Breaking News: Free VPSes From Evolution Host Available!


Mike from Evolution Host contacted us with an opportunity for the community to obtain a free VPS from his firm.

This offer is being made to celebrate the launching of their FiveM Anti-DDoS solution.  These are not first come, first serve but rather are provisioned based on an application process.

Here’s a bit more info from Evolution Host:

Evolution Host are celebrating the launch of our brand new product by giving away up to 50 VPS free of charge. FiveM servers are often targeted by various DDoS attacks that are not currently mitigated by any hosting company. Evolution Host has recently launched a FiveM Anti-DDoS solution that blocks absolutely every known DDoS attack. To mark the occasion, we saw it fitting to give away a bunch of enterprise grade VPS, free of charge – to those with a relatively popular website or a large social following.

There is no exact criteria to make you eligible for the offer but a good start would be a ranking of at least 25 on https://moz.com/free-seo-tools or a social following of 5k+. We would recommend everyone who is interested apply as we may have an alternate offer available if you don’t meet the criteria required for the largest specification VPS.

The relevancy of the applicants site will also be taken into consideration. No pornographic content, war mongering content or anything that breaches our terms of service will be accepted.

These VPSes are permanently free with no other costs.  They do request a backlink or some sort of co-promotional arrangement depending on the site/social account that you apply with.  And naturally, you must obey their terms of service.

Evolution Host has been in business since 2013 and was formerly registered as evolutionhost.co.uk.

Here’s the specs on these VPSes:

  • 8 CPU Cores at 4Ghz+- 16GB DDR4 RAM
  • 200GB SSD or 500GB HDD
  • 1Gb/s Port
  • 100TB Monthly Transfer
  • Advanced DDoS Protection
  • Linux or Windows
  • Europe/US Locations
  • (APPLY HERE)

Here’s some more info on Evolution Host:

 

What makes Evolution Host VPS hosting different?

Experience, dedication, reliability & innovation. Since inception, Evolution Host has continued to evolve our product line to meet the emerging demands of the hosting market.

We offer 100% dedicated KVM resources – if you pay for 16GB of RAM, that 16GB is yours and is not shared with any other client. We do not opt for CPUs with dozens of slow threads and pack as many clients as we can onto the node. Our CPU frequencies reach as high as 5Ghz and our nodes are never over-loaded or over-sold.

Innovation is our forte and we have proved this time and time again, one example of that is by being the first hosting provider to combine VPS hosting with Game Server Hosting, birthing our Gaming VPS product.

We have become known for our ability to mitigate even the most complex of DDoS attacks. With the recent launch of our FiveM DDoS Protection product we have brought our DDoS protection to a new audience. Due to popular demand, we are also now able to offer Remote DDoS Protection to anyone who needs it, for pretty much any application/game server.

We are seasoned veterans in the KVM VPS Hosting game and will continue to introduce new technologies and products to our clients.

 

More detail on the host node and network after the jump.

HOST NODE INFO:

“We use a variety of hardware combinations however our most common configuration can be found below.”

Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700K CPU @ 5.0GHz
– 64GB DDR4 2400 MHz RAM
– 1 x 4TB HDDs
– 2 x 512GB SSDs
– Software RAID 1 with off-site backups
– 1 Gbps

AMD Ryzen 7 3800X – 8 c / 16 t – 3.9 GHz / 4.5 GHz
– 128GB RAM
– 2 x 4TB HDDs
– 2 x 960GB SSDs
– Software RAID 1 with off-site backups
– 1 Gbps

Intel Xeon-E 2288G – 8 c / 16 t – 3.7 GHz / 5 GHz
– 128GB RAM
– 2 x 6TB HDDs
– 2 x 960GB SSDs
– Software RAID 1 with off-site backups
– 1 Gbps

NETWORK INFO:

If you apply and receive a VPS (or even if you don’t), be sure to comment below and let the community know about your experience!

raindog308

I’m Andrew, techno polymath and long-time LowEndTalk community Moderator. My technical interests include all things Unix, perl, python, shell scripting, and relational database systems. I enjoy writing technical articles here on LowEndBox to help people get more out of their VPSes.