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Web host company recommendations
#1
Hello,

I'm not finding much info here on web hosting companies known for their strong support of python websites. Have I missed the discussion?

My current web host is only apache/php and I'm about to pull the trigger on switching the HostwithLove.com but I'd like some opinions first if there's a better, python-focused, choice for shared hosting.

Thanks,
Phil
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#2
I'm on WebFaction. I didn't go there for Python, but I have run a Python application on it with no problems (trac).

I would avoid anything associated with BlueHost no matter what.
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#3
Thanks <:
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#4
+1 to Webfaction. The forum uses Digital Ocean.
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#5
tHANKS FOR THE RECOMMENDATIONS. I'm going to try HostWithLove.com and see how it goes. I've written them and they support Python, although not so mush with tech calls. But the price and services were right, they gave me a free year with a coupon code discount for life (thank you Honey) and threw in a free dedicated IP address.
Thus far, not bad for $96 for 3 years.
I let you know how it goes <:
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#6
I'm using godaddy more than one year. It's little bit expensive but works well
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#7
I used GoDaddy for my business for many years (up until I sold it, over 10 years), I continued to use it after I retired,
until last year when I saw this huge charge on my bank account over 500% greater than the previous year.
I now use HostGator (about six months now), and have no complaints so far, 0 downtime, very inexpensive $6 per month.
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#8
Digital Ocean is what i use,Python friendly.
Can run several Droplets(server) at once,so i have tested with several Flask app and Django app running at same time.
They have good tutorials eg How To Serve Flask Applications with Gunicorn and Nginx on Ubuntu 18.04
Gunicorn and Nginx is a very good combination.

Heruko is good for Python.

Not messing with server setup AWS Lambda
AWS Lambda Wrote:AWS Lambda lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers.
You pay only for the compute time you consume - there is no charge when your code is not running.
For Python setup is Zappa good.
zappa Wrote:Never Worry About Web Hosting Again
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#9
I've been on WebFaction, but they've been bought by GoDaddy, so now I guess I'll move to Digital Ocean. oh well
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