(Debian 8 & 7, Ubuntu 16.04 & 14.04 & 12.04
CentOS / RHEL 7 & 6, SLES 12 & 11)
When is the last time you enjoyed deploying a modern web app?
Modern web applications are a pain to install. Dependencies such as language runtime, libraries, asset precompilation, etc. are things that should be transparently handled for your clients or end-users.
Now, with each push of your code, you can get Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS / RHEL or SLES packages built on demand, with lots of goodies (init scripts, management utility, etc.).
Based on Heroku buildpacks
Heroku buildpacks are a standard for web application deployment. We currently support any kind of applications written in Ruby (MRI), NodeJS and Go, with any kind of framework. And more languages are regularly added.
Install and update in one command
No more sending pages and pages of instruction to install an app.
We build your packages, host them in your own package repository, so that you (or your clients/users) can just
apt-get install (or
yum install) the application and be done with it.
Everything is precompiled, which makes for a really fast installation procedure. On any number of servers.
* We only embed what's absolutely required to make your app work. This includes the language runtime of your app (Ruby, NodeJS) and its dependencies (gems, modules, etc.). For the rest, we're relying on the system libraries of the machine (no need to recompile after a Heartbleed event for instance).
Release all the time
We support multiple branches, so that you can keep maintaining multiple versions of your software in parallel (staging, production, stable, 6-8-stable, etc.).
Select your targets - We do the rest
We currently support building for Debian 7 & 8, Ubuntu 16.04 & 14.04 & 12.04, CentOS / RHEL 6 & 7, and Suse Linux Enterprise Server 12 & 11. With more being regularly added.
Know your users
What if you could know how many times one of your packages has been downloaded? And from where? We surface all those informations on a map so that you can see at a glance your installation base.
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