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Cloud Application Hosting for Developers

The fastest way to host all your
- web apps
- databases
- cron jobs
- workers
- static sites
- APIs
- containers

Instant Deploys For All Your Apps
Select a service type  2. Deploy in seconds  3.  Update automatically

Developers have always been forced to pick between two extremes of cloud infrastructure: expensive yet inflexible platforms that fail to scale, or complex large clouds that impose steep learning curves and massive operations teams.

Render offers the best of both worlds — incredible ease of use coupled with immense power and scalability to power everything from a simple HTML page to complex applications with hundreds of microservices.


Features -
Applications experience variable load. You can handle increased load by upgrading your service to have more resources or by scaling it to have more instances.
Render supports the following scaling methods:
  • Manual scaling: Scale your service to a specific number of instances.
  • Autoscaling: Automatically scale your service based on target CPU and memory utilization.

Private Services
Sometimes you don’t want your service to be accessible to everyone on the Internet. For example, you may want to run an internal cache or database that is only accessible to other services in your Render account. In these cases, you can easily create a private service. Private services can speak any protocol (not just HTTP) and can listen on any port.

Stateless services are simple and scalable, but most complex services eventually end up needing persistent state. Fortunately, you can store state in a fully managed PostgreSQL database on Render.

Redis is an open source, in-memory key-value store that supports high throughput and low latency reads and writes. In practice, it is one of the most flexible and popular caches and data stores. Previously, Redis had to be deployed as a private service on Render. Today, you can create managed Redis instances, which makes it easy to use Redis in a secure, reliable, and completely hands-off way.

The default filesystem for services running on Render is ephemeral. Application data isn’t persisted across deploys and restarts, and this works just fine for most apps because they use managed databases to persist data.

Infrastructure as Code (IaC)
You can use your Render dashboard to create and manage services, but if you have a lot of services or your services require a lot of options, it can be helpful to define your Render infrastructure (services, databases, and environment groups) as code in a render.yaml file.

Preview Environments
It is critical to have testing and staging environments accurately reflect production, but achieving this can be a major operational hassle. Most engineering teams use a single staging environment which makes it hard for developers to test their changes in isolation; the alternative is for devops teams to spin up new testing or staging environments manually and tear them down after testing is done.

Zero Downtime Deploys
Render makes sure your applications never go down, even when your build breaks.

Render API
The Render Public API is a REST API that lets you manage all of your Render services and resources through simple HTTP requests. With this API, you can have all the power of the Render dashboard through your own scripts, allowing you to integrate seamlessly with Render through your own scripts.


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