Allow developers to push feature branches for clients to review. Continue to manage through to production.
Get your site up quickly then be able to deploy multiple times a day. Start off small for private beta and upgrade as you grow.
Pay per instance or a fixed amount for a dedicated VPS that you can deploy all of your projects to.
Allow developers to provision servers and deploy instances for QA and UAT without having to put in IT support requests.
As you may have heard, Eldarion is moving Gondor, its DevOps PaaS for Python / Django applications to Kubernetes—the open-source container orchestration platform originally developed by Google. Kubernetes allows us to greatly expand scalability, enabling us to offer support for more technology stacks as well as private cloud, public cloud and on-premise versions.
Eldarion will be open sourcing this work in a project named Kel™.
Eldarion has been running Gondor, our PaaS offering, successfully for the last five years. Over the last several months we have been looking to expand what Gondor can run (i.e. more than just Python) and where it can run (i.e. alternative infrastructure providers, private clouds, etc). We’ve also wanted to give our users more control over scaling their infrastructure. Our existing platform makes accomplishing these things difficult. With this in mind, we set out to rebuild our platform using newer technologies.
As part of our ongoing effort to further reduce your dev ops workload, we have established an integration with Opbeat to help Gondor customers with exception and performance resolution.
I've been trying to learn Django and use it to improve our business systems for the past two years. Leaning on the infrastructure provided by Gondor to manage, test and deploy Django projects has opened up our ability to make improvements and try some new approaches. Getting access to Gondor's capabilities was a huge turning point for my work in Django.
Gondor has been super easy to work with. It's definitely the fasted path I've encountered to getting a Django app up and running and having multiple deployment environments per app is awesome. It's the right set of features for getting applications up and running quickly and painlessly.
I enjoyed deploying my application to Gondor. The process was simple and the quick response to support on IRC was great.