Re: JRuby Hosting!


#1

Hi Charlie,
You may also want to add the following hosts to the list of JRoR (with
Glassfish)Â service providers:
http://www.webappcabaret.com
http://www.mochahost.com
http://www.cloudappy.com

They all by the way use automation technilogies provided by ngasi.com

Charles Oliver N. wrote:
There’s been a bit of talk recently about options for hosting JRuby (on
Rails) applications. Lots of places provide Ruby (on Rails) support, and
some provide general Java support, but it seems like there’s a demand
for JRuby-specific expertise.

And I think JRuby has definitely reached a point where managed hosting
would be really nice to have.

I tweeted asking about it, and got several interesting replies:

From @grantmichaels: @headius linode sponsored the rumble and has great
service!

From @jasonh: @headius we’ve been shipping jruby in @Joyent accelerators
for a long time already

From @capotej: @headius I run a small ruby/jruby consultancy. While we
don’t offer hosting directly, we have plenty of experience setting it
up. nuklei.com

From @alasdairrr: @headius We’re big Glassfish users here at everycity
and are big Ruby users too. JRuby no problem! www.everycity.co.uk

From @auxbuss: @headius Re: JRuby hosting. Maybe take it to the list?
Maybe talk to slicehost. Hosting implies $s. Is this what you meant?

From @noahhorton: @headius We are actively looking for this right now
too. Can’t find Glassfish hosting companies which is what we need.

And a couple folks emailed me offline, interested in working together to
set something up.

So, shall we discuss? I’d love to see a few good JRuby (on Rails)
hosting options, either “JRoR-ready” or really managed with prepared
GlassFish/JBoss/Whatever server setups.

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#2

Kerry Jacabson wrote:

Hi Charlie,
You may also want to add the following hosts to the list of JRoR (with
Glassfish) service providers:
http://www.webappcabaret.com
http://www.mochahost.com
http://www.cloudappy.com

They all by the way use automation technilogies provided by ngasi.com

Cool, thanks for that list! I am having some 'net troubles at the
moment, but I’ll take a look at them. Maybe we should add a page to the
JRuby wiki (kenai.com now)?

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