Cloud9 for a quick JATOS server
A JATOS user told me about Cloud9 and I thought I should mention it in a blog post.
It’s basically a Linux server that runs in the cloud that you can access via the browser. On top of this it offers a whole web development environment but one can use it just as a bare Ubuntu server. Of course it’s working with JATOS. And they have a free tier.
It’s pretty impressive: You get easy access to the file system, there is shell with root rights, and you can edit your files directly in the browser. You get a domain that ends with .c9users.io but I’m pretty sure one can change to a proper domain if one wants to.
In order to get JATOS running I downloaded the latest release with wget, e.g.
` wget https://github.com/JATOS/JATOS/releases/download/v3.1.10/jatos-3.1.10_linux_java.zip `
and unzipped it. Cloud9 provides environment variables for IP address and port,
$PORT, and I used them to configurate JATOS’
That’s it: then JATOS starts as usual with