[ajug-members] Open source content management systems?
angus.berry at elken.com
Thu Sep 9 16:55:50 EDT 2004
On the low end I've seen adverts for JSP/Servlet Hosting w/ a DB for
$9/month at http://www.webappcabaret.com/jdj.jsp ... it's a little more
for JBoss, but still reasonable.
Another option for hosting, is to co-lo you own server down at InFlow
(an AJUG sponsor) for ~$125/month and you can have as many sites as you
like if you can manage it yourself.
On Thu, 2004-09-09 at 16:34, Barry Hawkins wrote:
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> This may seem like a weird question, but does the non-profit
> organization view Java-based web applications as something justifying
> the generally-higher cost of hosting? If this is an internal
> application I suppose it doesn't matter as much, but with most NPOs
> trying to run lean and mean, I am surprised they are not pushing for
> something PHP-based that could be hosted much more cheaply.
> Or, is that not the case anymore? I know I pay ~4X as much to host my
> stuff with a provider that has Tomcat versus what I was paying for a
> pretty souped-up PHP service.
> On Sep 9, 2004, at 2:09 PM, Paul Philion wrote:
> > Greetings...
> > I'm helping a friend put together a complex, data-driven web site for
> > a non-profit organization.
> > After doing some initial requirements, analysis, etc., I think the
> > best long term solution would be an open source content
> > management/presentation system that I can extend for some of the
> > special needs (like updating DB tables with current data).
> > Has anyone used any of the existing systems? Any recommendations or
> > warnings?
> > Thanks,
> > - Paul Philion
> Barry C. Hawkins
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