Ruby on Rails Hosting with eApps
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eApps prides themselves on being a high value provider of managed hosting.eApps Hosting offers Ruby on Rails hosting in a Xen Virtual Machine, running on the most advanced Cloud platform available, with root access and a private instance of all services. providing a secure, insulated hosting environment which allows full root access control to the user is what eApps is ...show more »

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eApps Hosting Plans that Support Ruby on Rails

Create-a-Cloud 256 (Cloud) Hosting

  • 8 GB Disk
  • 50 GB Bandwidth
  • Passenger Hosting
  • Mongrel Hosting

Create-a-Cloud 512 (Cloud) Hosting

  • 15 GB Disk
  • 100 GB Bandwidth
  • Passenger Hosting
  • Mongrel Hosting

Create-a-Cloud 1024 (Cloud) Hosting

  • 25 GB Disk
  • 150 GB Bandwidth
  • Passenger Hosting
  • Mongrel Hosting

Create-a-Cloud 2048 (Cloud) Hosting

  • 50 GB Disk
  • 300 GB Bandwidth
  • Passenger Hosting
  • Mongrel Hosting

Create-a-Cloud 4096 (Cloud) Hosting

  • 100 GB Disk
  • 600 GB Bandwidth
  • Passenger Hosting
  • Mongrel Hosting

eApps Reviews



From eApps's own site: "eApps Hosting is a high value provider of managed hosting and related services for businesses and organizations throughout the world. We offer a high performance managed hosting environment for mission critical web sites and applications, with responsive and highly personalized service, at a reasonable price."

Positive Review
By: David at http://www.vistainter.com/reviews/E/eapps.com/

"A wonderful hosting experience! I've got over a dozen sites, as well as two Virtual Private Servers there, and I couldn't be more pleased. I agree with the fact it would be able to just purchase more memory for your server - rather then just upgrade to the next class...but that gripe is so small when you look at their prices. I would say that you should be Unix/Linux knowledgeable - but I do know some people with almost zero Unix experience that also love eapps!"

Positive Review
By: Ralph at http://www.vistainter.com/reviews/E/eapps.com/

"After 18 months, could not be more delighted. Previous four companies over seven years were all disasters by comparison. Highly recommend."

Positive Review
By: Nick at http://www.vistainter.com/reviews/E/eapps.com/

"Ive been using them for 3+ years and everythings been great. I sometimes have a few frustrating downtimes they say is a result of hardware failure and you have to call them to get them to fix it, but theyre pretty fast and way better than some others ive unfortunately worked with (canaca.com)"

Negative Review
By: Greg at http://www.hostsearch.com/review/eappscom_review.asp

"Reliability is not great, tech support are only any good for basic requirements and resetting a virtual box, billing and CP is very good, but servers are slow - they are cheap but you get what you pay for, it seems. "

Negative Review
By: John Yates at http://www.servlets.com/isps/servlet/ISPReviewView?id=186

"EApps had everything I wanted for hosting but the control panel was so slow and unresponsive it was veritably unusable. There was an average 10 - 40 second wait for each click, which means it would've taken hours to actually administrate the server using the CP. "

Negative Review
By: Bob at http://www.servlets.com/isps/servlet/ISPReviewView?id=186

"After just two weeks on eapps I am searching for a new hosting company. As a freelance developer I have dealt with countless hosting companies, and I have never been so frustrated as I am with this one. Yes, they offer the world, but their support is so astonishingly bad that it seems as if they are actually trying to deliver poor service. The comments about how slow the CP is are not exaggerated. I have a broadband connection and literally timed out on more than one occaision trying to go from one section of the CP to another. As a PHP developer who is just getting into JSP and servlets, I can't think of a worse experience. My favorite support example, this isn't java related but it shows what you are up against there... When they did the apache / php installations they neglected to enable track_vars. I have never, ever, seen a php installation without this enabled. Without track_vars you cannot send form data to a php script. All post variables are invisible to your php code. Easy enough to fix (php.ini) if you are running as a cgi, but a bit of a problem if you are running php as mod. My first dealings with support on this issue consisted of being asked over and over if I had read their one page apache manual. Finally, today, I dealt with someone who had a different answer. I was told that the only way to fix this would be to go in through the Linux shell and reconfigure. When I responded that I'm not familiar enough with my Linux to go tossing about the shell of a VPS the response was "well, you really should learn Linux". That was the extent of the support. "Well, you really should learn Linux". "