Software for PaaS

This list contains 34 Software for PaaS.

Squidex Squidex

Squidex is 100% open source headless CMS, built by passionated developers. With Squidex both individuals and organizations can handle content for the new web with ease. Squidex modular platform allows users to create content APIs that can be consumed by any frontend framework or technology in a matter of minutes. The framework itself can also be extended and tweaked to suite individual use-cases. Squidex is provided as a fully open source software released and free of charge, for the self-hosted community edition. For organizations that want to get up and running fast, commercially hosted solutions are provided.

HarperDB HarperDB

HarperDB is a full-featured data management platform that runs from edge to cloud, and anywhere in between. It provides an easy to use REST API, a sleek management studio, quick installation, and limited database configuration, while being language agnostic. With HarperDB you can insert JSON, query with performant SQL including JOINS and full CRUD operations.  Enhanced features like built in Math.js and GeoJSON.

Amazon DynamoDB Amazon DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB is a key-value and document database that delivers single-digit millisecond performance at any scale. The database is fully managed, multiregion, multimaster, and durable with built-in security, backup and restore, and in-memory caching for enterprise-scale applications. Amazon DynamoDB is part of Amazon Web Services and integrates well with other cloud-based AWS products.

Azure Cosmos DB Azure Cosmos DB

Azure Cosmos DB is a non-relational NoSQL database trusted by leading enterprises globally. With Azure Cosmos DB you can run No-ETL analytics over real-time operational data and run near-real time analytics and AI on the operational data within your NoSQL database, to reduce time to insight.

Meteor Meteor

With Meteor you can build web, mobile and desktop apps quickly. Meteor is a free and open-source JavaScript framework that is designed to provide developers with the necessities to build applications by writing less code. Over half a million developers around the globe has chosen Meteor as their go-to framework for building scalable JavaScript applications.

Dokku 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.

Render Render

Render is a unified cloud hosting platform to build and run all your applications and websites with free SSL, a global CDN, private networks and auto deploys from Git.

Heroku 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.

Firebase Firebase

Firebase is a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for hosting and develop mobile and web applications. With Firebase developers can move quickly and integrate with third-party software with less friction. Firebase provides an API that can packe your application into a single SDK that works cross-platform for iOS, Android, JavaScript and C++. The Firebase platform is owned by Google and to-date over 1.5 million applications has been shipped on the platform.

Hasura Hasura

Hasura is a software development tool that lets you build real-time GraphQL APIs for a PostgreSQL database. The software is free and open source, while enterprise features are provided at a cost. Hasura is perfect for building GraphQL powered microservices and 3factor applications.

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