Hello, I just signed up today for your Free VPS Service. I thought that I could use it for some testing in some near future, and since it can take up to 3 weeks for the request to be approved (at least that's what I read) I preferred to submit it now, however there is something that really socked me and that is the RAM available on the VPS Server, only 128 MB.
I'm aware that the virtualization container, (OpenVZ in this case) perform some optimizations that decrease the resource consumption of the OS, however if you need a VPS it's because you need to run some kind of application or service or even a large web, so I'm wondering if 128MB is really enough.
If you are a Java developer like me and want to run a Servlet + Web App, I think that in most cases 128MB will not be enought. In fact 128MB is dust, I don't really think that such small amount of RAM will be usable. However a little research shown that there are many hostings offering 128MB OpenVZ VPS at $15~16/month
So, the question title maybe could be: What can you do with a 128MB VPS?