Automagically deploy to the cloud

Smoothy automates all the complex processes of setting up servers, deploying containerized applications, and backing up sensitive data. All from the same easy-to-use interface.

Step 1: Select the cloud provider that fits you best

There are numerous cloud providers on the market, each with its pros and cons. Smoothy, acts as a layer on top of these cloud providers, and allows software developers to rent servers from any major cloud provider in the world, all from the same easy-to-use interface. This way, software developers do not have to put their eggs into one basket anymore. They can freely choose which cloud providers fit their budget and resource requirements best, without having to compromise on the convenience of a single control panel.

DigitalOcean
DigitalOcean
AWS
AWS

Step 2: Automagically configure your servers

Based on the scale of the project, software developers can choose to set up single Docker servers, or highly-available Kubernetes clusters. Smoothy takes care of all the complexity of networking, orchestration, and security, so the only thing you have to do is sit back for a few minutes until your servers are up and running.

Docker server
Docker server
For small to medium-sized applications.
Kubernetes cluster
Kubernetes cluster
For high traffic, business critical applications.

Step 3: Deploy your source code

To facilitate the time consuming process of building and deploying online applications, Smoothy offers a fully automated CI/CD pipeline. This allows software developers to transform their source code into an online application with a single "git push".

Github
Github
Bitbucket
Bitbucket
Gitlab
Gitlab

Step 4: Deploy any application stack

Smoothy contains an extensive catalog of some of the most popular applications. This allows software developers to deploy applications like Docker containers, NoSQL, SQL, and special-purpose databases, and more, in a matter of seconds.

Docker image
Docker image
MySQL
MySQL
PostgreSQL
PostgreSQL
Redis
Redis
MongoDB
MongoDB
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