Des avis sur Migadu pour l’hébergement de mails sur domaines personnalisés ?
Je suis sur leur période d’essai, avec deux domaines, 3 boîtes mail, sur le plan Micro à 19$/an (il me semble que je ne dépasserai jamais leurs limites : max. 200 mails entrants et 20 mails sortants par jour et 5GB de stockage au total).
Ils ont l’air assez transparents sur les pro/cons d’utiliser leur service.
Des mauvaises expériences à partager ? Ou des success stories ?
ho intenzione di creare un #blog dove scrivere un po’ di cose mie. lo vorrei il più veloce e minimal possibile, al punto che possa essere anche una banalissima repository plain-text e senza alcun fronzolo da aggiungerci (no ads ovviamente, e sto valutando anche l’assenza di commenti).
consigli su qualche piattaforma / #hosting / client che possa fare questa cosa semplicissima come una raccolta di testo? su google ho trovato solo cose per il commerciale infarcite di temi custom.
Starting from February 1, 2024, hosting providers not listed in the registry will be prohibited from operating, while those included must offer hosting services only after proper user identification.
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Im Grunde genommen musst du das mit deinen eigenen server/cloud-Diensten doch so handhaben wie mit #offshore-Konten. Hoste deinen Kram in einem Land, das niemandem Zugriff gewährt und auch deinen Namen nicht Preis gibt! Ist #Hosting auf den #Caymans eigentlich ein Ding?!
Mit der Open Source Projektmanagement-Software können Unternehmen und Organisationen ihre Projekte planen, durchführen und steuern. In diesem Artikel stellen wir OpenProject kurz vor und gehen auf die wichtigsten Funktionen ein.
"[...] effective February 1st 2024 for already existing services, the cost for additional IP addresses will be increased from $0.50 to $0.60 per IP address per month."
and perhaps more importantly:
"New orders will now include only 2 free IP addresses instead of 4."
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Hetzner has a good offer, but it's asking for documents and own photo. Contabo we would like to avoid since we already have VPSs there, and I wasn't able to check prices at OVH ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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The server goes down on Monday morning.
Client opens a ticket.
This is the reply they got in Tuesday evening: "On weekdays we will try to get back to you within 24 hours. We usually have a longer response time over the weekend.
Tickets created friday afternoon might not be answered until monday. We are only humans and we like to relax over the
We will take a look at your server."
I think it's time to change hosting company.
Can anyone recommend a good VPS based in Europe? I was looking at Hetzner which has good opinions and prices, but after I signed up they want a scan of my passport… and I don't like the idea. The Swiss one I use now is good, but more expensive (12€ for 2GB/40GB), and I'd like to get more space 🤔
I wanted to take a moment to shout out Weingärtner IT (@markus), the company providing the hosting and maintenance for this instance. If you're thinking of running your own instance but don't want to deal with the technical side of things, I couldn't recommend them more.
Super fast service and more than reasonable pricing. Respond faster than the wind and always friendly and supportive.
So, I messed about with "The Cloud". And I really don't get the appeal. Regular dedicated and virtual servers are SO much cheaper and they do exactly the same things. And hoooly crap how they overengineered simple virtual machines.
Usually there are machines and there are images. That's it. But they turned it into this whole landscape of made-up terms and whatnot and made it so fucking complex you need another VM (the "shell") and probably an extra employee just to control the damn thing. And don't get me started on cloud storage, that's just FTP with extra steps!
I mean, I'm sure there are *some* applications where it's absolutely neccessary to basically have an (almost) infinitely powerful computer, *cough* NodeJS *cough* but I don't understand why it's so trendy. Just get a regular server guys. Don't want to mess with hard drive failures? Fine, get a virtual one then.
Gitea 推出了自己的 Cloud 版本：Gitea Cloud
Gitea 推出了 Gitea Cloud：「Gitea Cloud: A brand new platform for managed Gitea Instances」。
費用是 $19/user/mo 或是 $190/user/y，這個價位會對應到 GitHub 裡 Enterprise 等級的費用 ($21/user/mo 或是 $231/user/y
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The latest #WordPress 6.4 release improves server response time by ~4%.
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It's time to move servers and leave the dreaded SMR hard drive behind. I'm thinking of getting two small VPS at different providers instead of one big one just to have more toys to play with. Evil tongues would claim "to have more problems as well", but I don't listen to them.
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Salut les gens ! Un pote cherche un hébergement pour deux sites Web composés de pages statiques avec juste un micropouillème de JS dedans.
Des idées d'hébergement pas cher, genre sur Chaton ? Ils y en a qui font ça parmi les Chatons ?
Ou si tu connais des service pas chers, *** autres que OVH ! ***
Je n'ai pour le moment pas super envie de l'héberger sur mon Rasp... mais ça sera une solution si on ne trouve rien d'autre.
Merci d'avance ! ❤️
I'm looking for a domain registrar and hosting provider that isn't a big corporation to set up a #blog — just static files, nothing complex. Ideally, it should also provide TLS certificates with auto-renewal.
I've used #AWS in the past, but they don't meet the "non-big-corporation" requirement.
I keep thinking about making a personal #website independent from corporations like Medium and Substack.
People are doing this for free via services like Netlify, but I'm wondering if that's sustainable? Is paid #hosting more reliable, and if so, what's a reasonable price to expect to pay per month/year?
I don't have a tech background, so the back end of things isn't where I want to play. (1 of 2)
Goddammit, I need to bite the bullet at one point and move all my WordPress blogs and various other stuff away from my terribly expensive and slow host to something cheaper and faster at some point. I've known this for years, I just have this feeling that it will be a terrible hassle to keep all the databases and URLs working and stuff.
Can somebody reassure me that it won't? Any hosts that can do all that work for you to help you become a customer?
Does anyone have any recommendations for Wordpress Hosting? We're currently on DreamHost and our site has gone down several times over the last few months.
I've actually had good luck with GoDaddy in the past, which I know isn't a common experience. It's a medium complexity site with a wiki that will start with several 100 users, but will hopefully grow from there. Looking for better up time, good speeds, prompt customer service, and user friendly UI.
There is absolutely no need for this whole "Do it yourself" in terms of hosting a Blog.
There are so many managed Solutions out there you can pay a bit more for that will gladly spare all the hassle about administration the whole thing.
Paying more it's the Point for me, because I don't like to pay for Stuff I can do myself. Doing it myself and learning something new along the Way, for the long run.
Amazon AWS will charge ~$3.6 for every IPv4 address, attached or unattached, starting Feb 1st, 2024.
Many PaaS companies based on AWS (which are most of them) will have to increase their prices big time.
I'm so glad I migrated all AWS projects to a sane IaaS years ago. Hopefully that will teach the industry a lesson or maybe just think the unthinkable: is there an Internet outside AWS?
I'm a bit scared of doing that, because I wouldn't know how to secure and maintain a #server.
What would be the equivalent of shared hosting but with push to git to deploy where I can run #JS/#Node functions? With 'equivalent' I mean that:
- They work similar enough to not really notice a difference after the first setup
- The costs are very low
- It doesn't have to scale infinitely
- I don't have to worry about security beyond what my functions do
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I want to deploy a light web/api backend.
For that, I'm looking for a Belgian dev-friendly webapp hosting provider using local datacenter, ideally that has an honest approach of energy and carbon footprint.
What would you advise? If you don't know, boost is very much appreciated too ;).
🤗 Learn from my mistakes:
Yesterday, I rushed into purchasing a MyPrepaidCenter Prepaid Card (MasterCard) without realizing that MyPrepaidCenter was the provider. My haste caused me to overlook important details.
Later, I attempted to use the card on Namesilo, which resulted in my account being temporarily disabled. Thankfully, Namesilo quickly reinstated my account after I contacted them and explained the issue.
Subsequently, I tried to buy a domain from Porkbun, but the card was not accepted by Stripe.
I later discovered on Reddit that MyPrepaidCenter's fraud detection system is overly sensitive and often doesn't work reliably. The workaround, as many users have suggested, is to purchase Amazon gift cards with MyPrepaidCenter prepaid cards.
Fortunately, my card had a balance of only $5, and Namesilo understood the situation, reinstating my account promptly. Otherwise, I could have lost $20 and access to our Pixelfed instance, NixOrigin's domain (nixorigin.one), which could have seriously damaged my reputation.
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Asking again about web #hosting #WebHosting who do you recommend for a US business website? I have a bunch of sites on DreamHost that I’ve been meaning to move elsewhere, since DH refuses to drop the fash/terf/hate sites they #host. My main needs are fast loading, high uptime guarantee, and some sort of ethics policy.
Boosts welcome, please!
Where is the best place to get a reliable affordable and #renewable energy powered one-click install of Elastic Search? 🙏
Thanks so much in advance!
Problem mit Google-Crawlern: Strato-Kunden hatten tagelang Ärger
Websites von Strato-Kunden flogen aus Google raus oder kamen gar nicht erst rein. Was der Webhoster zu den Problemen sagt und wie der aktuelle Stand ist.
🔗 Nginx Unit with Laravel and PHP
#php #laravel #hosting
Took a journey to find a free static hosting solution that includes some simple server-side analytics stats. Used github pages for years (no stats), but finally looking to replace the client-side JS analytics piece...
Was surprised to find that the simplest (and maybe only?) solution was through Cloudflare(!) using Pages (https://pages.cloudflare.com/) with DNS (https://developers.cloudflare.com/analytics/account-and-zone-analytics/zone-analytics/#free-plan)
Only 24 hours notice. That's incredibly brutal. Wow.