Powering SymfonyCloud and more

Platform.sh is the cloud behind Symfony SAS's SymfonyCloud, which provides developers with agile development all the way to production — right from the command line.

Building PHP microservices, or integrating multiple languages in your projects? Run and manage them together with multiapp support in every Platform.sh project.

Designed for developers

Focus on your sites, not DevOps
Focus on your sites, not DevOps

Start your Symfony projects quickly, and onboard developers with ease. Platform.sh manages infrastructure and operations so your team can focus on writing great code and launching sites.

Eliminate bottlenecks
Eliminate bottlenecks

Platform.sh creates a perfect replica of production for you to test every change, so you can launch successfully, anytime. Code and test in parallel with environments for every developer or team.

Scale predictably or on demand
Scale predictably or on demand

Platform.sh Enterprise delivers zero-downtime scalability that lets you scale to meet peak traffic.

Platform.sh’s approach is very attractive. In my opinion it’s something of a killer application. It allows one to benefit from a production hosting solution integrated with a development and deployment workflow.”

Fabien Potencier, Symfony Founder, and CEO, Symfony SAS

SymfonyCloud — powered by Platform.sh

It takes just seconds to get a project ready, and up and running. SymfonyCloud has been built as a CLI-first experience — just like Symfony, with bin/console.

Migrate a project to SymfonyCloud by moving your code and database content. Your services are running in containers in minutes, with one configuration file.

tools

The greatest toolbox for PHP developers

Git

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.

Command line

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.

Composer

With built-in Composer support, no need to check in your vendor directory. Just push your composer.json to us and we'll handle it, just as it should be.

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