Despite it's technical shortcomings compared to Cloudron, I personally won't use this because of their appropriation of the tipi. All one has to do is Google, "meaning of tipi", "is the tipi sacred", and voila, lots of articles from both indigenous voices and non to show that this symbol is not one to just be used casually. But there you go. I've considered posting similar on their Discord or other comm channels, but it's been my experience that people who do this sort of thing react vehemently and even violently to any attempt to dissuade such usage. I think those of Cloudron will at least consider.
The ironic thing is they probably chose the icon because there are lots of free tipi icons flaoting around, and then one of them decided to build their service's whole identity around it. I checked out their contributors list too... maybe there is a lead who is indigenous, but it didn't look like it; if there was one, they would know the importance of posting something about how such usage is justified.
basically what i did, i put my testing page https://wp-test.blindsoft.net through it, using a docker container, sense i like using docker.
then i put the hostname as wp-test.
unfortunately, it only shows a 502 gateway error.