[OSRM-talk] Question About OSRM
antoniojosemgonzalez at gmail.com
Mon Aug 22 02:04:57 UTC 2016
I would like to know how serious the maximum number of requests per minute offer?
I would also like to know about stability. I tried OSRM project and sometimes I've had some application I've seen that are not online, then my question is whether you configured the server is more stable?
Thank you so much,
> On Aug 21, 2016, at 2:28 PM, Jean-Baptiste STAEBLER <j-b.staebler at reunir.org> wrote:
> Hello Antonio,
> With my company, we have set up our own server for OSRM purpose. This is the more economic option if you want a high number of requests. We also use a special profile (for bus & regular coaches lines) for more precision.
> The cost of this solution is about $100/month (maybe less) if you found a great host for your server.
> Le 20 août 2016 à 03:50, Daniel Patterson <daniel at mapbox.com <mailto:daniel at mapbox.com>> a écrit :
>> Hello Antonio,
>> OSRM an open source project with no direct commercial option. There is a "demo" server for non-commercial use.
>> Many people run their own OSRM server to do custom routing (bicycle, logistics, single-city configurations, etc).
>> I work for Mapbox, and we offer paid-for routing services backed by OSRM (see https://www.mapbox.com/directions/ <https://www.mapbox.com/directions/>). There may be others who do the same.
>>> On Aug 19, 2016, at 6:26 PM, Antonio Gonzalez <antoniojosemgonzalez at gmail.com <mailto:antoniojosemgonzalez at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> Hello Goodnight,
>>> I want to ask if OSRM currently has a paid account, for the service provided.
>>> I'll look forward for your answer.
>>> Thank you very much.
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