[SASAG] Seattle Hosting Recomendation

tres at apollonian.net tres at apollonian.net
Wed Jan 31 22:18:45 PST 2007


If you're running a non-profit, check out The Seattle Community  
Colocation Project:

http://www.seaccp.org/

The following providers in the Westin building are reputable and can  
meet your needs how ever big they become:

http://peer1.com
http://www.fibercloud.com/ (Fibercloud has space on the east side as  
well)


Wowrack works hard for your business. KVM over IP comes with your  
colocation (which isn't the case at most places):
http://www.wowrack.com



On Jan 31, 2007, at 9:44 AM, Atom Powers wrote:

> I know this has come up before, but now I'm interested: What/Who would
> you recommend for a hosting provider in the greater Seattle area?
>
> I need 1-3 RU of space, I'll provide my own server, and I have no idea
> what my bandwidth requirements will be (but probably pretty low
> initially).
>
> Cost is obviously a factor, as is accessibility because I'll have to
> visit my server once in a while to cycle backup media. (Which means
> East-side is better.) I'm not terribly concerned about
> disaster-survivability, but it doesn't hurt.
>
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