84 votesAdminCloudways (Admin, Cloudways) responded
After analysing feasibility we have decided to drop this option by now. We are not experts in node.js, there are far too many full-stacks to be able to focus on one and the changes/efforts that we would need to do to adapt our platform are too big compared to the limited market we currently have for node.js.
That said, surely it is something that we may reconsider in the future.
Thanks to all for your feedback.
@cloudways has your position evolved about nodejs ?
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95 votesAdminCloudways (Admin, Cloudways) responded
Can any of the supporters please give some scope on what you would like to see implemented when it comes to supporting support?
- Do you want to be able to launch containers, let Cloudways deploy your preferred app on top of a container (i.e. wordpress) and manage it like you do with other apps in normal virtual machines on Digital Ocean or Vultr?
- Or you want to be able to deploy your own docker images with your application on top of infrastructure (be it a VMs, a physical host …) that we make available to you?
- Or something else?
It will help set our mind related to this. We are discussing options internally, one being adding a container (over physical hardware) infrastructure provider over which you could deploy/manage your applications like done now.
- deploy own docker
- wrap what you git deploy into a docker
+1 for postgreSQL