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Share your project as a Cloud Sketch

Posted by Paul Scott

Deploy4Me Cloud Sketches

What is a Cloud Sketch?

We are happy to present a new feature of Deploy4Me service. It is called the Cloud Sketch. The Cloud Sketch is a shared project, which you can send to your colleagues and friends. Anyone can deploy a new project using the Cloud Sketch as a template. It gives you an opportunity to share your experience in architecture and deployment planning with other people. The feature would help to discuss the deployment with a customer; share a task for the students; hand over the environment to another person; let the community know about the best practices or explain the plan to others.

Read more | Comments (0) | Feb 09, 2016

Price reduction on Premium Packages

Posted by Paul Scott

Deploy4Me Premium Packages just got cheaper

We are happy to announce a price reduction for all our premium packages. The top packages became twice attractive with the same high level of the service and support. You can also notice that we added more pages to your account to make your balance and purchases even more understandable.

We also happy to announce that now all software are available for 1 CR. There are no more separation of major and promoted software. In practice, that means that all your existing credits just got 5 times more valuable! Even the complimentary credits now can be used to deploy any product in your cloud.

We hope that the changes will bring more simplicity to your business and projects. No code, no manuals, no headache. Your comments are more than welcome.

Read more | Comments (0) | Mar 12, 2015

Welcome to Deploy4Me blog!

Posted by Paul Scott

Deploy4Me Now Open

Today we start posting to the company blog. As you know Deploy4Me is a cloud deployment service. Our main goal is to create a service which will change the attitude of the business to the server software installation and deployment. We are going to make a breakthrough in the way how people deploy a software and use a cloud.

To help with it, we would move our service in the four main directions:

  1. Software Database which will cover as many software products as we can;
  2. Cloud integration for the most popular cloud providers;
  3. User interface for less experienced users who just need the server software for business or project. Less configuration, less time spending, more value;
  4. Professional architecture and infrastructure advice. The good architecture should not be a compromise.

Read more | Comments (0) | Jan 29, 2015