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octohost vs Shelly Cloud: What are the differences?

octohost: Simple web focused Dockerfile based PaaS server. octohost helps you host any web site by adding a Dockerfile to your app's source repository; Shelly Cloud: Platform for hosting your Ruby and Rails apps (hosted in Europe). Shelly Cloud is significantly cheaper than other PaaS hosting providers. You save money by getting all services needed to run your application from one provider. We run our own servers, so there is no "Amazon tax" included in our prices. You pay only for what you use with per-hour metered billing.

octohost and Shelly Cloud can be categorized as "Platform as a Service" tools.

Some of the features offered by octohost are:

  • Uses Dockerfiles rather than Procfiles
  • More than 10 languages supported already, and many frameworks
  • Support for Amazon, Digital Ocean, Rackspace

On the other hand, Shelly Cloud provides the following key features:

  • Designed for Ruby and Rails
  • Git-based workflow
  • Easy scaling

octohost is an open source tool with 444 GitHub stars and 32 GitHub forks. Here's a link to octohost's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of octohost
Pros of Shelly Cloud
  • 2
    Integrated with consul
  • 1
    Hosts lots of different web applications.
  • 5
    Easy deployment
  • 5
    Simple scaling
  • 4
    Huge time-saver
  • 4
    Low devops skills required
  • 4
    Easy setup
  • 3
    git deployments
  • 3
    Great customer support
  • 2
    Beginner friendly

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What is octohost?

octohost helps you host any web site by adding a Dockerfile to your app's source repository.

What is Shelly Cloud?

Shelly Cloud is significantly cheaper than other PaaS hosting providers. You save money by getting all services needed to run your application from one provider. We run our own servers, so there is no "Amazon tax" included in our prices. You pay only for what you use with per-hour metered billing.

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