Great software and web applications don’t just appear out of nowhere.

Great software and web applications don’t just appear out of nowhere. They are written, tested, adjusted and finalized before finally being put online by competent programmers. Then, the process starts all over again. Apps are always having to be tweaked and updated. This is where Deploybot comes in: Deploybot can help you with the build and deployment process. 

Deploybot: a consistent process for the entire team

“Deploy your code anywhere” is Deploybot’s slogan. Deploybot, formerly, has set out to support web and app developers when it comes to building and deploying projects.

The idea is to create a consistent process for the entire team with which they can write and also instantly distribute code at the push of a button. Otherwise, in many cases, it is actually not that easy to distribute written code — it usually has to be “built” using previously established rules.

Build and deploy with Deploybot

For instance, when you write a file, you might have to minify or translate it before you can upload it. Without Deploybot, you would have to execute all the necessary scripts manually. On the other hand, with Deploybot, all you need is a simple command and the helper does the rest – it executes all the preset scripts and commands. If you are dealing with dozens of files, this saves you a lot of time.

You can combine Deploybot with GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, or any other Git repository, and it is also compatible with Amazon’s AWS, DigitalOcean, heroku, Shopify, and many more. Other cloud providers, such as Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure, are in the planning stages.

In addition, it is also possible to send notifications about recent changes or deployments through the messenger of your choice, such as Slack, for example. Additionally, all the steps of the development can be monitored via monitoring tools like New Relic or bugsnag.

Individual rights for every user

There is no reason to track changes manually anymore. Deploybot simplifies the process. It can retract problematic rollouts at the push of a button, and it shares release notes with everybody on the team.

You can also monitor the deployment process in real time, and assign different access rights to team members (or to clients, for example). And the best part is: the user “on the other side” barely notices anything about this process.

Do you want to know more about Deploybot, or set up your Deploybot right away? Go to our website here!

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