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Web hosting options for Ruby on Rails applications

Hi,

We're looking for a good Ruby on Rails hosting. Basically we need the following features:

  • Unlimited disk space and monthly bandwidth
  • Unlimited domains
  • Full SSH access
  • Support various versions of Rails (2.3.8 and 3.0 for ex.)
  • Passenger and capistrano deployment support
  • EXCELLENT client support: We're new at Ruby on Rails, so currently we have several problems when deploying rails app. Our current hosting (RailsPlayground) offers awesome support, but we are looking for a new one because of the disk space and bandwidth limits.
  • A nice panel (cPanel or similar).
  • Basically we need to focus on application development and not worry too much about deployment and related stuff.
  • Fair price

We need a truly Ruby on Rails hosting, with people that have expertise in deploying and hosting Rails apps., not just a normal hosting that someday decided to install ruby and rails just to support it, if you know what I mean.

We don't need high performance, we need to host several rails applications. If one application is getting lots of traffic and needs better performance, then we'll move it to a VPS or some high-scalable and performance hosting.

I'll create some answers with a few hostings that I've been recommended. Please feel free to vote and add comments about them or reply with another.

Thanks!

marked as duplicate by John Conde Jan 26 '11 at 18:30

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  • I would suggest contributing to this listing over at webmasters.stackexchange.com – Shaun Jan 26 '11 at 17:24
  • Oh ok, I had the feeling this was not the right place to post this. Thanks. Vote for close it – emzero Jan 26 '11 at 17:48

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