[Chicago] OT Dedicate Server

jason gessner jason at multiply.org
Fri Apr 11 03:05:20 CEST 2008

what s it about SAS-70 that is appealing to you?  SAS-70 is basically
a company saying, "These are the rules that we follow.  Here __BIG
EXPENSIVE AUDITORS__, come in and see if we match the rules that we
made for ourselves."

I'm not saying it is a joke but it is certainly an interesting 'standard'.


On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 7:49 PM, Brian Ray <bray at sent.com> wrote:
> Sorry if this is off topic. I recall others on this list who have
>  helped me immensely with these issues in the past.
>  I am looking for a dedicated server provider who is SAS-70 to host a
>  some new commercial Python apps. My budget is 100-300/month.  I am not
>  moving my current hosting at RIMU, but this is an addition.
>  I have used Rackspace. It sounds like they are not in my price range
>  for SAS-70.  I just now found Server Path, looks like they may work.
>  Typically, I do not really need much *manage* services because I do
>  most of this myself.
>  I am planning on a Django / Apache2 / mod_python / Python2.5 /
>  PostgreSQL / RedHat ES application. It also has some custom Python
>  modules that where we SWIG some C++ code.   We write most our code on
>  Mac OSX or Windows. Administratively, we sometime use Webmin, but
>  mostly just SSH for configuration changes, deployment, and upgrades.
>  Its been a while (3 years or so) since I have been in a need for a new
>  dedicated server. Does anyone have any recommendations on hosting or
>  my configuration changes? I want to focus on security and a data
>  center where my clients will feel comfortable with on paper.  One area
>  where I am on the fence, besides the data center, is the choice of OS.
>  I do not really use any RedHat specific features. Is there any reason
>  I should not move to FreeBSD or CentOS?
>  Brian Ray
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