Create your PHP environment with a few clicks
Gnerating your environments has never been easier. Use our convenient environment editor to generate a docker-compose file. Run it locally or launch it in the cloud. Stop and restart environments and servers, monitor their status from a single control panel.
Handy environment editor
Laravel or Wordpress? Redis or PostgreSQL? Select the needed options and generate your environment. Edit a running environment, all the changes will be applied on-the-fly.
Monitor the status of all your environments and servers in one signle panel. Receive email-notifications when the status changes.
Download the docker-compose.yml file. Seamlessly run the environment with Docker on a local machine.
Run in the cloud
Link your cloud provider like AWS EC2 or DigitalOcean to your CloudEstuary account and run your environments there in one click.
Sometimes unexpected errors may occur to your app. E.g. your database was shut down and cannot start properly. Use Repair function to recreate your environment. All your data will be safe. No devops knowledge is required.
Toolbelt Coming soon!
You can connect CloudEstuary to your CI System and use it to create and manage your apps.
Vagrant works fantastic, but one of the downfalls is that it leads to a large VM file for each virtual machine taking up disk space on my laptop. But today I found another way. The fine folks at CloudEstuary have created an easy to use web-based tool to create PHP environments.
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Free of charge
Our service is in the early beta and it is absolutely free. We are going to implement premium plan till the end of 2017. We are going to offer 6 months for free for those clients who sign up before that moment. There will also be a free plan with limited capabilities.