[postgis-users] Server Question
Javier de la Torre
jatorre at vizzuality.com
Mon Mar 12 08:45:06 PDT 2012
You can take a look at our cloud service www.cartodb.com.
It runs on top of postgis 2.0 already. Dedicated instances can provide direct access to the database. Dedicated instances have around 16GB of RAM and very fast disks.
On top of what data you would like to do the geocoding?
On 12/03/2012, at 11:36, Greg Militello <junk at thinkof.net> wrote:
> I have not seen much support for PostgreSQL in the cloud. For some reason the cloud offerings tend to say things like "it may be offered soon" and then only offer MySQL. If the cloud offering allows you to build your own software you should be okay.
> As for performance, it depends on your needs. "Serious geocoding" is a bit vague. Its something you will likely have to play with a bit before you can come to any conclusions.
> I have been playing around with Pagodabox a bit, they seem like they can scale as much as I could need, but lack PostgreSQL support of any kind (So postgis is also out).
> On Mar 12, 2012, at 11:27 AM, Eric Aspengren wrote:
>> I have a couple of questions about getting some server space on the cloud.
>> 1) anybody have any luck with this?
>> 2) are the servers fast enough to do serious geocoding and such?
>> 3) any recommendations?
>> 4) what about PostGIS 2.0? anybody planning to support that/already supporting the Beta?
>> Eric Aspengren
>> (402) 478-VOTE
>> ericaspen at gmail.com
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