Hosting

I'm currently looking around for a hosting solution that offers virtual

hosting / virtual dedicated hosting for Ruby/Rails, Java (prefferebly
with tomcat
as part of the package, maybe even jboss) and Python/(turbogears/django

friendly)

I'm currently looking at eApps.com. I'm just looking for experiences
or suggestions any others might have with any hosting providers.

Hi,

We are a small company specialized in Ruby on Rails and J2EE.
Currently we are in the process of setting up Xen based Virtual Private Servers,
tweaked and tuned for Rails & Java Deployment.

Our servers are extremely fast multi-processor, rock solid, and have a RAID-1 configuration.

If you are interested and you can wait for a few weeks (we expect to go live in January), we can give you a free testing account.

Prices will be fair, and we DON’T oversell!

For more information about our company please take a look at: http://www.kabisa.nl

Regards,

Harm de Laat
Kabisa ICT

I highly recommend rimuhosting. They are currently hosting a couple
Java based apps, for web and DNS, and everything is running very
smoothly. Additionally their support group is top notch. Also you have
restart control over your virtual server in case something goes
haywire.

I can't say the same for VPSLand. Their response time is often slow
(especially on weekends) and the servers had more downtime.

Regardless of who you choose, go with Xen VPS. Best bang for your buck.

HTH.

V/r
Anthony

I second rimuhosting. I use them for my blog, and they have been great.

I've also heard good things about slicehost
(http://www.slicehost.com/) - and they are actually cheaper then
rimuhosting.

- Rob

Rimuhosting, period.

(Well, there are a few other hosts that are very good, like Bytemark.co.uk, … but I’ve found rimuhosting to be the most complete, very well priced and by far the best supported host around)

Best regards

Peter De Berdt