Platform.sh for Germany
Revolutionize your development and deployment process with full-stack environments for each git branch. Protect your data with Platform.sh German Enterprise hosting.
Perfect for Typo3, Drupal, Symfony and custom PHP
Incredible Performance & Agile Scaling - hosted in Germany
Running on top of Microsoft Azure’s cloud stack, optimized storage layer and network stack deliver best-in-class time to first byte and consistent throughput under heavy load. Clusters can scale vertically and horizontally to hundreds of CPUs with no downtime.
Unique high productivity features
A full stack environment for every git branch: On-the-fly creation of staging servers that are perfect replicas of the production cluster (including its data) for every pull-request allow testing every feature in parallel and in perfect isolation.
Enterprise-grade security and stability
Our triple-redundant stack isolates components and splits site resources across machines and even datacenters allowing us to offer up to 99.99% uptime SLA on the complete stack accompanied by 24/7 support with guaranteed response times.
A sovereign PaaS for Germany
built for data security
All customer data is stored in new German data centers controlled by T-Systems. No other party can access customer data - nor can it be passed on to a third party or surrendered to a foreign court.
Your contract is with Platform.sh GmbH, a German company whose parent company is based in France and subject to French law.
Your applications will run in Microsoft Cloud Deutschland’s new German data centers, which are controlled by T-Systems as data trustee to ensure data sovereignty.
Access to all customer data stored is exclusively controlled by T-Systems. No other party can access the data, nor can it be passed on to a third party or surrendered to a foreign court.
Microsoft employees have no administrative top-level rights to access customer data.
Microsoft employees can not log in to the server with client data itself.
Interested? Find out more...
Yes, I want to try out Platform.sh!