One of the things to consider is that hosting Zope itself is very 
easy. Take a look at a company like where you can get a 
dedicated box for like $255 a month (600 MHZ, 20 GB Drive, 128 MB of 
RAM, RH Linux 7.0). They watch the hardware and you keep Zope up 
(which is not hard at all).

That configuration will also handle a LOT of traffic. Upgrade as you need to.


At 1:41 PM -0500 1/22/01, Ausum wrote:
>The first time I wanted to host at an enterprise level it wasn't very
>hard. I just went for HighWay becasue it was said at that time, that it
>was one of the finest hosting providers. After a short term it was
>bought by Verio and now Verio itself it's owned by the largest japanese
>telco. (For every potencial hosting customer -specially for one who
>doesn't live at the provider's country- it is quite important to get to
>know who the hosting company is, and how big their assets are.)
>I don't know much about the companies currently offering Zope, but I
>would like to suggest that Digital Creations cobrands all of them who
>want it to, after an evaluation process by its own staff.
>I can foresee a big Zope's spreading when DC decides to get involved
>with its derived hosting providers community at a cobranding level.
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