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  1. A GitHub clone built in go that you run offline, 100% free & open source.
  2. Meteor hosting (maybe from the folks who make orion?). Spanish probably. Starts from $15/month. Doesn't include mongo.
  3. The cheapest brand from OVH for dedicated servers.
  4. An elastic search as a service provider with support for Frankfurt and Ireland, $25/mth per GB of memory. Looks like the cheapest, and one of the few in Frankfurt.
  5. Free service, point the A record of any domain to 174.129.25.170 and they'll return a 301 to the www. version of the domain. Genius. Handy.
  6. Cheap server reseller with 100 locations worldwide. Some reasonably cheap deals in the UK, at least, the cheapest servers I could find.
  7. Cloud hosting, bit pricey, can be configured ram / disk / cpu / etc. Works out twice as expensive as Linode. Arguably has a more "enterprise" featureset.
  8. Free dynamic dns provider with a simple (albeit not so elegant) API and so on. Supports the dyndns2 protocol, which means plenty of clients should be available.
  9. Very useful page which documents what the various zabbix items actually mean. Invaluable.
  10. Useful article covering how to create an upstart script for nodejs, also applies to coffeescript. I didn't use this one so much, I used the other one, but this has some other useful info.
  11. Handy article covering how to create an upstart script for nodejs, also applies to coffeescript.
  12. PaaS offering for a wide range of platforms, free up to 8 servers, 2G of ram, 100M database. Supports, PHP, Node.js and more.
  13. PaaS offering for Node.js. Based on units called "drones". Starts at $3/month for a single drone, free for open source projects.
  14. Yet another monitoring app. Copper Egg combines real user monitoring, generic metric logging, server monitoring and maybe other stuff(?) into one application. Pricing starts at $19/month. Not unreasonable.
  15. Really useful site with some outrageously cheap VPS deals. Very useful, well organised, no search / filters, but offers expire I guess, so reading a few pages is ok.
  16. Hosted WordPress service which includes an affiliate program that pays 20% for the lifetime of the account, plans start from $10/month.
  17. A site that apparently compares the "speed" of magento hosting providers. Dubious without further research.
  18. An article on how to run magento in "the cloud". Includes a split admin / front end severs. Useful.
  19. Very simple guide to using ufw to create firewall rules. `ufw allow ssh/tcp && ufw allow http/tcp && ufw allow https/tcp && ufw enable && ufw status` done. :-)
  20. Very useful walkthrough on setting up munin to monitor Varnish. Explains how to install and configure munin, which is very simple and very valuable.
  21. Excellent article describing in depth how to have PHP store session data in memcached and the differences between the memcache and memcached implementations in PHP. Very useful.
  22. YSlow rules for optimising web performance from the Yahoo Developer Network. 34 rules that make sites faster. Very useful reading.
  23. Interesting article comparing Rackspace and AWS performance when applying high frequency trading strategies against 10 years of archive data. Rackspace io kicks ass, CPU slightly ahead.
  24. On premises cloud computing platform, with an open source angle. Don't fully understand it.
  25. A platform to manage cloud computing resources, deployments, and so on. Essentially a simplified front end for AWS as far as I can make out.

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