Meteor is a fast and accessible framework for building Node.js apps. It makes building MVPs and learning web development very accessible. There are multiple Meteor hosting options currently available.

1) Galaxy

Galaxy is Meteor’s own platform-as-a-service for Meteor apps. It uses Docker, AWS, and is fast to setup. Pricing starts at $0.04/hour. It is important to note that Galaxy does not include a database layer. You will need to use an additional provider like Compose, mLab, MongoDB Atlas or ScaleGrid for database hosting.

2) NodeChef

NodeChef is dedicated platform for Node.js and MongoDB apps that features a single deploy command. Unlike Galaxy it does include a database layer. Pricing starts at $9/month and includes automatic SSL certificate provisioning, installation and renewal, wildcard domain management and caching of static assets.

3) Digital Ocean

If you’re comfortable doing basic server configuration, for as little as $5/month you can host your entire Meteor application on Digital Ocean. I’m a big fan. You’ll need to use Meteor Up, but otherwise it’s pretty straight forward.

4) Xervio (formerly Modulus)

Modulus was one of the original Meteor hosting providers, but as of January 2017 it has rebranded as Xervio. It features single command Meteor deployments and MongoDB hosting though the focus appears to be more on enterprise customers. A small server and database starts at $12.20/month.

5) Heroku

Heroku is the grandaddy of platform-as-a-service providers so it is surpising they don’t have dedicated Meteor support. However with the Meteor Buildpack Horse you can get up and running quickly.