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Webhost with Docker

It's there a cheap web host with Docker capabilities? I found a code I want to test from GitHub but it requires to install stuff via Docker commands...
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You can sign up for oracle free tier, their VPS can run docker but you'll need to be linux familiar to set it up.
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the oracle VPS is such a sht show with their overly complicated firewall setup
RAINMAN0 wrote: You can sign up for oracle free tier, their VPS can run docker but you'll need to be linux familiar to set it up.
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sexyj wrote: the oracle VPS is such a sht show with their overly complicated firewall setup
That is true. Just open it up to everything and control it via the VPS like any other provider though. But I agree, its overly complicated.
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You can setup Docker locally if the test(s) you want to do are locally and save your money. I had an extra old i3 that I just threw Ubuntu on and installed Docker. Grab a GUI like portainer if you aren't confident in command line or lazy like me. I've had hassio and many other images from https://hub.docker.com/u/linuxserver installed for months for testing purposes.
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Anyone know of a docker/compute engine that will provide 2/4GB memory for $5/month? My storage and bandwidth needs are low. 10GB and 1GB/month.
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rf134a wrote: Anyone know of a docker/compute engine that will provide 2/4GB memory for $5/month? My storage and bandwidth needs are low. 10GB and 1GB/month.
well, memory is expensive. And disk space, not so much.

You could make a swap disk to act as memory. Especially if your disk is quick, it works very well.

I know Vultr's "high frequency compute" has fast NVME disks, so you could grab the 6$ 1gb instance.

Then add a 6gb or so swap disk, or whatever size you want.
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