Cloud 66

San Francisco, CA, USA
2011
Jun 24, 2022   |  By Khash Sajadi
Last week, I showed you how to build and deploy a Go Web application (or API backend for a frontend framework like React or Vue) to a cloud provider, using Docker as a process manager. In this post, which is part of two of this series, I will show you a second method of deploying a Go Web app or backend to any cloud, using Docker Swarm.
Jun 22, 2022   |  By Kasia Hoffman
Audit Logs automatically record all user activities across all of your applications and team members. Audit Logs provide all the information you need to assess changes made to your account, such as IP address, date and time (displayed in your timezone), geo-location (accurate to the city), and the team members involved.
Jun 17, 2022   |  By Khash Sajadi
Go has emerged as a popular option to develop web applications, especially for API backends, used by a React or Vue frontend. This post is the first of a multi-post series on the deployment of a web application to a cloud provider, starting with the simplest form of deployment, all the way to using Kubernetes for your web apps.
May 31, 2022   |  By Kasia Hoffman
Are you looking for an alternative to Netlify for your Jamstack sites? If the answer is yes you are in the right place. In this post, we compare Netlify with Cloud 66 and guide you through the process of moving your site from Netlify to Cloud 66 in a few easy steps.
May 25, 2022   |  By Kasia Hoffman
Cloud 66 offers a range of deployment options for Rails applications, each offering different benefits and trade-offs.
May 12, 2022   |  By Kasia Hoffman
Great news! We now support multiple custom domains for prepress applications, including apex/root domains! Want more info? Read more on configuring DNS with Prepress.
May 10, 2022   |  By Kasia Hoffman
We are happy to announce that we launched Cloud 66 on the GitHub Marketplace. Our presence on GitHub Marketplace allows developers to deploy their code directly from their repository to their own servers on any cloud in minutes.
Apr 27, 2022   |  By Kasia Hoffman
Preview Deployments automatically build and deploy a (private) preview version of your application whenever you commit changes to your repo. The preview runs alongside your active application and helps you to quickly test changes to your code without having to deploy to a separate environment.
Apr 14, 2022   |  By Kasia Hoffman
If you have a marketing website, blog, or any type of static website, this one is for you. We just rolled out a major update on our static site builder, Prepress. The Prepress v2 release includes: All at $1.99 per site per month! Read more about Prepress v2.
Apr 12, 2022   |  By Kasia Hoffman
In this post, we are going to use a Gatsby sample to showcase how to deploy and manage Jamstack sites with Cloud 66 Prepress. We'll also list the statics site frameworks that are available on Cloud 66 Prepress.
Jun 22, 2022   |  By Cloud 66
What are Audit Logs? Audit Logs automatically record all user activities across all of your applications and team members. Audit Logs provide you with all the information you need to assess changes made to your account, such as IP address, date and time (displayed in your timezone), geo-location (accurate to the city), and the team members involved.
May 23, 2022   |  By Cloud 66
Rails Deployment Options And there are two types of Rollout strategies available: Containerized Apps Deployment Options
Apr 25, 2022   |  By Cloud 66
What are Preview Deployments? Preview Deployments automatically build and deploy a (private) preview version of your application whenever you commit changes to your repo. The preview runs alongside your active application and helps you to quickly test changes to your code without having to deploy to a separate environment. More Info.
Jan 11, 2022   |  By Cloud 66
(Network Features - Part 1 of 3.) Web Traffic Filters: The web traffic filters allow you to black and white listing traffic based on source IP and/or country of origin via the Cloud 66 dashboard.
Jan 11, 2022   |  By Cloud 66
(Network Features - Part 2 of 3.) Web Application Firewalls (WAF) WAF is an HTTP-level firewall that protects your application against well-known attacks and exploits. Using WAF, you can block traffic to your applications from certain origins and detect and block specific attacks from reaching your application.
Jan 11, 2022   |  By Cloud 66
(Network Features - Part 3 out of 3.) Surge Protection helps prevent denial of service (DOS) attacks. Cloud 66 automatically blocks any IP address that makes more than 1,500 requests per minute to your server(s).
Oct 26, 2021   |  By Cloud 66
What are Application Private Networks? An Application Private Network (APN) is a private, encrypted network running in parallel with your standard network - essentially a VPN for your application.
Oct 5, 2021   |  By Cloud 66
What are Registered Servers? Registered Servers are a simple way to create a pool of servers on private and public cloud that can be used on any stack and configuration. Applications can be deployed across a hybrid of cloud and registered servers, in this way you could have a dedicated server for your database and burst cloud servers for your front end.
Sep 28, 2021   |  By Cloud 66
Announcing Cloud 66 Prepress, it generates static web pages (Jamstack, like Jekyll, Gatsby, or Hugo) based on the automatically detected framework with full logs and deploys them to AWS.
Aug 24, 2021   |  By Cloud 66
What are Service Accounts? Service Accounts are "headless" Cloud 66 accounts - they are like team members that cannot log into the UI. They allow you to set up automation tasks or notifications that are not bound to a real person's account.

Cloud 66 helps developers to deploy code, directly from the repository to their own servers on any cloud.

Discover Cloud 66 products:

  • Cloud 66 for Rails - allows developers to deploy and manage Rails, Sinatra, and other Rack-based applications on any cloud.
  • Cloud 66 Maestro - offers a full-stack container management service backed up by Kubernetes. You can deploy any application (any language, any framework) to any cloud, as long as you have a Dockerfile.
  • Cloud 66 Prepress - builds and deploys pre-rendered, JAMStack applications (Jekyll, Hugo, or Gatsby) on your own cloud.

From commit to production in minutes. Getting started:

  • Connect your Git repository. We will analyze your code and automatically suggest the best configuration for you.
  • Connect your cloud provider or server. We are natively integrated with AWS, DigitalOcean, Hetzner, Linode, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Vultr, OVH cloud and Maxihost. Or bring your own server and we'll provision it for you.
  • Deploy! Once your application is deployed take the advantage of our features to enhance your application.

Features:

  • Provision — builds your infrastructure straight from your code.
  • Deployment — supports rolling, parallel, blue/green and canary deployment strategies and full deployment history with easy rollbacks.
  • Databases - supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redis, ElasticSearch, Memcached & RabbitMQ deployment, backups and replication on your own servers.
  • Security — provides simple firewall management, stress-free DDoS protection and powerful account security tools.
  • Scaling — cloud load balancing, worker process management and horizontal scaling on any cloud.
  • Teams — unlimited team members at no extra cost, with fine-grained control over permissions and roles. Multi-organization support.

Cloud 66 products help companies build, deploy and manage their applications without hiring DevOps teams.