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Use any major cloud service provider, or use a custom cloud

Choose your favorite cloud service, including Google Cloud, AWS, PlusOneX, Azure or a custom cloud, and enjoy continuous integration and effective deployment. Pull from GitHub and go.

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The benefits of using your own cloud infrastructure in conjunction with Code Capsules.

Google Cloud

Google Cloud for developers offers a range of tools and services for building, deploying, and scaling applications on the Google Cloud Platform. These include compute options such as Google App Engine and Google Kubernetes Engine, as well as managed services for storage, databases, machine learning, and analytics. Developers can also take advantage of the Google Cloud SDK and API libraries for various programming languages, as well as integrations with popular development tools like Git and Jenkins. Additionally, Google Cloud offers a number of services specifically tailored for machine learning and artificial intelligence, including TensorFlow and Cloud ML Engine, which allow developers to build, train, and deploy models at scale.


AWS Cloud is a collection of cloud computing services provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS). These services operate from 12 geographical regions across the world, and they allow developers to build, test, and deploy applications on a highly scalable and reliable cloud infrastructure. Some of the key services provided by AWS Cloud include Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) for virtualized computing, Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) for object storage, and Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) for relational databases. Additionally, AWS Cloud provides a variety of other services such as machine learning, analytics, and IoT, which enable developers to build sophisticated and powerful applications. With AWS Cloud, developers can focus on writing code rather than managing infrastructure, and can easily scale their applications to meet changing demands.


PlusOneX offers business strategy, technology and transformation. Their field of expertise includes big data, agile cloud, business consultation (with a focus on growth and digitalization), digital media, software development, and unified communications. The PlusOneX team consists of advisors, strategists and engineers, all focused on people and business solutions. Because PlusOneX is involved in your business' transformation from beginning to end, you can rest assured that your business will transition between phases with minimal interruption. Since they use the Agile methodology, your business reaches the next rung rapidly, without sacrificing common sense best practices, and without losing clients. PlusOneX is a great choice if you’re looking for a partner to help your business scale to the cloud and reach new heights.


Azure is a cloud computing platform and service created by Microsoft. It provides a wide range of services, including virtual machines, storage, databases, and analytics, that can be used to build, deploy, and manage applications. With Azure, developers can take advantage of on-demand computing resources, without the need to invest in and maintain their own infrastructure. Additionally, Azure provides a range of tools and services for managing and securing your data and applications, as well as for integrating with other systems and services. Overall, Azure is a powerful and flexible cloud platform that can be used for a wide range of scenarios, from small web apps to large-scale enterprise applications.

Custom Cloud

Picture a cloud computing realm that's crafted with the precision of a master tailor, sewn together with threads of security, and woven with the fabric of control. A private cloud is the epitome of this vision. An environment where every hardware and software resource is at your beck and call, accessible only by those you deem worthy. A private cloud is not just a cloud, but a cloud with a royal touch. It's the perfect union of the cloud computing's scalability, elasticity, and ease of service delivery, with the added security and control of on-premises IT infrastructure. It's the ultimate solution for businesses that deal with confidential documents, intellectual property, personal identifiable information, medical records, financial data, or other sensitive information. You may think that public cloud is the norm, but why settle for a generic solution when you can have a bespoke one, tailored to your specific needs? Many companies choose private cloud over public cloud, as it's the only way to meet their regulatory compliance requirements. And with private cloud architecture built according to cloud native principles, your organization can easily move workloads to a public cloud or run them within a hybrid cloud environment whenever they're ready. Choose a private cloud, and be the ruler of your own cloud kingdom.