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Free / Open Source
Commercial support available
Commercial support on open source version


The cloud PaaS to develop, deploy, host and secure websites and apps

Success Cases

Uppler: "Fast and easy for the online B2B marketplace leader"

To facilitate and speed up the development and deployment of the Uppler platform. A PaaS that supports multiple deployments with no extra working time. Significant time savings, providing a streamlined experience for all Uppler customers.

Truth Initiative: "Truth Initiative successfully delivers vaping prevention messages to young adults thanks to its scalable site capacity"

Truth Initiative's Chief Information and Cyber Security Officer Derrick Butts went in search of a platform provider that would enable Truth Initiative to scale up site capacity easily and quickly at the launch of a campaign to support the continuous evolution and delivery of the anti-nicotine messaging at scale.

SportRx: "Athletic eyewear retailer SportRx hits peak performance with"

To find a scalable solution, including modern development and automated deployments, to meet a 40% annual growth goal SportRx asked to help them put their best foot forward. delivererd a secure, scalable, agile solution, with triple redundancy and high memory to support ecommerce needs on Magento

Boardspot: "BoardSpot SaaS solution frees nonprofit boards to focus on good works"

Oxbow’s spinoff company, BoardSpot, fulfills the vision of all nonprofits: to realize the full potential of their boards through access to information and collaboration. To bring the vision to life, the BoardSpot team recognized early on that they’d need to develop the nonprofit board portal with a new set of tools and with features powerful enough to support the needs of enterprise-scale nonprofits, yet intuitive enough for volunteer board members to feel comfortable immediately. Built with and delivered as a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), BoardSpot complements Oxbow’s work and enables an expanded service offering to nonprofits looking for a suite of robust online solutions.

Pixelant: "Pixelant +"

Over time, the Pixelant team found itself spending more time managing infrastructure than building new features. Cloudnet, Pixelant’s managed hosting provider, imposed a heavy infrastructure modification process that required Pixelant to contact the provider every time they wanted to implement even minor changes; this approach significantly slowed the team’s dev workflow. Eventually, Pixelant founder Robert Lindh began to look for a more flexible solution. And he chose support its growth goals and enhance efficiencies, Pixelant adopted in 2018. The platform helps to streamline workflow, refocus development skills on new client features, experiences, and solutions

University of Missouri: "University of Missouri +"

For Mizzou’s marketing and Central IT teams, adopting and implementing standards, security, and compliance policies across their web properties meant that everyone would (over time) use the same kinds of tools, (including content management systems) and processes. Based on these criteria UM IT team chose They adopted to implement the cloud rollout while adhering to the university’s security and compliance mandates.

UNICEF: "UNICEF Switzerland and Liechtenstein +"

To eliminate limited, time-consuming testing processes that impeded development workflow they adopted to gain the flexibility to test and deploy new services faster

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