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  1. Meteor hosting (maybe from the folks who make orion?). Spanish probably. Starts from $15/month. Doesn't include mongo.
  2. The cheapest brand from OVH for dedicated servers.
  3. 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.
  4. Cheap server reseller with 100 locations worldwide. Some reasonably cheap deals in the UK, at least, the cheapest servers I could find.
  5. Salt is a little like Ansible I guess, new alternative to puppet|chef, neat, built on python, open source.
  6. Ansible looks like a newer, simpler puppet|chef. Uses ssh by default, which is pretty neat, well suited to things like ec2, getting machines up from the ground up. Python. Smart. Free.
  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. Mobile oriented alternative to SSH, handles connection roaming, updates the screen live waiting on backend. Interesting on crappy internet.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. Laptops, desktops and servers with Ubuntu pre-installed. Some beautiful machines on the desktop front, pretty standard heavy lifting on the laptop front, but reasonable price points.
  12. 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. :-)
  13. PHP cloud hosting. Very slick architecture. Custom managed EC2 nodes deployed behind varnish caches and nginx load balancers. Fairly reasonably priced.
  14. UK based hosting provider, includes a managed hosting offering. Hat tip Steve Kemp, he works for them.
  15. Pretty interesting hosting service that's pay as you go, where you pay only for what you use. Pricing starts near 1c per day. They also believe strongly in freedom of speech.
  16. Managed cloud computing. A slicehost server for about $50 is roughly equivalent to $113 with enki. Not outrageous for a managed service, depending on how deep the management goes.
  17. Managed VPS and dedicated server hosting from ServInt. They are carbon positive. Used by Scot Hacker at Birdhouse hosting.
  18. Elastix combines Asterisk, HylaFAX, Openfire and Postfix and others into a "unified communication server" that handles telephone calls, email, instant messaging, fax, and more.
  19. Hosting company from the same people as rsync.net. Reasonably priced, probably ultra reliable, and well suited for privacy, etc.
  20. fit-PC is a tiny, embedded system mini PC. Around $300 they can be used as dev servers and other handy little things.

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