We are happy to announce support for installing Cloudron on RoseHosting.com.
RoseHosting was the first and only web hosting company in the world to offer commercial Linux virtual servers back in 2001. See how their site looked back in the days by clicking here. Virtual servers have come a long way since that day and with Cloudron, we strive to bring them to the front for anyone, not just technically savvy people. RoseHosting's vision of becoming a leading provider of business and personal web hosting solutions lines up perfectly with our vision to enable those groups to run web services on their own terms.
All virtual servers are fully managed, including support for any aspect of using/configuring the server and the software installed. The instances come with fast SSD drives, which greatly boost the performance when using a Cloudron and enables you to run even more apps in parallel, thanks to fast swap memory support. RoseHosting plans also come with full weekly backups of the whole server. This nicely complements the Cloudron backup story, which has daily per app backup and restore, but the wholesome server level backups additionally ensures that there is always a way to get your services back online fast. Read more about features here.
With only a few steps, you can quickly get up and running with Cloudron on a RoseHosting server. Simply order the VPS instance of your choice and select the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS OS Template. Once the server is up and running, connect via SSH using the credentials shown in the instance details.
From this point on, installing the Cloudron platform is a matter of running those commands in the remote terminal:
wget https://cloudron.io/cloudron-setup chmod +x ./cloudron-setup ./cloudron-setup --provider rosehosting
Once finished, open your browser and visit the server by its IP address, accept the temporary self-signed certificate, and proceed with the Cloudron domain configuration.