Netlify

Netlify

With Netlify you can deploy modern static websites, automatically, with Git. Netlify serves every file hosted over a CDN and provides continuous deployments and 1-click HTTPS for all projects. Over 1 million businesses use Netlify to run web projects at a global scale, without the need for DevOps and costly infrastructure. 

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Vercel
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Vercel

Vercel is a cloud platform for serverless deployment that combines the best developer experience with an obsessive focus on end-user performance. The platform enables front-end developers and teams to work faster by simplifying the development and deployment cycle. With Vercel, you and your team can host websites or web services that deploy instantly and scale automatically. All with minimal configuration and supervision.

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Heroku
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Heroku

Heroku is a platform as a service (PaaS) built especially for applications developers. When Heroku first launched in 2007 it was a platform dedicated to deploy and host Ruby applications. Today the offering has broadened and allows developers to launch applications for most languages, frameworks and technologies in a matter of minutes with the help of Heroku Buildpacks. There are currently over 5,400 Heroku Buildpacks in the Heroku Elements Marketplace, that can be used by developers to speed up deployment and saftley host their applications online.

Suggested by Jenna Jenna
Dokku
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Dokku

Dokku is a free and open-source project that helps you build and manage the lifecycle of applications. With Dokku developers can setup their own PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) in a matter of minutes. Dokku provides extra plugins which can be used to manage database, and tools needed for your application. If you need to server your application over HTTPS, Dokku got you covered as well, with the help of Let's Encrypts free TLS certificates.

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CapRover
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CapRover

CapRover is an free and easy-to-use application deployment and server manager for NodeJS, Python, PHP, ASP.NET, Ruby, MySQL, MongoDB, Postgres, WordPress and more. With CapRover you can create your own PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) similar to that of Heroku, and deploying it to your own cloud instance.

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DigitalOcean
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DigitalOcean

DigitalOcean is a global cloud infrastructure provider with industry-low bandwidth pricing, and with generous quotas and add-on transfer at just $.01/GiB. With DigitalOcean you can run infrastructure near your customers and scale applications that run simultaneously on multiple servers. DigitalOcean is loved by developers and business across the globe, and is currently the third-largest hosting company for web-facing applications.

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DigitalOcean App Platform
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DigitalOcean App Platform

With DigitalOcean App Platform you can build, deploy, and scale apps quickly using a simple, fully managed solution. Deploy code by simply pointing to a GitHub repo and let App Platform do the heavy lifting of managing the infrastructure, app runtimes and dependencies. 

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UpCloud
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UpCloud

UpCloud is a European cloud server provider located in Helsinki, Finland. UpCloud offers faster-than-SSD performance reaching 100,000 IOPS and 100% uptime SLA.

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MaxCDN
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MaxCDN

With MaxCDN you can make your websites and web applications faster with a content delivery network that is located in over 100 data centers spread across the world. MaxCDN provides purge and provisioning of content instantly, with real-time CDN analytics.

Suggested by Athea Athea

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