[Flask] choosing a deployment for a web app

Jonathan Chen tamasiaina at gmail.com
Thu Nov 12 13:22:47 EST 2015

Just a food for thought. You could also look into Google App Engine. Their
service is cheap and you could possibly be running in the free tier most of
the time.

~Jonathan C.

On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 9:54 AM, Kyle Lawlor <klawlor419 at gmail.com> wrote:

> So I have a web application that I think will have, at most, 20 users in a
> day. I can't imagine that more than 5 people would be using the application
> in a 15-20 minute range of each other.
> I have considered deployment with a few services; Heroku or AWS. I have
> looked into using VMware via Vagrant. I am at a point where I am not sure
> how choose the right service for my use case.
> The application deals with online ordering for a restaurant. At the moment
> I have a small database for storing user credentials for the restaurants
> order tracking UI. There are no particularly large tasks that happen, i.e.
> file uploads or sending out mass emails.
> Any guidance regarding a cheap, yet effective deployment for my
> application would be greatly appreciated. Fortunately I am doing this for a
> friends restaurant, so I have a testing ground. But the last thing I want
> is for users to have a bad experience, and think that my application sucks
> (obviously).
> Looking forward to hearing some responses.
> -Kyle
> (learning web development with Flask, :+1: for the awesome tool.)
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