Cloud 66 for Containers


Cloud 66 for Containers offers a full stack container management, that can be deployed to any cloud provider or any server. A complete set of tools for building, running and maintaining containerized applications in production.

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Cloud 66 for Containers review by Alvaro I.
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"Awesome PaaS"

What do you like best?

- Support the two technologies that we use the most in the company (Ruby on Rails and Node.js)

- Support Docker and Kubernates

- Have a lot of tools that can make your life easier like ActiveProtect, Failover Groups, LiveLogs, Team Access Control...

- Have a free plan so you can start testing the platform and if you like it you then can start using a paying account

- Multiple database integrations, we personally used MySQL and PostgreSQL but you will also have access to MongoDB, Redis, InfluxDB, RabbitMQ, Memcached and Elastic Search

- Have the ability to access and manage everything via an API as well a some web hook integrations that can help you with your daily activity.

What do you dislike?

- You won't see many dislike with this kind of products. You will probably will have to include other cloud services to your infrastructure... also PaaS can be expensive sometimes, if you don't consider the cost of having an actual DevOps in your team.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

You should definitely test it, keep in mind that this kind of solution aren't cheap, but in the long run could be cheaper than having your own dev ops team.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

This will let you minimize your dev ops time and focus more in the development of a product rather than configuring servers and services.

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Cloud 66 for Containers review by Geoff S.
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"Web-scale Ops for Devs"

What do you like best?

Cloud 66 puts web-scale ops capabilities into the hands of developers for those organizations who may lack their own ops resources. I've been using Cloud 66 and have been recommending Cloud 66 to dozens of organizations over the past 3 years.

What do you dislike?

Not so much a dislike, but it would be cool if C66 could further integrate into select cloud hosting providers to offer integrated billing.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

The business case for me is based purely on developer efficiency and workload resilience. Cloud 66 allows our developers to focus on the code, all while simply implementing DevOps and cloud native operations best-practices.

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