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Just playing around with @linode Kubernetes Service... DAMN its quick and easy to spin up a cluster.. Under 5 minutes to login, deploy a cluster, download the kubeconfig, deploy Portainer, login to Portainer and start deploying Apps. Stuff of legends.. pic.twitter.com/VWkv2S6YEs— Portainer.io (@portainerio) October 3, 2021
Trying out @linode's S3-compatible object storage and they are not kidding about the compatibility. I replaced my S3 access keys and bucket urls in my app with theirs, restarted, and everything Just Worked™. Nice.— Todd Lemoine (@toddlemoine) September 19, 2021
I had to call @linode support for the first time (great experience!) and I mentioned that @atpfm was what made me a customer in the first place. Explained the podcast to the support guy and he said it sounds cool and wants to give it a listen so he wrote it down. Made my evening!— Mike Wells (@mikecwwells) September 5, 2021
I just opened my 1st @linode account several days ago & now I can see what I missed out on all these years.— Rashed Alfoudary (@foudary) August 26, 2021
Going to spend the rest of my quarantine sippin' some vit C & consuming geek docs.#Linux #CloudComputing #QuarantineLife
I'm with @linode for more than 5 years now and I have no regrets.— Carlos A. (@carlos_algms) September 3, 2021
We host game servers on @linode servers. I run discord bots on the basic linode. I’ve gotta say, I’m pretty impressed with the amount of things I can accomplish on their platform. They don’t set any limits. You pick the hardware, the OS, and deploy.— Nicholas Frillman (@LinuxPlugged) August 22, 2021
Shoutout to @linode for being awesome. I needed a test vm for a complicated mail configuration, normally the ports I needed are closed to prevent spam, I got a quick response and they were able to get the ports sorted for me, which allowed me to quickly resolve two pending cases— GloriousEggroll (@GloriousEggroll) August 23, 2021
I've been happy with my $40/mo three node k8s cluster at @linode— Joe Julian (@JoeCyberGuru) August 24, 2021
I'll never go back to DO, Linode is super speedy in everything I've done on my VMs with them, I've even moved some of the stuff I was hosting at home to a few Linode VMs, I highly suggest the move!— Sal Zaydon (@szaydon) August 19, 2021
I introduced Linode to the small company I used to work for and we switched to them as well. I can back up what you say about the support! One reply I got on a ticket was so well versed and helpful I was blown away. And we haven't experienced even one blip of downtime.— Jack (@jackeriniomundo) August 1, 2021
I will forever be your customer @linode, the customer care you show is extraordinary 😇— Craftszone Store (@wearecraftszone) July 29, 2021
I have been using @linode for about a decade and love it.— Jeremy Gibbs (@jeremy_gibbs) July 13, 2021
The customer service over at @linode is top class. Well done folks.— James /ˈɡɔr.dɔn/ Hamilton 🇿🇦🏳️🌈 (@hamboneZA) May 12, 2021
When I look at @linode pricing, then my AWS bill, I feel shame. I need to set a date to move some of our resources.— Rowen Willabus (@rowenwillabus) May 30, 2021
I use @linode - I initially used AWS but it's either pretty expensive or you have to play stupid games with using CPU credits. I prefer the peace of mind of having a single reliable bill each month.— Thomas Curry (@GlidingDev) June 7, 2021
The @linode security team is the best program I've ever seen. Really professional and their responses are reasonable.— Seqrity (@seqrity9) April 23, 2021
Linode seems like a much better and more cost efficient alternative to Amazon AWS, GCloud, Oracle Cloud, Azure.— Shravan Venkataraman 🔥🚀💰 (@theBuoyantMan) April 6, 2021
Their plans are very competitive too. Check it out!
Okay, only been using @linode for a day or so, but I'm really impressed by them.— Richard mask wearing code warrior (@GeekAnnoyed) March 30, 2021
I don't normally make personal recommendations. But I love the sheer simplicity of Linode Kubernetes Engine for people learning K8s. Defo worth a look.— NEW BOOK - Quick Start Kubernetes (@nigelpoulton) March 10, 2021
Give it a try, I moved from AWS to Linode, I was paying before $120/mo & now I pay around $55/mo @linode— Okii Eli (@EliOkii) March 9, 2021
Y'all for real, @linode is so very good. I have absolutely zero affiliation with them, I'm just a fan. Definitely check them out for your Linux powered hosting/cloud/kubernetes needs.— Adam Miller (He/Him) (@TheMaxamillion) February 9, 2021
Wow, @Linode may actually become the new standard provider for Axiom... You can spin up 60 instances all at once instead of having to do it in batches.— pry // Ben Bidmead (@pry0cc) February 3, 2021
Support is also SUPER HELPFUL! Their API is really pretty too.
Man I love @linode!!!
Been using @linode for a LOT of things recently including setting up a new web hosting server using cPanel for where I work and also for some personal projects which includes WHMCS and game server hosting with dockers and using Linode's API to automate it all. I'm loving Linode!— Jack (@jackeriniomundo) February 7, 2021
I just started using @linode. TL;TR I love the simplicity of the dashboard & the graphs of server usage.— Marco Mascorro (@Mascobot) November 21, 2020
Spun up a new server instance with @linode for the first time in a while--forgot just how nice their interface is! Quick and painless, which is a nice change of pace when it comes to cloud computing, for sure.— Alexander Six (@alexandersix_) November 29, 2020
Have all my personal stuff at linode and business stuff. Excellent, solid platform and support is always great if you need it.— Andy (@N1X0uT1aW) December 22, 2020
I did the cost calculator in 2012 and it said I would end up spending $1400/mo on AWS so I went with @linode for $20/mo and full disclosure I liked the service so much I ended up working there 3 years later— Abe Massry (@abemassry) January 29, 2021
Past few months I have been listing to a magnitude of podcasts and I have been introduced to @linode ..... . I don't know now what to say but... Block storage for my home network backup WOW! and just span up a docker Linode and Im impressed already.— PaulC (@paulcaineWD) November 3, 2020
Just went from "I should try nextcloud" to "I have a nextcloud instance running on linode and clients installed on my laptop and phone" in about two hours, with minimal fuss, https and all— ollybot_redux (@ollybot_redux) November 3, 2020
Used @linode API for the first time last night. Their API is so well documented and easy to use I was able to fix an old non-working dynamic DNS update script from 2012 in a matter of minutes. Posted the fork to @github. https://t.co/HMw2LtIoD5 @linuxtoday @linux @nixcraft— Chris (@christr77) September 20, 2020
It's true.... Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE) is still my go-to Kubernetes platform for most of my lab testing. In fact I'm updating one of my books and did a bunch of the test work on LKE 💪🏽🔥— Nigel Poulton - The Kubernetes Book (@nigelpoulton) September 10, 2020
I've been a happy @linode customer for 11 years. Can't imagine being happy with a hosting company for that long. They are so great! Then I opened a ticket with them to say "thanks" and they said thanks back with a credit on my account!— Randy Fay (@randyfay) August 14, 2020
I just created a subdomain... linked it to a single @linode and was able to ping it from my computer in literally 3 minutes...— ThePrimeagen (@ThePrimeagen) October 25, 2020
HOW SO FAST??
Big shoutout to @linode Technical Support It's great to just be able to get support and not feel like I"m being pushed off the phone. Thanks, Linode! #Linode #LinodeSupport #LinodeInfluencer #LinodeAllStar https://t.co/Au0nVp0eMt— Seekaplayer (@seekaplayer) August 1, 2020
I'm not one to gush over a product but I ❤️@linode! I've got Proxmox servers & VMs galore but it's so easy to deploy a node that they're my go-to before my own infrastructure.— Sergio (@HLXco) June 17, 2020
I spent years thinking I would eventually outgrow them & instead, they grew with me! Thanks Linode!
Finally did what @atpfm has told me many times to do: Tried out @linode. I looked forward to days of fun, tinkering and configuring. Huge disappointment. I was done within an hour and everything just worked. What am I supposed to do for the rest of my evening? Tomorrow? Jeez.— Nicolai Henriksen (@nicolaih) June 16, 2020
Wow, @linode and their staff have been nothing but amazing. I can't thank them enough. I knew I made a good choice when partnering with them. Thanks, Linode!— Seekaplayer (@seekaplayer) June 11, 2020
Just a quick shoutout to @linode for being a company of absolute rockstars, with an apparent culture where taking the very best care of their customers is the highest priority. I can’t recommend Linode and their team highly enough. Best vendor choice we’ve ever made.— Stephen R. Smith (@stephen_smith) June 6, 2020
Never had support that's so prompt, engaging, knowledgeable, and effective.— MSPaint, now with more gin | BLM (@MSPaintAndGin) April 26, 2020
Thanks, @linode, knew I made the right choice however many years ago I started hosting some stuff with you.
Playing around with @linode . It's nice to have an alternative to the tech giants' cloud platforms.— Frans Flippo (@fransflippo) April 10, 2020
👍 I run my whole business on @linode. They’ve been great to work with.— Charles Perry (@DazeEnd) March 9, 2020
You know when you come across docs so good you don’t have to do any additional googling and all your questions are answered in one place? Even questions you didn’t know you had? Pretty rare. Whoever writes @linode docs deserves a raise and a hearty high five.— April (@aprilg091) January 26, 2020
I don’t know who lit the 🔥 up them but @linode are pulling out all the stops! Object storage, #Kubernetes, *free* DDoS protection (launched today) and a personal wish list of mine coming soon - cloud firewalls! #GameChanger #CloudComputing https://t.co/wQ0pbtwqCX— Andy Heathershaw (@andysh_uk) January 24, 2020
Linode was cloud, before there was cloud. Stoked to have been a customer for over 12 years!— Rob Zimmerman (@603Zim) January 17, 2020
Linode is fantastic, and they are adding lots of new stuff and data centers, including Kubernetes (LKE). They are also working on mysql/pgsql cloud service. Give them try if you need Linux based cloud servers & other services for personal or professional work. I am happy customer https://t.co/QMsYEYkF15— The Best Linux Blog In the Unixverse (@nixcraft) January 10, 2020
I finally got my entire hosting setup moved to @linode and I'm really happy with them. Super-helpful and friendly, and such a good value. Can't believe I didn't switch a couple of years ago when Leaseweb bought Servint (my former provider)— trav_stone (@trav_stone) December 15, 2019
I just gotta do this. Although not partnered (wish I was 😉) @linode has to be my top hosting company for Linux systems by a loonnggg shot. The service, uptime and their clean and easy manager panels really makes a great experience. @linode keep doing you ♥️— FAXES (@FAXES_YT) November 27, 2019
Also pretty sure @linode looks like the best place to work on the planet— BLM trog (@rcon_joe) November 12, 2019
I've been using @linode a lot more these days and I've been really enjoying it.— Darren Shepherd (@ibuildthecloud) November 7, 2019
Big kudos to @linode for making it possible with their release of affordable and performant Object Storage!— Stadia Maps (@StadiaMaps) November 7, 2019
We have been using @linode servers to host dozens of OJS installations used by hundreds of Journals in Brazil and Latin America. Server speeds have always made a difference in the quality of access.— Diego Abadan (@DiegoAbadan) October 15, 2019
me: oh great, linode sent me an email. yeah, alright, time t--— Twilight Sparkle (@yourcompanionAI) October 6, 2019
linode email: hey, i'm a person on the linode team. i saw you tweeting about how you were going to have trouble paying, so found your account, extended your deadline and added $20 credit. love your website btw!
Just saw that @linode was using AMD EPYC CPUs on their servers now! Looking at older instances, it looks like they've been retroactively replacing some older Intel ones too. Never thought I'd see the day. Linode will never be slouch 😄 pic.twitter.com/zYS2Q3znDz— Mark Rushing (@adaptiveoptics) September 3, 2019
Been on Linode for at least 10 years, no complaints.— Bossman of RiFT and Bitbendaz (@BossmanOfRift) August 18, 2019