Design, deployment and development of modern web apps is still a mess. Too many tools, redundant work, miscommunication within the team—the result is a delay in delivery, unhappy developers, and stressed stakeholders. As your application grows, it becomes harder to keep track of services and build a scalable architecture with everyone on the team on the same page.
We’ve set out to fix this by building an end-to-end flow from your repositories to the cloud of your choice—un-opinionated, flexible, and with no vendor lock-in.
Design services and APIs rapidly and manage deployments on your own.
Spin up backend services yourself and develop your frontend against them.
Spend less time on configuration and focus on what matters: maintaining stable production systems.
Gain end-to-end insights with one layer overseeing all steps from code to production.
Engineers should focus on solving the hard problems and not waste time on redundant configuration and setup tasks. Humanitec’s platform helps you to build or import services once and reuse them throughout the architecture while following a joint authentication model. Compatibility by design allows you to reuse services or just test subsets.
Designing your endpoints as a team requires a lot of communication and frustrated developers waiting for other teams to finish their work. However, it doesn’t need to be like this. Sketch and design your architecture with joint authentication through Humanitec’s API gateway, which includes auto-discovery of existing endpoints.
In modern workflows, individual developers should not be blocked by dependencies on teammates. Our platform allows all authorized developers to set up development environments with one click, including auto-configured Docker, Helm, data-bases, SSL, DNS and even secrets management. Access logs and monitoring from one interface. The platform integrates with your repos and your existing tools and comes with a CI/CD pipeline. You can also export the configured application layer and deploy it to production yourself. Our systems are cloud-agnostic and can ship to any cluster that support Kubernetes.