"Cloud 66 offers a DevOps as a service for Rails, Node & Container apps that can run on any server or any cloud. Deploy, manage & maintain your full stack app in production."
Cloud 66 provides DevOps as a Service for Rails, Node and Containers, that can be deployed on any cloud provider or any server including AWS, DigitalOcean, Google Cloud, Linode, bare metal- Packet and more* under their own account.
Cloud 66 for Rails
Cloud 66 for Rails allows you to focus on your app while we take care of everything you need to build, deploy and maintain your Ruby applications (including deployments of Rails and Rack frameworks). Cloud 66 for Rails helps you scale your database with master-slave replication, without having to make any configuration changes. You can add back-ups, load balancers and de-commission servers with a single click.
Cloud 66 for Node
Cloud 66 for Node allows developers pain-free deployments in three easy steps. First connect Cloud 66 to your Git repository, then to the cloud provider of your choice and lastly deploy. Spend more time on developing your Node app and less time configuration the boxes. Secure. Robust. Production ready. Scale as you need.
Cloud 66 for Containers:
Cloud 66 for Containers offers a full stack container management. A complete solution for building, running and maintaining containerized applications in production with Skycap and Maestro:
Skycap: A Container Native CI/CD Solution for Developers
Skycap is a container native CI/CD solution that allows you to build your image from the source code in a reliable and repeatable way. It takes your code from your git repository and runs your docker build workflow step by step. It can produce more than one image and comes complete with an intuitive UI and private Docker repository.
Maestro: An Application Management Solution backed by Kubernetes
Maestro is a full stack Application Management platform. With support for containers (backed by Kubernetes) and complete with support for non-container parts of your infrastructure including firewalls and network, databases (provisioning, monitoring, backups and replication), security and ACL access control, OS and server level security monitoring, deployment workflow management, and native DB and storage components and more.
Maestro is fully and seamlessly integrated with Cloud 66 Skycap. It can also be used with any container workflow tool and CI/CD.
Regional Restrictions: Globally
Deploying your application to your cloud or your own servers
Backing up your databases at set intervals
Scaling your web, database, and process servers with the click of a button
Securing your servers with features such as intruder detection and firewall
Monitoring your servers
Access to Cloud 66 help pages and community pages.
Join our active Slack community.
Email and Chat Support included in the pricing plans.
Access to Cloud 66 webinars, blogs and youtube videos.
One-to-one onboarding demo.
Yes, Cloud 66 offers multi-user capability.
Yes, please check our integration page for more details.
Cloud 66 specializes in DevOps-as-a-Service for Rails, Node and Docker, enabling developers to build, deploy and manage any application, on any server, via the cloud provider of choice. Offering the convenience of PaaS, with the flexibility of using your own servers, we make DevOps easy with a single, integrated toolkit.
Easy integration with your existing development tools and workflow:
GitHub, Codeship, Circle Ci, Travis Cl, Codeanywhere, Nitrous, Semaphore, BitBucket, Logentries, Honeybadger, GitLab, Lets Encrypt, Slack and more.
Native support for the most popular open source technologies:
MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redis, Memcached, InfluxDB, ElasticSearch, Docker, RabbitMQ, GlusterFS.
AWS, DigitalOcean, Linode, GoogleCloud, Microsoft Azure, Cloud A, Packet.
Also, you can use our Registered Servers feature to connect with any cloud provider or server. For example Exoscale, Scaleway, Gridscale to name a few.
Thousands of developers in hundreds of companies as large as Samsung and CareerBuilder, to innovative startups like BareMetrics and BugHerd, non-profits like Oxfam and the Gates Foundation, and digital agencies like Steam, Helium Technologies and Arden Labs are using Cloud 66 for their daily production workloads.
Deployment of web applications and mobile backends.