99 CAD/monthData centers in 18 locations in Canada, Netherlands, UK and US.Aside from VPS servers, also offers customizable Cloud servers. Company has its headquarters in Canada.
TransIP1 GB, 1 Core50 GB SSD5 €. That's about $5.77 USD at current exchange rate.One data center in the Netherlands (Amsterdam)Minimum RAM offered is 1 GB. Offers demo account. Cheapest service. Headquarters in Leiden, Netherlands.

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Francisco Reyes
7 years ago

Two more that I am aware support FreeBSD

http://rackspace.com
http://vultur.com

One big issue I found with Rackspace though. They have no swap and enable ZFS by default. FreeBSD does not seem very stable without a swap and creating a file swap under ZFS is not very stable so for all intent and purposes you don’t want to use Rackspace for VMs below 2GB and that will not need swap.

Francisco Reyes
Reply to  Francisco Reyes
7 years ago

Another one… http://digitalocean.com

Digital Ocean and Vultr are fairly affordable, but for the most part (so far) I have found them stable and support responsive.

Digital Ocean was somewhat unstable at the beginning, but they have gotten their act together.

jaiho
jaiho
7 years ago

There is one freebsd server offered by atlantic.net which costs only $0.99.

https://cloud.atlantic.net/?page=signup_ws

They are offering freebsd 10.0 for $0.99 with 256 MB RAM and 512 MB for $4.97

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