Below are also a few suggestions for low-cost shared web hosts that offer the server environment required for Omeka.
- Reclaim Hosting: https://reclaimhosting.com/ offers one-click Omeka and Omeka S installations, with support for other open-source software platforms.
Others follow in alphabetical order:
- Academic AMIs on Amazon: http://academicami.org/
- AcuGIS: http://www.acugis.com/
- Cultural Hosting: https://culturalhosting.com a bilingual (Spanish and English) hosting company for cultural heritage organizations, based in Spain.
- Dotblock: http://www.dotblock.com/
- DreamHost: http://dreamhost.com/ one-click install. Dreamhost also has a free web hosting plan for US-based 501(c)(3) organizations. See http://wiki.dreamhost.com/index.php/Non-profit_Discount
- HostGator: http://hostgator.com is a good host for Omeka training and for granting student access to Omeka installations, since it allows you to create individual FTP accounts that others can use.
- Jumpbox: http://www.jumpbox.com/app/omeka a service that simplifies the process of installing open source software. JumpBox gives you the option to run a virtual machine locally on your Windows/Mac/Linux personal computer, or to purchase website hosting that includes Omeka already installed.
- Reclaim Hosting: https://reclaimhosting.com Web hosting for academics with a one-click Omeka and Omeka S installer.
- RexaHost: http://hexahost.com offers installation of Omeka through Softaculous.
- Softaculous AMPPS http://www.ampps.com/
- TMD Hosting https://www.tmdhosting.com
- Webfaction http://webfaction.com/
- Webuzo http://webuzo.com/apps/educational/Omeka has a virtual appliance to run Omeka.