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I've been looking into Heroku as a hosting provider. I'm specifically interested in its ease of deployment and ability to scale up and scale down resources as needed.

Is there a hosting solution with this type of ease and power that works with Django?

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up vote 11 down vote accepted have shut down, but they have recommendations for python/django hosting services:

I haven't tried any of them, but they all seem pretty proactive!

[edit] I have to add the people who pay my salary too!

Super-awesome, obviously :-)


And, since september '11, there's Heroku themselves!

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The only thing I can find is, but it is currently in private beta. It seems to be the equivalent of Heroku for Django. As soon as it is out, I will be one of the first on it.

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What are you using now for Django host? – Chris Dutrow Oct 24 '10 at 18:23 has been shut down. – citadelgrad May 27 '11 at 19:27

Starting today, Heroku provides official support (public beta) for Python and Django!
Check out this blog post and this guide

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You may also be interested in I'm a founder, and we'd love to have your feedback on our beta.

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You can run django on Heroku as well. There's a good writeup at

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Heroku recently announced that they are now supporting Django and Python.

So technically speaking - Yes

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