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Managed CF hosting suggestions

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Jan 17, 2020 Jan 17, 2020

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I am looking for a Managed CF Cloud (Azure/AWS) Hosting company. So far I've only found one. Media3.net. 

Can anyone suggest one?

 

Thanks!

- Shawn

 

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Jan 17, 2020 Jan 17, 2020

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Shawn, there are. See my list of several CF hosting companies that I keep at my CF resource site, specifically athttps://www.cf411.com/cfhost. You'll see I mention one who offers AWS managed hosting (webapper), but you could assess the others to see if any offer Azure or AWS.

 

If you find that some do, and you share that here, that would help others who may come looking for that, and I would also add that info to my list. Hope it may help.


/Charlie (troubleshooter, carehart.org)

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The company I used to own still does some of this, Collective FLS previously Fig Leaf Software. I don't know if they're accepting new clients now. They're more focused on large clients with custom configurations, they don't offer typical "packaged" managed services. My question to you is, what exactly are you looking for? If you want managed services, what specifically do you want to get out of their being in AWS or Azure? The cloud lets you do a couple of things. One is simply to host infrastructure like you would on-premise. That wouldn't really provide any value-add if you're just using a managed service provider to handle everything for you. The other is to provide additional infrastructure that would be harder to do on-premise - things like geographical redundancy, certificate management, auto-scaling, and a whole bunch of other stuff. A managed service provider isn't going to do this sort of thing unless you specifically ask for it, and it's going to cost a lot more than just "hosting" in the cloud or on-premise. So, my advice to you would be to rethink your question and make it a lot more specific. If you have money to spend, you might hire an architect to figure out how to design your overall environment. That's a service I provide, so I'm sort of tooting my own horn here, but it is a valuable service whether you get it from your managed service provider or separately.

 

Dave Watts, Eidolon LLC

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