Elasticserch service providers


(Lgs) #1

I'm looking for advice about low cost service/cloud providers.
Which one would you recommend ? Are there some free plans ?

Beter stay on iaas or paas cloud services ?
Are there any saas or should be better staying just on a dedicated machine ?

Thank you in advance
Luca G. Soave


(Brandon Hilkert) #2

http://bonsai.io/home


https://saas.found.no/

All appear to be in beta. Some are tied to other PAAS platforms. We host
our own and if you have anyone familiar with ops, it a really easy process
to setup a self-healing cluster. We do that on EC2.

Hope this helps,
Brandon

On Monday, July 23, 2012 8:26:38 AM UTC-4, Luca G. Soave wrote:

I'm looking for advice about low cost service/cloud providers.
Which one would you recommend ? Are there some free plans ?

Beter stay on iaas or paas cloud services ?
Are there any saas or should be better staying just on a dedicated machine
?

Thank you in advance
Luca G. Soave


(Lgs) #3

Thanks for your advice*!

Luca

On Monday, July 23, 2012 7:34:38 PM UTC+2, Brandon Hilkert wrote:

http://bonsai.io/home
https://addons.heroku.com/searchbox
https://saas.found.no/

All appear to be in beta. Some are tied to other PAAS platforms. We host
our own and if you have anyone familiar with ops, it a really easy process
to setup a self-healing cluster. We do that on EC2.

Hope this helps,
Brandon

On Monday, July 23, 2012 8:26:38 AM UTC-4, Luca G. Soave wrote:

I'm looking for advice about low cost service/cloud providers.
Which one would you recommend ? Are there some free plans ?

Beter stay on iaas or paas cloud services ?
Are there any saas or should be better staying just on a dedicated
machine ?

Thank you in advance
Luca G. Soave


(ian mayo) #4

On Monday, 23 July 2012 13:26:38 UTC+1, Luca G. Soave wrote:

I'm looking for advice about low cost service/cloud providers.
Which one would you recommend ? Are there some free plans ?

I've been using the free package from Found.no for the last 3 months - to
allow my distributed developers to all work from the same instance.

The service has been reliable, and the company have been very responsive.
There was a URL mangling issue (multiple curly braces failing to get
through), but they fixed it promptly. No, it was better than that. THEY
FIXED IT WITHIN A MINUTE OF MY REPORTING IT. Now that's amazing :wink:

Ian


(ferhatsb) #5

Hi Luca,

I'm the founder of searchbox.io and our service is at beta status but
except being scalable enough to handle hundreds of millions it is reliable.

We are available on AppHarbor and Heroku but also it can be used
individually.

We are working hard to mature it and I would be happy to help you if you
would like to give it a try if our service fits your requirements. (You can
get lots of free goodies while we are in beta)

KR,

Ferhat SOBAY
ferhat@searchbox.io
www.searchbox.io

On Monday, July 23, 2012 3:26:38 PM UTC+3, Luca G. Soave wrote:

I'm looking for advice about low cost service/cloud providers.
Which one would you recommend ? Are there some free plans ?

Beter stay on iaas or paas cloud services ?
Are there any saas or should be better staying just on a dedicated machine
?

Thank you in advance
Luca G. Soave


(Nick Dunn) #6

Also:

https://www.indexdepot.com/en/

On Monday, July 23, 2012 1:26:38 PM UTC+1, Luca G. Soave wrote:

I'm looking for advice about low cost service/cloud providers.
Which one would you recommend ? Are there some free plans ?

Beter stay on iaas or paas cloud services ?
Are there any saas or should be better staying just on a dedicated machine
?

Thank you in advance
Luca G. Soave


(Lgs) #7

searchbox.io looks promising KR,
thanks for suggesting it ...

Keep on the good job
luca

On Tuesday, July 24, 2012 8:17:05 AM UTC+2, ferhatsb wrote:

Hi Luca,

I'm the founder of searchbox.io and our service is at beta status but
except being scalable enough to han

dle hundreds of millions it is reliable.

We are available on AppHarbor and Heroku but also it can be used
individually.

We are working hard to mature it and I would be happy to help you if you
would like to give it a try if our service fits your requirements. (You can
get lots of free goodies while we are in beta)

KR,

Ferhat SOBAY
ferhat@searchbox.io
www.searchbox.io

On Monday, July 23, 2012 3:26:38 PM UTC+3, Luca G. Soave wrote:

I'm looking for advice about low cost service/cloud providers.
Which one would you recommend ? Are there some free plans ?

Beter stay on iaas or paas cloud services ?
Are there any saas or should be better staying just on a dedicated
machine ?

Thank you in advance
Luca G. Soave


(Lgs) #8

I heard something good about that too, anyway, after some days I asked for
beta, nobody answered ...

On Tuesday, July 24, 2012 7:16:33 AM UTC+2, ian mayo wrote:

On Monday, 23 July 2012 13:26:38 UTC+1, Luca G. Soave wrote:

I'm looking for advice about low cost service/cloud providers.
Which one would you recommend ? Are there some free plans ?

I've been using the free package from Found.no for the last 3 months - to
allow my distributed developers to all work from the same instance.

The service has been reliable, and the company have been very responsive.
There was a URL mangling issue (multiple curly braces failing to get
through), but they fixed it promptly. No, it was better than that. THEY
FIXED IT WITHIN A MINUTE OF MY REPORTING IT. Now that's amazing :wink:

Ian


(Alex Brasetvik) #9

On Jul 25, 2012, at 00:07 , Luca G. Soave wrote:

I heard something good about that too, anyway, after some days I asked for beta, nobody answered …

Hey.

I work for Found.

Sorry about that. We've been seeing more demand than we have capacity to hand out for free now. We've also been behind on sending out updates, due to vacations.

We're expanding capacity soon, so we'll be in touch.

Regards,

Alex Brasetvik
Found IT A/S


(Ricardo Fiel) #10

Hi,

We're looking at this at the moment.

We've found a couple: searchly, found, bonsai.

Is there one you can recommend?

Our app is in AWS Europe, so having it there would be a big bonus point.

Thanks,
Ricardo

On Wednesday, July 25, 2012 11:30:12 AM UTC+1, Alex Brasetvik wrote:

On Jul 25, 2012, at 00:07 , Luca G. Soave wrote:

I heard something good about that too, anyway, after some days I asked
for beta, nobody answered …

Hey.

I work for Found.

Sorry about that. We've been seeing more demand than we have capacity to
hand out for free now. We've also been behind on sending out updates, due
to vacations.

We're expanding capacity soon, so we'll be in touch.

Regards,

Alex Brasetvik
Found IT A/S

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(Ivan Brusic) #11

qbox.io is another provider. I have never used any hosted providers, but I
have spoken to some Qbox developers and they seem really knowledgeable.
They are an official partner of Elasticsearch, but I do not think they have
hosting in AWS Europe.

Cheers,

Ivan

On Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 9:20 AM, Ricardo Fiel ricardo.fiel@rupeal.com
wrote:

Hi,

We're looking at this at the moment.

We've found a couple: searchly, found, bonsai.

Is there one you can recommend?

Our app is in AWS Europe, so having it there would be a big bonus point.

Thanks,
Ricardo

On Wednesday, July 25, 2012 11:30:12 AM UTC+1, Alex Brasetvik wrote:

On Jul 25, 2012, at 00:07 , Luca G. Soave wrote:

I heard something good about that too, anyway, after some days I asked
for beta, nobody answered …

Hey.

I work for Found.

Sorry about that. We've been seeing more demand than we have capacity to
hand out for free now. We've also been behind on sending out updates, due
to vacations.

We're expanding capacity soon, so we'll be in touch.

Regards,

Alex Brasetvik
Found IT A/S

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(Nick Zadrozny) #12

Hi Ricardo,

I'm a founder of Bonsai, and have been hosting search as a service since
2009, so am happy to answer whatever questions you might have. Most
providers on AWS will support the EU region (ourselves included). Happy to
follow up with more, either here or off-list.

On Mon, Aug 4, 2014 at 11:20 AM, Ricardo Fiel ricardo.fiel@rupeal.com
wrote:

Hi,

We're looking at this at the moment.

We've found a couple: searchly, found, bonsai.

Is there one you can recommend?

Our app is in AWS Europe, so having it there would be a big bonus point.

Thanks,
Ricardo

On Wednesday, July 25, 2012 11:30:12 AM UTC+1, Alex Brasetvik wrote:

On Jul 25, 2012, at 00:07 , Luca G. Soave wrote:

I heard something good about that too, anyway, after some days I asked
for beta, nobody answered …

Hey.

I work for Found.

Sorry about that. We've been seeing more demand than we have capacity to
hand out for free now. We've also been behind on sending out updates, due
to vacations.

We're expanding capacity soon, so we'll be in touch.

Regards,

Alex Brasetvik
Found IT A/S

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