The free license is limited to five locks per day which means the free edition defends your system against five unique attacks per day. [...] The free license does not contain reporting (like the PRO edition does).
Also, no official support for Windows Server 2016.
Are they? With Linode's improved pricing, Vultr still is trailing for us in most use cases. It's a bit too costly and a bit too slow. We just get way more bang for the buck with Linode and Linode has load balancers which I think are a bit more important than firewalls. Vultr is doing well, but killing it seems a bit far as we are migrating off in several cases because it just isn't the best value compared to it's more mature competitor any longer. It's definitely doing better than Digital Ocean these days, though.
That's that. You can use extremely limited (2) VMs for testing or development, nothing more. You VPS, no cloud computing. No multi-tenant. So that is why Apple has no VPS presence, it's not allowed. You can get PS, but not VPS.
Looking at the details page, here is a limitation depending on how you handle client accounts, or your own accounts.
What are the Lightsail service limits?
You can currently create up to 20 Lightsail instances, 5 static IPs, and 3 DNS domain zones in a Lightsail account.
But this is pretty cool. Ability to manage traffic before it hits your VPS:
Can I manage firewall settings for my instance?
You can control the data traffic for your instances by using the Lightsail firewall. From the Lightsail console, you can set rules about which ports of your instance are publicly accessible for different types of traffic.
Have another system doing this this week. Been about eight hours so far. We are thinking that it is just doing the database rebuild and compression work. But it is insane how much CPU gets used for this.
Do you not have it doing this on a regular schedule?
Not my system, it was moved to a different server and had to be rebuilt.