Build

Choose your ideal stack from our growing list of Blueprints. Visually architect your own private cloud.

Deploy

We make it easy to launch and scale your application. Simply link your Git repo and deploy with one click.

Manage

Let us take the frustration out of managing your stacks. Spin up and tear down environments in seconds.

Step 1

Connect your AWS account. Deploy apps in your own private cloud.

Step 2

Use our curated blueprints to launch your ideal stack.

Step 3

Add your Application. Deploy your app from any Git repository.

Deploy any application in minutes

FAQ

How do I get started?

Signing up for our free beta is the best way to get started. To get the most out of Caylent, you’ll need an AWS account in order to deploy stacks. If you don’t have one you can create an account here

What cloud providers do you support?

We currently support Amazon Web Services. We are working on adding support for additional providers.

Does Caylent support Docker containers or traditional apps, or both?

Technically you can deploy both Docker containers and traditional apps, but our focus is on containers at this time. Creating Dockerfiles for your apps is generally straightforward.

How does this work?

During the onboarding process, you’ll be guided through a wizard that helps you start deploying apps quickly. After connecting your cloud provider, you’ll want to either connect your container registry or select from one of our pre-built Blueprints.
You can specify what types of stacks you want to provision (i.e. dev, staging, production) along with any dependencies and environment variables. Then simply define which apps, if any, you want continuously deployed and to which stacks. You’ll be able to specify any external third party services and databases that need to be created alongside your stacks. The stack resources are then auto-magically created in your cloud and the apps and services you’ve specified are deployed. Further deployments can be done manually or are automatically triggered depending on the CD pipeline that you selected.

What’s a stack?

A stack is a collection of resources that can include things like servers, load balancers, databases, storage, and more.

What’s going on under the hood?

Our backend is talking to your cloud provider account directly using the SDK or API. We poll your container registry or code repository for updates, and provide a RESTful endpoint for triggers. In the case of container orchestration, we talk directly to the scheduling API and expose the same functionality to you.

Is this true high-availability?

Yes, by default we provision servers across multiple regions and data-centers.

Who handles DNS?

At the moment, you configure DNS via Route 53 or any other DNS provider. We are working on adding automated DNS management support.

Can I specify my own Blueprints?

Not yet, but we are working on it. We’ll offer the ability to define custom Blueprints via YAML or JSON config file and even share them in our App Store.

What are the different ways I can use Caylent?

At the moment, through app.caylent.com or via our RESTful API. We plan to add a CLI in the near future.

Do you have API documentation?

API documentation is coming very soon!

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