Platform as a service providers

8   ~ Type posted 29 Nov 2012 by unlikekinds  

These platform-as-a-service (PaaS) providers allow website or application developers to focus on the app they're making, rather than the infrastructure needed to serve it. There's a wide variety of types, from basic cloud infrastructure to completely managed services that allow users to simply push their code and have their app deployed.

Often the more managed solutions have higher prices, however this will frequently be worth the time saved on setting up infrastructure for performance, security and monitoring.

This list focuses mostly on the more managed of the offerings.

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Supported technologies: Ruby, Node.js, Java, Python, Scala
API: Yes
Add-ons: Yes
Supported technologies: PHP, Node.js, Python, Ruby, Java
API: No
Add-ons: Yes
Supported technologies: Java, PHP, Python, Ruby
API: Yes
Add-ons: Yes
Supported technologies: Java, Ruby, Node.js, Grails, Python
API: Yes
Add-ons: Yes
Supported technologies: Node.js
API: Yes
Add-ons: No
Supported technologies: Java, PHP, Ruby, Python, Node.js
API: Yes
Add-ons: No
Supported technologies: Java, JRuby, Grails
API: Yes
Add-ons: Yes
Supported technologies: Java, PHP, Ruby, Python, Node.js
API: Yes
Add-ons: Yes
Cloud 66 lets you configure, provision, deploy and manage your web application or mobile backend on any cloud or your own servers. It works as a service with no download needed.
Supported technologies: Ruby on Rails
API: Yes
Add-ons: Yes
Supported technologies: .NET
API: Yes
Add-ons: Yes
Supported technologies: PHP, Node.js, Ruby
API: No
Add-ons: Yes

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OpenShift is the shit
by derp - over 5 years
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Fantastic. I only knew about Heroku.
by rushton - over 5 years
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Heroku!!!
by oscar - over 5 years
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They're still the best
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