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i have inquiry about the standard plan with 80$ and general purpose 120$ i see they are almost the same, so what is the differences

i have inquiry about the standard plan with 80$ and general purpose 120$ i see they are almost the same, so what is the differences


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Hello,

According to the official website, the differences between a Standard and a General Purpose droplets are:

  • Standard:

The most basic Droplet – a burstable portion of vCPU – along with a configurable amount of memory.

Designed for:

Simple or bursty applications such as low traffic web servers, blogs, discussion forums, CMS, small databases, dev/test servers, microservices, and repository hosting.

  • General Purpose

The most popular modern Droplet, with 100% dedicated vCPU, along with a balanced 4GB of memory for each vCPU.

Designed for:

Critical applications such as high-traffic web servers, e-commerce sites, medium-sized databases, and enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS).

Hope that this helps! Regards, Bobby

thanks