epi at October 3rd, 2014 16:11 — #1
I am interested in setting up a self-hosted installation of webhook without using google cloud services. Looking at the webhook documentation, it does not seem like this is currently possible. Did I miss something in the documentation? If I didn't, are there any plans to make a version of webhook available that doesn't depend on google cloud?
davesnider at October 3rd, 2014 16:54 — #2
Not at the moment. We're still in beta on self-hosting (it's only a couple weeks old), but webhook has some unique challenges that currently require the google infrastructure.
markusila at August 5th, 2015 17:23 — #3
Is there still no options to run web hook self host on different cloud services? @davesnider
davesnider at August 5th, 2015 17:57 — #4
Nope. Still google. Specifically the problem is that services like AWS limit the number of buckets (aka sites) to the hundreds. Google scales really well here. The OSS nature of Webhook is really a product of our own requirements, and we need that kind of scale.
randohinn at March 11th, 2016 08:34 — #5
Is this still the case? Would be useful if Webhook could get support for standalone linux boxes..
dkenzik at March 12th, 2016 13:40 — #6
There has been no change. Self-hosting relies on Google's platform.
justshipit at May 27th, 2016 04:27 — #7
Yeah, was about to create new topic with same question and stumbled upon this. That's a pity, especially knowing that this is just a little of back-end that generates static pages.