Hosting for Meteor

#1

hello everyone!

I found http://waveshosting.com, A cloud application that allow you to connects your AWS accounts to manage and deploy meteor apps.

Already have three apps running and it realy cool to deploy a new version through his dashborad or his cli typing “waves deploy” also easy to set up a load balancer, ssl certificate or simple restart your app.
It’s free for one app and their have a coupon to get 3 month of 50% off for his unlimited version

here an article for more details

cheerio!

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#2

Looks interesting.

Any idea how it handles deploying one app to multiple regions?

#3

Duplicate of: Easy AWS Hosting for Meteor

#4

Can it host Meteor apps on Beanstalk for auto scaling features?

#5

Yes!

Ask on the intercom chat if you need help

#6

You can deploy on any AWS region you want

#7

Thanks will take a look.

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#8

What I’m asking for is if I have to create new app in each of the desired regions or if I create an app and then select the regions, etc. and hence have one deploy command that then gets it to all containers across globe.
Right now with Galaxy if I want to update my app I have to deploy to all regions individually. I’m looking for something that simplifies this in similar way as MongoDB Atlas.

#9

Oh, I understand. Right now it does not has support for multi-region apps.

#10

That was the term I was looking for! :laughing:

That is the killer feature I’m looking for, but I do admit that it is way advanced (MongoDB Atlas makes it look way too easy). I don’t recall any app hosting service having that, but admittedly I haven’t looked too much outside of Galaxy.

#11

You could create a script that does that job.

#!/bin/sh

waves deploy myapp-us-east
waves deploy myapp-eu-east

It would be slower but it does the job.

Also it’s possible to route different regions using Route53 (DNS).

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