I could be wrong but those look like PaaS templates (sort of like docker compose files or even the newer k8s helm templates). Installing things with lots of interconnected components only gets you 20% though. Someone has to understand what it installed, maintain this, have a backup system, periodically update this, apply patches etc. This is why I think they target devops and are selling infrastructure (as in, they are not selling "scalable wordpress"). Of course, if they do all that, then it's a very good solution for hosting scalable apps. At least with Cloudron, our goal is not to install jitsi for 500 users or wordpress for million hits per day. Those products have to be priced very differently and have very different solution/architecture as well.