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Much more than hosting
Divio brings together Django hosting, developer tools and pre-configured projects including django CMS and Wagtail, into one platform backed by passionate support. It saves you time and configuration frustration.
In less than an hour you can launch a professional custom website complete with a powerful content management system.
Divio Cloud reduces environment set-up frustration to the minimum - if not totally. We are migrating our Django projects to Divio Cloud because it allows us to focus on what really matters to our clients.
READY TO GO
Pre-configured and optimised
Pre-configured and optimised project set-ups get you going faster - pick-and-mix your preferred configuration and tailor the look and feel to your exact requirements.
Addons can be used to extend your project with new features and easily integrate popular third-party services. Addons are created and shared by the Divio developer community and constantly growing.
With Divio Cloud I'm super fast and I can focus on what I like the most: developing custom applications.
Perfectly synchronised across the cloud
The Divio developer tools can automatically set-up your local work environment and make it easy to synchronise and deploy projects across the included testing and live environments.
Modern container-based hosting means projects behave and run in an identical manner everywhere, with no manual environment tweaking required.
Divio Cloud is able to transform a complicated deployment process into a very simple one that anyone can use. The web interface is also clear and easy to use for anybody within our company.
Passionate about great support
Any questions or issues you have are handled by a support team who are passionate about all things Django and who contribute to leading open-source projects.
The support teams are distributed globally to ensure availability across timezones and can rapidly respond to any questions.
On top of a great and modern product, the support is extremely fast and handled by people who know what they are doing!
What's included ?
Automated site monitoring
Built-in monitoring alerts our team to potential issues, so they can be dealt with before they become problems.
USER AND ROLES MANAGEMENT
Manage users and their roles in different projects, from administrators to clients and freelancers, all in a team-centred workflow.
BUILT FOR DJANGO
Optimised hosting for django CMS, Wagtail and Oscar, with one-click updates and expertly pre-configured projects.
Work with confidence, knowing you can roll back your database, code or media files to a previous state in seconds.
MANAGED POSTGRES DATABASE
We take care of the database, ensuring that it's up-to-date, configured for security, and optimised for Django applications.
GIT VERSION CONTROL
All your project code is versioned in Git, so you can track and revert changes and use a Git workflow for project development.
Powerful command-line and visual tools that help you to develop and deploy quickly while still having full control over the stack
Burstable soft-limits mean that your sites stay fast and responsive regardless of traffic.
An expert support team that delight in using Django and actively contribute code and know-how to the free software community.
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