Private and Secure
Get isolated and single tenant hosted environment in your GCP account with recommended configuration including Kubernetes.
Your code and data will be secure inside your account.
Productive and Powerful
Deploy 12-factor based applications and supercharge your workflow using better developer tools and integrations.
Focus on your "Apps" not on "Ops". No more App-engine idiosyncrasies.
Inexpensive & Optimized
Datacol optimizes your environment with best of community knowledge, providing seamless integration with cloud services.
Get lower bills via sustained discount.
Use Docker images, containers and language buildpacks out of the box. Push your code and we'll do the rest.
Optimized for GCP
We integrate cloud services (like CloudSQL, Pubsub etc.) with recommended settings. You can save upto 40% on your cloud bill.
Use developer friendly CLI to configure and manage your apps.
Send notifications to productivity apps like Slack,
Github and others.
Datacol source code is open-sourced at Github and open to suggestions and contributions.
While Datacol is tied with Google, your apps are still portable, and run elsewhere unlike App-engine.
Datacol is a control layer on top of GCP, to provide Heroku like experience with power of Kubernetes under the hood.
Get started by downloading our CLI to create a stack. It will create a Kubernetes cluster and other resources in your GCP account.
You can deploy multiple apps in cluster and share services among them.
Build your apps and easily deploy them to cluster. You can -
- Create 12-factor apps with Buildpacks, Dockerfile or docker-compose.yml on Kubernetes.
- Provision infrastructure with helm charts managed by us.
- Link GCP services easily (like automatically setting
cloud-sql proxy ,
service-account and many more).
We will automatically setup logging, metrics and alerts to become more productive.
- Configuring Auto scaling
- Executing scheduled and one-off tasks
- HTTPS/SSL certificates using ACME
Be part of our growing community to share knowledge. Our engineers are here to answer questions and help you set up your stack.
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