[erlang-questions] Any advice to a Java webhost company about Erlang hosting?
Wed Feb 5 12:31:22 CET 2014
Pardon my ignorance but what does a Java hosting company do exactly
compared to just getting a server?
I ask because for my small Erlang apps I just have a 3€/month dedicated
and have next to no admin to do once a quick initial setup as I just
push releases to it (the machine doesn't have nor need Erlang installed).
Supporting medium to big Erlang apps would require something closer to a
basic "cloud" but same story past that point, just push the releases and
be done with it.
On 02/05/2014 12:22 PM, Michael Turner wrote:
> I've need Java hosting. Legacy code in some cases, Unobtainium in
> Erlang for others.
> I've got Java hosting. I like the guy who does it. He's been doing it
> a long time. He's good at it. He's responsive. But he's hurting
> because of cloud services. He needs a new angle.
> I google on Erlang hosting. First link: somebody asking "where are the
> Erlang hosts?" Answer: sorry.
> ... followed by a couple of recommendations to my host's competition
> for VPS and whatever.
> It looks like there's still a need to be filled - snap-together Erlang
> hosting - and some people looking for their next move in web hosting.
> This might be it. I guess in the case of Java web hosts, Erjang would
> be a place to start. Any suggestions?
> I can't exactly make a career of this at the moment, it's just an
> idea, but if it could eventually help somebody, and help get me
> Erlang's advantages ....
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