CapRover - Easiest app/database deployment platform and webserver package for your applications

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CapRover is an extremely easy to use app/database deployment & web server manager for your NodeJS, Python, PHP, ASP.NET, Ruby, MySQL, MongoDB, Postgres, WordPress applications. It's blazingly fast and very robust as it uses Docker, nginx, LetsEncrypt and NetData under the hood behind its simple-to-use interface.

CapRover has built-in support for several popular apps that can be deployed as is. These include WordPress, MySQL, MongoDB and many more.  There is a repository of One Click Apps on GitHub and it's continuously growing.

  • Deploy apps in your own space (Node js, PHP, Python, Java literally any language!)
  • Ability to secure your services over HTTPS for FREE, ability to automatically redirect HTTP to HTTPS.
  • Deploying one-click apps is a matter of seconds! MongoDB, Parse, MySQL, WordPress, Postgres and many more.
  • Simple interface for many docker operations: exposing container ports to host, setting up persistent directories, instance count and etc. 
  • Optionally fully customizable nginx config allowing you to enable HTTP2, specific caching logic, custom SSL certs and etc. 
  • Attach more nodes and create a cluster in seconds! CapRover automatically configures nginx to load balance

Many ways to deploy the app.

  • upload your source from dashboard
  • use command line caprover deploy
  • use webhooks and build upon git push


https://caprover.com/
https://github.com/caprover/caprover

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