Using a service like Galaxy or Heroku can cost 3 times more with the same results. If you want more information about that read this article erichartzog.com/aws-vs-galaxy-for-meteor-hosting.
Waves hosting is a platform that connects your AWS account and gives you a powerful dashboard that extremely easy to use.
Waves for Meteor
Deploying Meteor it’s not an easy task if you don’t use Galaxy. In Waves is as easy as Galaxy. First create an account in Waves and connect your AWS account.
Then create your first app. Select Meteor in the platform.
And then, using the waves-cli (npm install -g waves-cli) upload the code.
In Waves an app has multiple environments, so while creating a new environment select the version you just uploaded.
Now just wait for the environment to be created. It takes like 5 minutes.
Now you are ready. Navigate to Configuration to see the CNAME and start using your app.