Coronium Cloud has been updated to version 1.86
You can read the announcement notes here.
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Yes, you are correct, you could use it at one time. Anyway, please post the breaking execution question in the goggle group, the answer is a little complicated.
The Coronium Community is moving! Come join in at http://forums.coronium.io for current information and discussions about the Coronium Cloud Platform. This is also a place to file bugs and other issues with Coronium. You can easily sign in with your Facebook or Twitter account, or regular registration. I look forward to seeing you there, and thank you for supporting Coronium.
Instructions on how to set up a free SSL certificate for secure transfer using HTTPS on your Coronium Cloud server has been posted.
Quick question. We want to test drive Coronium as we read this before installing :
You can use either an Amazon EC2 micro-instance (free for 12 months) or the CentOS 6.5 64bit installer, which also has build instructions for a DigitalOcean droplet. DigitalOcean is the recommended provider for the Coronium Cloud Platform.
You seems to recommend DigitalOcean over Amazon EC2. Our company is using many Amazon services and we would like to use EC2. Is there anything we should know that Amazon would not be as good as DigitalOcean ? Do you plan to support both of them in the long term ?
thanks for your help.
In the case of a EC2 micro-instance, you'll get more consistent performance from a DigitalOcean droplet. Beyond that, there really isn't any major difference. If you're comfortable with EC2, then feel free to use that. Amazon EC2 and DO will both be supported for the foreseeable future.
Hope that helps. Thanks for giving Coronium a try.
Coronium Cloud Platform Beta 1.91 is now available.
I've added a small post about using Coronium Client within a Composer based project.
Coronium Cloud 1.92 has been released. Learn more at http://www.develephant.net/coronium-cloud-1-92-hello-ubuntu/
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