Hosting for SocialEngine 4Let’s gather feedbacks for hosting of SocialEngine 4 based communities. Post only hosting you have used, include information about type (dedicate, VPS cloud or shared), memory information and URL if possible. No affiliate links, please.
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by Tom L about
We are on semi-dedicated plan with:
- 12 GB RAM
- 6 TB bandwith
- 750 HDD
With every plan it is included
- 100 GB offsite backup
- Free support for SocialEngine (upgrade help, module problem solving etc.)
- CDN support
You can check their offer here: https://www.hostiso.com/socialengine-hosting/
by Gaurav Sharma about
Optimized Socialengine Hosting from iPragmatech and Acenet Hosting is a turnkey solution that delivers an infrastructure honed to meet SocialEngine’s intense requirements. It uses proven, optimized and scalable infrastructure components to deliver unsurpassed performance and reliability.
by Tuan Trieu about
I am using Arvise business plan (sharing hosting, but limited client) costly me 25$ monthly. The host has fully cpanel with many free tools and applications such as SEO,...I have not faced any big problem until now. My community now have 17 plugins and over 500 members at www.aquanetviet.org. Thank you.
by Clive Rudd about
I started with a VPS and had some serious pain moving from one VPS to another as my community started to grow. After 1 k users the VPS setup was not good enouth. We have now 8 k users and we have moved to Rackspace cloud. Things are much better now, but we had to ask for help from iPragmatch to speed up SE. This included installing Nginx as a reverse proxy, replacing MySQL for MariaDB, installing and configuring XCache, etc. We publish registered users on our front page, you dont need log in or register to see the basic stats. Our community is in LaCubanada.com
by Jam Online about
I currently use Godaddy's VPS service its $59.99 a month. It comes with a cpanel. I'm currently running a SE3 and it has 10 plugins. So far there are 430 members on my site and I hope to have 1,000 by march. I haven't checked to see how many people can be on it at once. However, one day the site had a flood of traffic where about 50 new users signed up at once. The site ran slowly and was down for a while and then came back up. It works okay but I am exploring other options because I'm not sure about its capacity.
by The Meister Glenn aboutI've been using Burst.NET for 3 years now. Good service and so far I've no issues with them. I'm paying $140 monthly for an i5 quad core 3.1 GHz with 8GB DDR3 RAM, 1TB space and 5TB monthly bandwidth over a 100Mbps port, a CENTOS 6 64 bit operating system and running on cPanel/WHM. As of right now, I have yet to test a live SE install as mostly my SE install has been a glorified dev install, but I'm also running a couple of wordpress installs with a zenphoto gallery which is generating the most traffic. However, last year I ran SE4 and never had any problems with the speed and had 20-30 users at the same time. Most of the plugins are from Webligo with the exception of the Suggestions plugin from SocialEngineAddons and the SocialDNA plugin from SEmods. Right now I will have a PHPFox install and will do a side by side benchmarking test.
by Burrito Loco aboutI'm using wiredtree. Decent specs for the price but they're not familiar with SE.
by Eugene aboutLinode.com we currently use it to host our demos (one of them is webhiveteam.com/demo4/ ). It’s on a lowest plan (VPS with 512mb), but it works faster than most of VPS our clients use. The only con is that it goes without any cpanel or administration. All you get is a console and nice tutorials how to setup server, database and php. slicehost.com pretty similar hosting however we have moved from it, because got an feeling that it’s not developing.