I've been using Zettai.net for a while now and they've been pretty
good. They've got all the basic stuff for minimal cost on the "Shared"
plans. You can go with freezope.org, but I havent tried them, plus
they have a bunch of limitations being a free service. At Zettai you
get Mysql or Postgresql and on the Shared plans all the products are
setup so you just start up and start working.
While I like Zettai, I have recently started using Unixshell.com and
will be moving all my hosting there eventually. However, you have to
be able to do *all* your own Linux mangement. For me it's great
because of the full control I get (for cheap), but it might not be
good for newbies. Unixshell.com is not a Zope hosting provider, they
are a VPS service, so you can run your own Zope server. (BTW, they
are using Xen virtualization, and I am totally impressed!)
My 2 cents.
On 6/3/05, Dave Kuhlman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 03, 2005 at 08:13:15AM -0400, fs1 wrote:
> > Can someone recommend a zope enabled internet provider?
> > Frank
> Here are several you can look into:
> - http://www.objectis.org/
> - http://www.zettai.net/
> - http://www.python-hosting.com/
> Which is right for you depends on what capabilities your need:
> - High volume?
> - Access to the ZMI?
> - Ability to install Zope Products?
> - Ability to implement external methods?
> - Access to a relational database?
> - Etc.
> Some Zope hosting providers offer a range of plans at different
> costs and with different capabilities.
> And, you can also look in this list of resources:
> Also, of course, do a search for "zope hosting" in your favorite
> Web search tool.
> Dave Kuhlman
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