[erlang-questions] Erlang in the clouds

Nick Gerakines nick@REDACTED
Sun Oct 18 22:15:38 CEST 2009

I've been using Slicehost for about a year and a half for my Erlang
projects. For a long time the I Play WoW Facebook app was on 5x256m
slices using CouchDB/Memcached/MySQL. I have to say that I'm really
happy with them because of the price as well as the service and
support. I've still got 5 projects spread across 3x256m slices.

I'm currently working on another application project on 2x256m slices
using mochiweb and emongo and it works great. For this one I'm using
Fedora 11 and building my own otp/erlang package, installing modules
from source from GitHub and using the x86_64 mongodb tgz package.

I've got the install commands used to get the environments up and
running if you are interested.

# Nick Gerakines

On Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 12:13 PM, Armand Golpaygani <mandarzzz@REDACTED> wrote:
> Hey,
> Thanks for the link.
> I've started prototyping with Erlmongo :)
> Cheers
> Armand
> 2009/10/18 Rapsey <rapsey@REDACTED>
>> hi,
>> I've heard slicehost is very nice:
>> http://www.slicehost.com/
>> I haven't used it myself, but there was some talk about it in the mongodb
>> irc channel.
>> What erlang driver are you going to be using?
>> Sergej
>> On Sun, Oct 18, 2009 at 8:32 PM, Armand Golpaygani <mandarzzz@REDACTED
>> >wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> >
>> > I am working on a web project with Erlang and MongoDB. I am currently
>> > considering hosting providers.
>> > I know some of you successfully use Erlang on EC2. Do you know any other
>> > reliable service you would advise for a start-up ?
>> >
>> > Thanks
>> > Armand
>> >

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