[melbourne-pug] First meeting for 2010 next week!
nick.mellor.groups at pobox.com
Wed Feb 10 05:52:39 CET 2010
Thanks Rasjid, good point: no, it doesn't have to be in Australia, though it
would be nice to give an Australian company the business.
Do you think 512K RAM would be enough for an Australian subset of open
street mapping (OSM) running on PostGIS? If you have experience I'd be keen
to hear it.
From: melbourne-pug-bounces+nick.mellor.groups=pobox.com at python.org
[mailto:melbourne-pug-bounces+nick.mellor.groups=pobox.com at python.org] On
Behalf Of Rasjid Wilcox
Sent: Wednesday, 27 January 2010 11:38 AM
To: Melbourne Python Users Group
Subject: Re: [melbourne-pug] First meeting for 2010 next week!
Nick Mellor wrote:
> Wondering if any of you have a tip for a good
> Python/Django/PostgreSQL/PostGIS-enabled server (a virtual server setup
> would do) that I could buy space and cycles on? Or, if I were to run my
> server, somewhere in Melbourne I could hook it up to the Internet for a
> reasonable price? (Broadband out here in Newstead isn't up to the job of
> hosting a GIS server, or indeed any web server.)
Did you need the server (virtual or otherwise) to actually be in
Australia? If you are okay with the US, at ServerAxis
(http://www.serveraxis.com/) you can get a virtual linux server with
512MB ram for as little as USD$15 per month. Or if you are happy to pay
a bit more for a great control panel and great support, I can recommend
Maybe someone else can suggest Australian options....
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