Try http://www.rackspace.com.

You can start off with a 600 MHz, 128 MB Ram, 30 GB EIDE drive for about
$300 a month. They have great support and bandwidth and claim to be the
largest installed base of RH Linux. They also scale pretty well. I have
about 10 boxes with them for about year now.

Cheers,
J

> From: Paul Winkler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 15:15:51 -0400
> To: Zope mailing list <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: [Zope] Hosting?
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I'm wondering if anyone can recommend a commercial Zope
> hosting service for me.
> I've looked at the resources page on zope.org, and I have a
> couple feelers out, but I'd like to ask the community for
> recommendations as well.
> 
> Requirements:
> 
> I need a system that can handle a potentially very heavy
> load, though at first it will be quite small - we're a
> startup and have no customers yet.
> 
> Location: We're in the northeast USA and most of our users
> will probably be in the US as well, so I'd prefer a service
> in North America.
> 
> Zope: 2.2 at least, and access to install new products and
> external methods.
> I'm currently on codeit.com, but they have zope 2.1 and I
> need zope >= 2.2 so I can use my custom product derived from
> PTK 0.9.
> 
> Storage: We're doing things with digital images - *big* ones
> - so we need to start at about 100 MB and will need to grow;
> we'll be storing a *lot* of data for our users.  Eventually
> (probably not until later in 2001) we'll need MUCH more -
> possibly up to 1 GB eventually. (Beyond that point we will
> probably just rent a server at rackspace.com or somewhere
> but first we need to be able to develop a big enough
> customer base to pay for it.)
> 
> Data transfer: Several times greater than storage. Users
> will upload large files which we will then download to our
> local network, so that's at least 2x our storage needs, plus
> there's the transfer involved in just using the site.
> 
> Pricing: since our storage requirements will be continually
> growing, I'd like a payment plan that enables us to pay for
> the storage we need and add more as needed.
> 
> -- 
> .................    paul winkler    ..................
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