Batteries-included, hassle-free Python deployment. MariaDB, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redis, Elasticsearch, RabbitMQ, and SSL—all included at no extra cost.
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Build sites and apps faster with native support for pipenv, and yaml-driven configuration of PostgreSQL, Redis, Elasticsearch, and more. Build and deploy your Python apps without having to manage add-ons from a 3rd party marketplace.
Platform.sh solves the issue by giving you an immutable infrastructure for hosting your Python projects. We build your hosting environment from scratch every time you
git push, so you always know what you’re getting at deploy time. You tell us what you project needs to fly, and we’ll take it from there.
We support both Python 2 and 3, and our Git-based workflow makes it a snap to test out your Python 2 application’s readiness for Python 3.
Platform.sh is a second-generation PaaS. We drew inspiration from the simplicity of a Git-based development and deployment workflows and took it further. Rather than having to rely on paid, third-party integrations to add services like Solr or Redis to your project, we include a list of hosted services with every project—by default. No surprise add-ons. No support tickets.
We also fulfill the promise of Git as a team-oriented development tool. You’re no longer limited to just hosting your master environment. Every branch of your project can have a completely functional hosting environment you can modify as you see fit, with just a few lines of configuration.
Collaboration has never been this easy.
Our main API is Git. You can do most operations by just pushing code or a config file. Then watching your cluster configure itself automatically.
Manage your projects directly from within your terminal. Anything you can do in the Platform.sh UI, you can do in your terminal with our CLI.
Platform.sh is integrated with GitHub and Bitbucket and can generate new environments on demand for every pull or merge request.
How to call Solr, Redis, MySQL, and more from your Python application.
There’s no easier way to get started developing on Platform.sh. Check out our library of templates for Django, Python 3, or uWSGI.
Library provides a streamlined and easy-to-use way to interact with a Platform.sh environment. Find utility methods to access routes and relationships more cleanly than reading the raw environment variables yourself.