Suggestions for RoR Web hosting service

Is there a website and/or individual suggestions for a good RoR web
hosting service.

Ralph

Heroku is good for starting out but EngineYard is probably the
preferred for large scale applications.

Dieter L.
http://ubiety.ca

Hi!

Try here: http://www.heroku.com/


ngel Gabriel

2011/6/18 Ralph S. [email protected]

Hi

Some options

Heroku
Rackspace
Linode
EC2 Amazon

Martin

Hi,

I rent a VPS from Linode. It defenetely a good option if you are little
bit of administrator. You will need to setup everything: apache, ruby,
passenger, rails. For me it was fine. I found it fun. Linode provides
you very nice web interface, even web ssh :). I didn’t use other
services though so I cannot compare. This is good option for those who
want to feel they are in control.

Eugen.
http://blog.eugen.co

Martin A. wrote in post #1006126:

Hi

Some options

Heroku
Rackspace
Linode
EC2 Amazon

Martin

I’ve had a very different experience with Linode. I had no Linux
experience and was able to get a box set up running Rails in not too
long using their guides. Sure, it wasn’t as fast as using Heroku but I
enjoy having total control over the environment.

Bobby

On Jun 19, 1:49am, “[email protected][email protected]

Linode no good, their guides will guide you to wrong deployment. You’ll
lose
a LOT of time chasing your tail and banging your head against the wall
with
deployments that just don’t work.

Their support staff are very polite, but the bottom line is their Rails
deployment guides DO NOT work and they cannot help you get a workable
deployment.

On Jun 19, 7:49am, “[email protected][email protected]
wrote:

Linode no good, their guides will guide you to wrong deployment. You’ll lose
a LOT of time chasing your tail and banging your head against the wall with
deployments that just don’t work.

Linode were fine for me but then I didn’t read any of their deployment
guides.
On a more managed front, I’ve had good experiences with blue box and
railshoster.de

Fred

If you know Git already then definitely give a try for Heroku.
Go on with this:
http://ruby.railstutorial.org/ruby-on-rails-tutorial-book
it teaches you how to start with Heroku and Git.

If not and are a beginner then:
http://www.railshosting.org/

I started here, their support is excellent:
http://www.hostingrails.org/
and it’s free for a year, enough time to get involved.

good luck
gezope

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