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What webhosting company do you recommend for hosting a community?
I'm starting a community, so I'm gonna have alot of trafic, and I'm gonna need alot of space for profile pictures etc.
The web hosting need to support ASP.NET applications. What webhost company do you reccomend for such a project?
for forum i would recommend you to use ssd hosting. but how much your budget? and how much traffic you expect in 3 month?
I would recommend you to go for a Windows VPS with good enough ram to support ASP.NET well. With a 2 GB of ram would be enough to kick start and can be upgraded as your resources utilization on VPS.
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I doubt you would have a lot of traffic when you're "starting a community", why don't you just start small and scale as you need? Growing a community is not very easy and often needs a lot of time.
Originally Posted by jenskvist
Perhaps look at a provider where you pay per use. Since your community will start out small, you won't be paying a lot. Use someone that can easily scale up as you need.
Perhaps Microsoft's Azure or Amazon AWS?
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