Host apps in your own cloud and save on SaaS
Set up self-hosted apps in one click and manage them from an admin dashboard. No code required.
Why would I want to host my own apps?It's simple!
- Own all your data and don't give up privacy
- Avoid being locked in to any SaaS service. Migrate away at any time, your data stays with you.
- Use open-source apps, support the movement while enjoying high-quality products
- Become part of a community of self-hosting enthusiasts, get advice and share knowledge
For coders and tinkerers
- Deploy apps to your cloud in one click
- Admin dashboard to manage your apps
- Community support
$20/month7 days free trial
For teams and non-coders. Everything in Community plus:
- No-code installation
- Access to more one-click apps
- Support the project!
For bigger organisations looking to scale.
- Designated Support manager
- Custom config and back-ups
- Done-for-you migrations and integrations
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Three simple steps
Connect your cloud or run a CLI script
Run one line in CLI on your machine or install without code in your cloud. Gardens will provision a droplet with an admin app installed and configure everything for you.
Pick from a library of 176 one-click apps, featuring classics like Wordpress, Discourse, and Nextcloud, but also new challengers. If you are a coder, deploy your apps from version control or with CI/CD.
Your apps are up and running with SSL, basic configuration and analytics taken care of. It just works, out of the box.
Use a DigitalOcean droplet, with prices starting at $4 per month and free credits
Host on your own machine or server by running a couple CLI scripts
Coming in Q4 2022
Take advantage of Oracle infrastructure, including Always Free tier machines
Request a different hosting option or let us know about your preferred cloud provider
🌟 No lock-in whatsoever
All the data, along with apps, lives in your own cloud. You can always remove Gardens admin app from your server. Your apps will continue working. Only DevOps people could do this in the past!
Before (Without Gardens)
- Set up and configure a VPS/Droplet
- Configure NGINX or another reverse proxy
- Provision LetsEncrypt certificates
- Install Docker, pull images, they're not working, get them to work, try configuring apps, doesn't work, give up, cry
Now (With Gardens)
- Smash that button! 👇 💥
- Everything just works