Getting a production environment of PostHog up and running is probably one of the first things you want to do! This section goes through the different options available depending on where you'll be hosting PostHog, and includes guides on several of the most popular services.
Self-host vs PostHog Cloud: Self-hosting PostHog means managing the service yourself and taking care of upgrades, scaling, security etc. If you are less technical or looking for a hands-off experience, we recommend PostHog Cloud. You can also find support partners to manage the service for you via the PostHog Marketplace.
- Hobby - recommended for testing or very small hobby projects (<100k events/month)
- DigitalOcean - recommended for production use cases if you don't have a preference
- Google Cloud Platform
- Azure - in beta
- Other platforms - in beta
There are various ways to configure and personalize your PostHog instance to better suit your needs. In this section you will find all the information you need about settings and options you can configure to get what you need out of PostHog.