Coolify - An open-source & self-hostable Heroku / Netlify alternative
jdaviescoates last edited by
I'm not really sure this is something that could run on Cloudron (if not I guess this should be in Discuss instead), or if it's actually a more geeky alternative of sorts, but I figured people here might be interested:
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An open-source & self-hostable Heroku / Netlify alternative
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It only takes a minute.
wget -q https://get.coollabs.io/coolify/install.sh -O install.sh; sudo bash ./install.sh
Deploy Static, NodeJS, Svelte, React, Vue, Next, Nuxt, Astro, PHP, Rust, and more... applications hassle-free with automatic reverse proxy and free SSL certificates!
One-click MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, CouchDB, RedisDB instances ready to use, locally or over the internet!
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Need integration with GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket (WIP) , Gitea (WIP) both hosted or self-hosted version? You are in the right place!
No matter what you host, you can deploy it anywhere, Local Docker Engine, Remote Docker Engine (WIP), or Kubernetes (WIP).
Commit / Pull Request deployments
Automagically deploy new commits and pull requests separately to quickly review contributions and speed up your teamwork!
You can manage teams easily with our new team management system. Each team is separated by a namespace, and you can create as many teams as you want.
Hassle-free installation and upgrade
Install and upgrade your all-in-one IaaS platform with one button!
v2 is fully rewritten from scratch and eliminated all the restrictions that v1 had!
Read the docs here.
- https://docs.coollabs.io/coolify/installation#start-coolify (Docker installation)
coolLabs is an umbrella name for open-source, self-hostable and privacy-focused applications and services.
As discovered by @scooke here:
Played around with this in a VM and this would be absolutely perfect in cloudron just to be able to spin up various DBs and have a more dev friendly web app deployment system. Currently the method I found works for a Nuxt.js app is to build the app right into the same repo as the cloudron app, or two different repos.
My use case for more dev friendly apps is 1) only 1 server with cloudron running bare metal, 2) I have 1 IP address and 3) I want to avoid a VPS