Forum: Ruby on Rails Hosting Ruby Suggestions?

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(Guest)
on 2007-07-31 15:42
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Hello,

I currently maintain my production server with 1 & 1.  I am developing
my first Rails application.  I am really enjoying the process and see
its virtues.

Can anyone recommend a production server ready for rails?  How
difficult is it to install Ruby in the server I already have?  Their
tech support was not much help, but they say I can install anything I
want so long as it does not require root access.

Also, is there a good tutorial you can recommend on how to launch a
rails app?

I truly appreciate all help and direction!

Thanks!
Peter De Berdt (Guest)
on 2007-07-31 16:30
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On 31 Jul 2007, at 13:41, removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

> rails app?
>
> I truly appreciate all help and direction!

I'd recommend looking for a host that knows its way around Ruby and
Rails. A lot of hosts nowadays "support" Rails apps, but won't be
able to help you. A good source for reviews is http://
www.railshostinginfo.com/

My personal experience has pushed me away from shared hosting, but I
know some people on this list know shared hosts that do have Rails
knowledge or even focus on Rails deployment. I'm sure they'll chime in.

If you can afford it and know your way around Linux a bit, I'd
recommend getting a VPS instead, this way, you'll have root access
and will be able to do as you please (including securing your linux
VPS, so make sure you know your way around linux). I'm extremely
happy with Rimuhosting, support has been so helpful I can't express
my gratitude with words. They go far beyond what you would normally
expect from hosting support. Whenever I ask some advise, they have
provided me with splendid information, as well as doing all the work
for me in most cases. They also have a Rails stack ready if you
mention it in your order (i.e. your VPS/server is already setup with
everything you need to run Rails).
Slicehost has also been recommended by a lot of people on this list.

Search the archives, this subject has come up dozens of times already.


Best regards

Peter De Berdt
Mindtonic (Guest)
on 2007-07-31 16:34
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Many Thanks!
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