I am looking for companies hosting websites developed in Python 3 and CherryPy. Webfaction looks good, but it is limited to Linux servers, and my site has been designed and tested under Windows. Can anyone summarise (or point me to) the changes I will have to make to my code in order to get it to run under Linux?
I guess if I want to keep my code unchanged I may have to go for a VPS (virtual private server). I will have more control over what I install, but it's a lot more expensive. Has anyone had any experience of this setup with Python?
Many thanks, Alan Harris-Reid
You can buy inexpensive VPS hosting and configure it the way you like, Python and all. This way is preferable if you want to tweak other parts of the stack later, e.g. switch to a different WSGI implementation.
Also you can use Amazon EC2 similarly, as @meimimo suggests; it is free to start.
The content is written by members of the stackoverflow.com community.
It is licensed under cc-wiki