[CentralOH] WSGI Friendly Hosting
issac.kelly at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 17:17:04 CET 2011
No matter where you are, you need 1 static IP address per SSL certificate,
your certicicate can cover either one fully qualified domain (x.you.com, or
you.com) OR a much more costly wildcard SSL *.you.com
$4/mo is about the standard, Rackspace will do it for $3/mo last I checked,
but you're going to be managing everything about your server there (it's a
VPS, not managed hosting) and it starts @ $9/mo.
Sometime in the future the tech will be available for this not to be such a
pain, but that's just the way it is right now.
On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 7:33 AM, Mark Erbaugh <mark at microenh.com> wrote:
> I'm looking for suggestions for an online hosting service that supports
> WSGI, shell accounts and wildcard domain (i.e. *.microenh.com) HTTPS.
> I've been using Dreamhost for several years and I'm pleased with them.
> While it's labeled 'experimental', I've been running a couple of small
> Pyramid-based (WSGI) websites and they seem to work. My problem is HTTPS.
> According to the Dreamhost docs, to add HTTPS, I need to obtain a static
> IP address from them which is $4/month additional. Currently, my monthly
> bill is only $8/month, so that's a 50% increase. Also, the HTTPS would only
> apply to one domain. I currently run several websites using a sub domain
> and it looks like I'd have to get static IP addresses for each of them
> (another $4/month) if I wanted HTTPS.
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