Get an account with a hoster
Using a hosted accounts means entrusting someone else with your data, in exchange for not having to set up or maintain a storage server yourself.
As remoteStorage is an open protocol, you can use migration programs to move all of your data to any other remoteStorage-capable provider, server or local machine at any time.
The first commercial remoteStorage provider just launched the public beta of their dedicated remoteStorage service.
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You can use remoteStorage with other open-source cloud software, which integrates server functionality either directly or via add-ons. You can have someone host it for you, or set up your own server.
Cozy is "a personal cloud you can host, hack and delete". There's a remoteStorage add-on available. The company behind it is offering free hosted accounts for trials as well.
Host your own storage server
You can set up remoteStorage on your own server or integrate it into your infrastructure by using one of the following implementations, or creating your own:
remoteStorage server based on node.js. Supports both Redis and the filesystem as storage backend.
An NPM package you can use as basis for your own remoteStorage server, implementing the core HTTP behavior. Always supports the latest protocol version.
remoteStorage server written in C for POSIX systems, storing data in system users' home directories.
remoteStorage server written in PHP. Missing Webfinger, so not 100% compatible at the moment.
remoteStorage server API based on Sinatra (Ruby). Excludes the OAuth portion! Supports multiple backends, but only Riak is implemented at the moment.
Basic remoteStorage server written in Ruby, storing data in PostgreSQL. Uses a deprecated version of the protocol (