Nanobox allows developers to deploy their applications to the cloud provider of their choice (AWS, Linode, Google Cloud, DigitalOcean, etc.) using an automated platform that launches your app by doing all the devops work behind the scenes. With Nanobox, you don’t need to be an expert in Docker, Kubernetes, or the other devops tools that developers often have to learn in order to deploy code to a live server.
In this video, Tyler Flint walks through an example of an application being launched on a DigitalOcean cloud host using the Nanobox platform.
What is Nanobox?
Nanobox is the ideal platform for developers.
It allows you to create consistent, isolated development environments that can be shared, from which you can deploy to any host (AWS, Digital Ocean, Azure, Google, etc.).
Easily manage production applications with the Nanobox dashboard. Deploy and scale with zero downtime, and monitor your application’s health with the statistics panel and the streaming and historical log output.
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