you don't need to learn or worry about them.
web: gunicorn appliku_start.wsgi release: python manage.py migrate celery: celery worker -A appliku_start.celeryapp:app
You get a dashboard where you can configure build settings, custom domains, see resource consumption and more.
Ship databases with your app without additional cost.
Switch to production grade offerings later when you really need it.
For most cases you don’t need to configure anything to build your app.
When you need to customise the build process – you can use your own Dockerfile instructions in application settings.
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Yes. You supply the servers. We supply the configuration, management,
and maintenance you need to run apps reliably on your own boxes.
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Yes, you definitely can.
Even better, we have a tool called Heroku Config Vars Sync that makes gradual migration possible. You can start by moving your non web workers to Digital Ocean first to start saving money. They will be have up-to-date configuration variables and you don't have to worry about updating them manually.
A refund is issued if there is a technical problem with the product and we can’t help you to resolve the problem. Appliku is free to try, so please make sure to check it out before purchasing.
Appliku gives you Heroku experience, but helps to stay cost efficient by running on your own cloud servers.
We manage servers, packages, configuration, databases for you.
If your app requires special build steps you can specify the build command in application settings.
If your app requires running a command when you push a new release – specify the "release" command in Procfile.
If your build process is complex or uses technologies that we don't support out of the box – you can write your own Dockerfile in application settings.
If it can run in Docker – it can run with Appliku.