What is Umbler?
It is a cloud hosting platform where you can publish your sites and app in 100% SSD containers in an agile, secure and scalable development stream. You can deploy via SFTP, or keep your site up to date with the latest version of the master branch via Git. But for that quick update we have a top file manager.
Umbler is a tool in the Cloud Hosting category of a tech stack.
Who uses Umbler?
3 companies reportedly use Umbler in their tech stacks, including Route Stack, BSConsult, and SimplificaCI.
Why developers like Umbler?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Umbler
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- Get notified before everything freezes
- Shared access to your projects
- Recover a specific version
- Increase your resources whenever you need it
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