My observation on some hosting/deployment environments & virtual cloud servers which can be used as cost free for development and testing period without any hassle.
Deployment environment. Supports git version controlling. Have their own command line tool. 1GB storage for both DB & files with 512 MB RAM allocated per small gear. SSL support on your app URL. Custom domain support. No payment method needed.
Deployment environment. Supports version controlling. Have their own command line tool. 100MB DB & 2GB RAM per account. You can host/deploy unlimited apps within this resource. Free for ever. SSL support on your app URL. Custom domain support. No payment method needed. A how to tutorial here.
Deployment environment. Supports git version controlling. Have their own command line tool. 10K DB Rows & 512 MB RAM allocated per web dyno. You can host/deploy unlimited apps within this resource. Free for ever. SSL support on your app URL. Custom domain support. No payment method needed.
4. Amazon EC2 micro instance
A full featured virtual private server. Choose the operating system to be installed on it and you are done! Access & manage that VPS through your local machine’s terminal. Install packages, configure different types of environment, create users, deploy your app there. Actually use that remote machine as like you do in your own locac Unix/Windows server system. 8GB storage for whole system purpose with 613 MB RAM including 2 CPU per instance. One year free. Need payment method to be verified while sign up.
5. Amazon Beanstalk
Deployment environment. No need to configure any server from scratch. Just select your app type to be deployed & it will build up an environment to suit your app on background. Have their own command line tool for better managing your app from local machine. Supports version controlling. Uses the micro instance on behind. One year free. Need payment method to be verified while sign up. A how to tutorial here.
More on my mind is pagodabox, joyent etc.
In the very last two posts we saw how to deploy apps in appfog. Today we will see how to deploy such apps in pagodabox. pagodabox is another deployment platform/framework like appfog. I found something good feature here such as you can have a free SSL certificate for your instance under the free scheme and you can see all your git commits under you app’s dashboard and simply deploy any version from your commit history just by clicking a button. Their punch line is “An Object Oriented Hosting Framework”
To start deploying your app on the cloud, just sign up in pagodabox obviously without any requirement of valid payment method as like appfog 🙂
Step A: You need to install the pagodabox command line tool just like you did for appfog according to the last post. For this, type the following command on Mac terminal:
Ruby and RubyGems come pre-installed on Mac OSX. As long as you are running v10.6 or later. For windows or any other issue you can check here. Also you should add an SSH key of your local machine to your pagodabox account. Just follow this simple process. Continue reading Deploy apps on pagodabox with git version controlling
On the previous post we deployed a wordpress site along with a mySQL service by appfog’s built-in installation process in a very fast way. In this post we will describe the process of deploying again a wordpress site but from our local machine like as our own custom PHP app.
Step A: Sign up in appfog and it will show no app under your account. Just leave the browser. Nothing to to do there now. We will use appfog command line tool to both create and upload the files to appfog.
For that, enter the following command in your Mac OSX terminal
After successful installation of “af” you can write the following command and provide your appfog account detail to login to the service.
Note: “af” requires Ruby 1.8.7 or newer. You should Ruby installed already in your Mac 10.6+ . If any problem occurs or you are using Windows then follow this link to resolve. Continue reading How to host/deploy a PHP app from local machine to appfog
AppFog delivers a reliable, scalable and fast platform for deploying applications in the cloud. Unlike installing OS, configuring, managing and monitoring a VPS (Virtual Private Server) like Amazon EC2 or Rackspace Cloud Servers, this kind of deployment/hosting platform/framework is much better for developers to use. As their punch line says “Simple, elegant, and modern way to develop and deploy apps.”
Here in the post we will describe how to host/deploy a wordpress site in a very fast way cause appfog has wordpress under quick installation option. Following this option will install both PHP with WordPress app along with a mySQL service under your account.
Step A: Sign up here without any hassle of providing a valid payment method 🙂
Step B: Click on “New App” button
Continue reading How to host/deploy wordpress on appfog within 2 minutes