What is ElasticBox?
Configure and deploy applications using CM tools like Docker, Chef, and Puppet. Your application is fully mobile across all major cloud environments because it’s decoupled from underlying cloud infrastructure.
ElasticBox is a tool in the Deployment as a Service category of a tech stack.
Who uses ElasticBox?
3 companies reportedly use ElasticBox in their tech stacks, including Selligent Marketing Cloud, Ukuli Data, and MyCompany.
4 developers on StackShare have stated that they use ElasticBox.
GitHub, Node.js, MySQL, NGINX, and MongoDB are some of the popular tools that integrate with ElasticBox. Here's a list of all 18 tools that integrate with ElasticBox.
Pros of ElasticBox
Greate integration using Jenkins plugin
- development, instance management, collaboration
- environment management
- continuous integration
- orchestrated application updates
- configuration management integration
ElasticBox Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to ElasticBox?
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