What is Cloud 66?
Cloud 66 makes Ops easy for developers. It is a single tool built for developers to build, configure and maintain servers and Docker containers on your own servers.
Cloud 66 is a tool in the Continuous Deployment category of a tech stack.
Who uses Cloud 66?
12 companies reportedly use Cloud 66 in their tech stacks, including gemini, Zibbet, and The Techstars Stack.
20 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Cloud 66.
Cloud 66 Integrations
GitHub, Node.js, Docker, Slack, and MySQL are some of the popular tools that integrate with Cloud 66. Here's a list of all 32 tools that integrate with Cloud 66.
Pros of Cloud 66
Team access control
The right balance of control and ease-of-development
Command Line Interface
Cloud 66's Features
- Provision — build your infrastructure from your code.
- Backup — peace of mind with regular database backups for all your databases.
- Security — Simple firewall management & DDoS protection without the stress.
- Deployment — make continuous deployment a reality
- Scaling — load balancing, worker process management on any cloud.
- Monitoring — watch CPU, memory and disk space on every server.
Cloud 66 Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Cloud 66?
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