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What is Zeet?

It is a software platform on top of your AWS or Google Cloud account that makes it easy for any developer to deploy code on production-grade infrastructure. A project on Zeet defines all the configurations required to deliver your apps from source to production.
Zeet is a tool in the DevOps Automation category of a tech stack.

Zeet Integrations

JavaScript, Python, Git, Docker, and PHP are some of the popular tools that integrate with Zeet. Here's a list of all 10 tools that integrate with Zeet.

Zeet's Features

  • Unlock all of the power, without all the glue
  • Seamless GitOps workflow
  • Every language and framework
  • Customizeable resources

Zeet Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Zeet?
It is an event-driven DevOps platform. It listens to events from 3rd party services like AWS, Datadog, PagerDuty, Jira and more to trigger simpler, smarter workflows that automate tedious tasks. A lot of existing solutions either require a lot of upfront DIY work (AWS Lambda or running your own script) or they weren’t built for DevOps teams (Zapier, IFTTT).
Slack-first, serverless DevOps platform for automating developer workflows in the CLI + Slack, without having to build for each specific platform. In short, streamline and accelerate your development team by enabling DevOps on Slack. We call it SlackOps.
Track software deployments through your remote team's complete DevOps stack, integrating the tools your team already uses. Plan, schedule, and track releases across timezones, and when something goes wrong, quickly identify, resolve, and re-deploy.
DevOps Automation for SQL Server
It minimizes deployment risks, energizes quality and update frequency, makes the overall workflow consistent and safe. It is a cutting-edge solution that takes conventional database development and deployment to a whole new level.
ApexSQL DevOps toolkit
It enables users to create flexible CI and CD pipelines with highly customizable pipeline steps. These steps include: Build, Populate, Audit, Document, Test, Review, Package, Schema sync, Data sync, Deploy, Notify and Publish.
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