Looks like I’m going to need to try this because I can’t login to my server via the SSH module anymore. I upgraded to the latest Ubuntu and made the fatal error of allowing it to reset the sshd config file.
Now I just get this error and there doesn’t seem to be anything I can change in the Make module to fix it.
sshd: Unable to negotiate with 22.214.171.124 port 7013: no matching host key type found. Their offer: ssh-rsa,ssh-dss [preauth]
I’m losing my mind, it’s been hours trying to figure this out.
Autocode is another good alternative!
It’s a low-code platform that allows one to ship very flexible Node APIs, what could run simple functions or even complex processing.
In their free plan one get 10 projects, which can have several endpoints each.
Its setup should be easier than the cloud providers mentioned (GPC and AWS), and yet equally powerful.
Besides that, one of its core features is the facility to use their lib on code to smoothly integrate with some services (similar on how is done through Make Apps and Modules), turning it into a yet more useful tool.