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Agile deployment platform for Ruby, Node.js, Clojure, Java, Python, and Scala. Setup takes only minutes and deploys are instant through git. Leave tedious server maintenance to Heroku and focus on your code.

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Heroku Alternatives

The best Heroku alternatives based on verified products, votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. Windows Azure and SQL Azure enable you to build, host and scale applications in Microsoft datacenters.

  2. Simplifying cloud hosting. Deploy an SSD cloud server in 55 seconds.

    paid $5.0 / Monthly (1 GB / 1 vCPU / 25 GB)

  3. A powerful platform to build web and mobile apps that scale automatically.

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    Automated backups for servers, websites and databases. Supports streaming, incremental backups, realtime notifications via Email, Slack and Discord. Works with DigitalOcean, EC2, Amazon Lightsail, Vultr, OVH, Laravel Forge, ServerPilot, and more.

    Visit Website     freemium $9.0 / Monthly (Mini Plan)

  5. OpenShift gives you all the tools you need to develop, host and scale your apps in the public or private cloud. Get started today.

  6. We make it simple to develop, deploy, and scale cloud infrastructure at the best price-to-performance ratio in the market.

    paid Free Trial $5.0 / Monthly (1 Core, 1GB, 25GB SSD, 1TB of Outbound Transfer)

  7. Amazon Web Services offers reliable, scalable, and inexpensive cloud computing services. Free to join, pay only for what you use.

  8. VULTR Global Cloud Hosting - Brilliantly Fast SSD VPS Cloud Servers. 100% KVM Virtualization

  9. Amazon Web Services offers reliable, scalable, and inexpensive cloud computing services. Free to join, pay only for what you use.

  10. Lambda is a cloud service that Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides, which allows developers to run serverless code.

  11. Host, run, and code Python in the cloud: PythonAnywhere

  12. Kubernetes is an open source orchestration system for Docker containers

  13. Docker is an open platform that enables developers and system administrators to create distributed applications.

Heroku Reviews

  1. mark-mercer avatar
    Useful Cloud Platform

    Great service to build, run and manage applications entirely in the cloud!

    🏁 Competitors: AWS, Dokku on Digital Ocean, Firebase
    πŸ‘ Pros:    Easy user interface|Good customer service|Multi-language cloud application platform
    πŸ‘Ž Cons:    Limitation with some addons|Low network performance

A list of external sources with helpful reviews and comparisons of Heroku

3 best alternatives to the big cloud providers
It mostly comes in highlight due to its wide variety of useful Extensions (which include the ones for managing a database to sending emails or running cron jobs). Also,with built-in CI tools and the fact that almost all of the management tasks can be abstracted, you get a pat on the back, Heroku!!!
Source: dev.to
Heroku vs self-hosted PaaS
Heroku uses a concept they call dynos. A dyno is by default a container with 512MB of RAM that runs a part of a single application. To scale your app you simply add more dynos and Heroku will automatically load balance it for you. You can also have dynos running background jobs and such as well as schedulers to do cron-like...
Source: www.mskog.com
Top 5 Alternatives to Heroku
Heroku is a great company; they blazed the trail for a commercially sustainable cloud service like PaaS in an industry where technology is changing rapidly. For a couple of years now, there is no point denying the fact that PaaS had fulfilled so many business needs. I really don’t think there is anything they’ve not done as a...
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