[Flask] choosing a deployment for a web app
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
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
> Looking forward to hearing some responses.
> (learning web development with Flask, :+1: for the awesome tool.)
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