[Seaside] Does anyone offer Seaside hosting yet?

Bart Veenstra bart.veenstra at gmail.com
Mon Aug 23 18:01:14 UTC 2010

Maybe you can run a webvelocity ami on Amazon EC2? I am also working on some
commercial seaside applications and planning to hire some Virtual Private
Servers for a few euro's a month to get started.  Once traffic is up, I'll
probably move to EC2. Downside of VPS is that you'll need to configure
everything yourself and maintain it as well.



2010/8/23 Andy Burnett <andy.burnett at knowinnovation.com>

> I am gradually moving to the stage where I would like to deploy some small
> seaside applications.  These would be commercial applications, so
> seasidehosting.st isn't appropriate.
> What I am looking for is a company that will manage the OS stack, and let
> me concentrate on the Seaside application. I am not at the stage of needing
> a whole server, I am looking for the equivalent of Engine Yard for Seaside.
> Does anyone know of a company doing that?
> Cheers
> Andy
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