Amvera Cloud is a platform that empowers developers to build and run websites, applications or any other IT-services.
In Amvera, you can make changes to your program code by simply pushing updates to a Git repository. It's much easier than traditional hosting.
Through container technology, Amvera scales solutions more easily and automatically restarts applications in case of failures.
If you are migrating to Amvera from Heroku - read the instructions for migrating the service from Heroku
Instructions for migrating a service from Heroku
$15 will be automatically credited to the internal account for all new users upon registration as part of the ongoing beta test
If your project needs a larger limit for testing - contact us, we will add additional bonuses!
IT infrastructure that does not require constant configuration
Each container contains program files for only one function. Therefore, Amvera starts and runs faster than virtual machines
Containers - on servers united in clusters. As your project grows, Amvera automatically uses more servers
You send a PUSH to a GIT repository. Amvera does the rest: configuring servers, deploying your updates
Use Amvera as an analogue of managed Kubernetes to implement microservice architecture in your projects
Automate code delivery and deployment using GIT's PUSH mechanics
DBMS and GIT as a service
Use a managed DBMS and a dedicated GIT repository to focus on code
Upcoming scheduled updates
Updates planned in upcoming releases. The dates are planned, the actual dates of implementation may vary.
Logs (restoring functionality)
Deadline - December 30, 2022 Current Status: Done
Deadline - December 30, 2022 Current Status: Done
Deadline - January 15, 2023 Current status: development Upcoming work: testing How to solve the problem now: write amvera.yml yourself, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
DBMS (PostgreSQL, Redis, SQLite) in the interface
Deadline - until January 30, 2023. Current status: development How to solve the problem now: contact email@example.com, we will send PostgreSQL access parameters.
What is a container?
A container is an isolated environment for an application with all the program files it needs to run. Only one service or function is placed in a container. Therefore, it weighs less than a virtual machine image, and it starts and runs faster.
Who sets up containers and how?
Containers are hosted on servers united in a cluster. Containers need to be orchestrated, that is, to build a "schedule" for their launch and distribute the load on the servers. Amvera uses Kubernetes technologies for container orchestration.
What should I do?
Your task is only to send Push to the Git repository. Amvera takes care of the rest: administration of containers, connection of new servers when scaling your project and setting up their configuration.
Founder & CEO
We are creating a service whose task is to facilitate the development process. Amvera's mission is to let you focus on your project, not infrastructure administration.
Founder & CTO
Infrastructure hosting using virtual machines is a technology of yesterday with a number of disadvantages: the need to configure configurations, not very fast startup and operation, etc. Using containers with competent orchestration and the ability to roll updates directly from GIT makes it easier to scale, improves fault tolerance and gives a new user experience.
The container technology on which the Amvera service is built is a true disruptive innovation. All the advantages of virtual machines are preserved (several projects on one server, environment conflict is excluded), while the consumption of software resources (processor power, RAM) is much less.
When scaling a project on virtual machines, there are certain difficulties, the entry threshold: you need to set up configurations, spend a DevOps specialist resource. Amvera allows you to do without it. Even a small business without a full-time developer will appreciate how easy it is to scale a project on a smart cloud.
Examples of customers using the Amvera service
To demonstrate the operation of our speech recognition algorithm, we made a telegram bot: you can send a voice message to it and receive a text transcript in response. We decided to deploy the bot in the AmVera service. AmVera turned out to be much easier to set up than a dedicated server, and provided a faster response time.
Speech recognition service Clarity Speech
We used the AmVera service for hosting passport recognition solutions. Our product is demanding on resources and requires uptime. Tariff "Highly loaded" fully satisfied our request.
Студия заказной разработки решений на основе ML
Media monitoring requires a large number of microservices and easy horizontal scalability. The most suitable solution turned out to be the use of a set of containers in AmVera: as the project grew, we didn't have to configure the configurations of each new server or virtual machine, the AmVera service did everything for us.
Studio for custom development of solutions based on ML
We used the AmVera infrastructure to host a personalized product recommendation service for online stores. Due to the need to regularly update the solution, the ability to push updates to the GIT repository and deploy them automatically became an advantage.
Personalized recommendations service developer
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