[OT] Opinions about On-Rev

Luis luis at anachreon.co.uk
Fri Apr 17 10:02:41 EDT 2009


On-Rev has PostgreSQL and MySQL: Will Valentina be up there too?...



On 17 Apr 2009, at 14:54, Lynn Fredricks wrote:

>> I know that a few here recommend Dreamhost. At the moment the
>> only deficiencies that I've noted from a quick scan is that
>> on-Rev doesn't list QuickTime/RealAudio support, but I get
>> the impression that such holes will be filled rapidly.
>> I'm probably not the prime target for on-Rev, but I don't
>> consider myself the prime target for Revolution either. I
>> love Rev and I can see that if on-Rev can minimise the need
>> for PHP, CGI and javascript knowledge, I could really enjoy
>> working in on-Rev as well.
> Hi Kay,
> I work with a number of providers, and use Dreamhost along with  
> several
> others. Dreamhost is sort of like buying your flour in bulk at  
> WinCo - its
> really cheap and there's plenty of stuff you get for your  buck. On  
> the
> other hand, you cannot depend on great bandwidth at all times, and  
> they have
> some other limitations as well.
> They do have one click installs that cover a wide range of uses - for
> example, Im involved in a number of Joomla based projects and  
> that's really
> simple to set up on dreamhost. You can also have an unlimited  
> number of
> sites.
> On the other hand, I think its very problematic that they will ever  
> go out
> of their way to support Revolution, and they will never be the  
> experts at
> Revolution that Runtime will.
> Best regards,
> Lynn Fredricks
> President
> Paradigma Software
> http://www.paradigmasoft.com
> Valentina SQL Server: The Ultra-fast, Royalty Free Database Server
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