Coolify

Self-hostable Heroku alternative

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About

Coolify

An open-source & self-hostable Heroku / Netlify alternative.

Live Demo

https://demo.coolify.io/

(If it is unresponsive, that means someone overloaded the server. 😄)

Feedback

If you have a new service / build pack you would like to add, raise an idea here to get feedback from the community!

How to install

Installation is automated with the following command:

wget -q https://get.coollabs.io/coolify/install.sh -O install.sh; sudo bash ./install.sh

If you would like no questions during installation:

wget -q https://get.coollabs.io/coolify/install.sh -O install.sh; sudo bash ./install.sh -f

For more details goto the docs.

Features

ARM support is in beta!

Git Sources

You can use the following Git Sources to be auto-deployed to your Coolifyt instance! (Self-hosted versions are also supported.)

  • Github
  • GitLab
  • Bitbucket (WIP)

Destinations

You can deploy your applications to the following destinations:

  • Local Docker Engine
  • Remote Docker Engine (WIP)
  • Kubernetes (WIP)

Applications

These are the predefined build packs, but with the Docker build pack, you can host anything that is hostable with a single Dockerfile.

  • Static sites
  • NodeJS
  • VueJS
  • NuxtJS
  • NextJS
  • React/Preact
  • Gatsby
  • Svelte
  • PHP
  • Laravel
  • Rust
  • Docker
  • Python
  • Deno

Databases

One-click database is ready to be used internally or shared over the internet:

  • MongoDB
  • MariaDB
  • MySQL
  • PostgreSQL
  • CouchDB
  • Redis

One-click services

You can host cool open-source services as well:

Migration from v1

A fresh installation is necessary. v2 and v3 are not compatible with v1.

Support

Contribute

See our contribution guide.

License

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. Please see the LICENSE file in our repository for the full text.

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