Cloudron is a powerful free-as-in-freedom cloud platform that allows you to self-host webapps efficiently while providing unified user accounts, various automated sysadmin services, tested update pathways for dozens of mature free software apps in the Cloudron appstore and a RESTful API.
At the FKI, together with a range of actors in Barcelona we are currently testing the Cloudron.
Cloudron's reference documentation contains installation instructions.
We start with a clean Ubuntu machine provided by our community datacentre partner La Mar De Bits.
We point the main domain name A record with a wildcard (*) to the IP of the server. Some ISPs (like Digital Ocean and AWS/Route 53) provide an API to their DNS servers to which the Cloudron makes calls to manage the domain name. In this case we have a domain at https://dinahosting.com/, which seems to have an API for their DNS. We could check with the Cloudron team to see if they can add support for this ISP.