Budget to start a web app built on the MEAN stack

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I want to start a web app built on the MEAN stack (mongoDB, express.js, angular, and node.js). How much would it cost me to host this site? What resources are there for hosting websites built on the MEAN stack?

I went through the same questions and concerns and I actually tried a couple of different cloud providers for similar environments and machines.

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  1. At Digital Ocean, you can get a fully loaded machine to develop and host at $5 per month (512 MB RAM, 20 GB disk ). You can even get a $10 credit by using this link of mine.[1] It is very easy to sign up and start. Just don’t use their web console to connect to your host. It is slow. I recommend using ssh client to connect and it is very fast.
  2. GoDaddy will charge you around 8$ per month for a similar MEAN stack host (512 MB RAM, 1 core processor, 20 Gb disk ) for your MEAN Stack development.
  3. Azure use bitmani’s mean stack on minimum DS1_V2 machine (1core, 3.5 gB RAM) and your average cost will be $52 per month if you never shut down the machine. The set up is a little bit more complicated that Digital Ocean, but very doable. I also recommend ssh to connect to the server and develop.
  4. AWS also offers Bitmani’s MEAN stack on EC2 instances similar to Azure DS1V2 described above and it is around $55 per month.
  5. Other suggestions

All those solutions will work fine and it all depends on your budget. If you are cheap like me and don’t have a big budget, go with Digital Ocean and start with $10 off with this code.

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Install and run your first noSQL MongoDB on Mac OSX

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Classified as a NoSQL database, MongoDB is an open source, document-oriented database designed with both scalability and developer agility in mind. Instead of storing your data in tables and rows as you would with a relational database, in MongoDB you store JSON-like documents with dynamic schemas; This makes the integration of data in certain types of application easier and faster.
MongoDB can help you make a difference to the business. Tens of thousands of organizations, from startups to the largest companies and government agencies, choose MongoDB because it lets them build applications that weren’t possible before. With MongoDB, these organizations move faster than they could with relational databases at one tenth of the cost. With MongoDB, you can do things you could never do before.

  1. Install Homebrew
    $ /usr/bin/ruby -e “$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)”
    Homebrew installs the stuff you need that Apple didn’t.
    $ brew install wget
  2. Install MongoDB
    $ brew install mongodb
  3. Run MongoDB
    Create the data directory: $ mkdir -p /data/db
    Set permissions for the data directory:$ chown -R you:yourgroup /data/db then chmod -R 775 /data/db
    Run MongoDB (as non root): $ mongod

  4. Begin using MongoDB.(MongoDB will be running as soon as you ran mongod above)

    Open another terminal and run: mongo

  5. Install and run your first noSQL MongoDB on Mac OSX

References: https://docs.mongodb.com/manual/tutorial/install-mongodb-on-os-x/

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