Code where you
Git-push as usual
Run on your Internal Developer Platform
Integrate all your tech and tools through pre-built integrations, the API or IaC. Define the rules of provisioning these resources depending on the environment and application.
Rather than freestyle scripting, you can now define baseline configurations. Devs apply changes to these configs through an API, UI and CLI. Manifests are then created from these changes and can be exported, shared or executed.
What happens if a new image is created? Which service in what environment should be updated and how? Use fine-grained rights and rules to automate your deployments all the way from CI to Cluster.
Define at a granular level who is allowed to do what, deploy where and access which resources.
A lightweight API to help you build your Internal Developer Platform. It streamlines application configuration, serves infrastructure and provides RBAC.
An ecosystem of open integrations to extend and customize your Internal Developer Platform.
A unified UI or CLI for developers to self-serve deployments, environments, databases and more. Golden paths, without restricting those who want to go low-level.
Select images built by your CI pipelines and manage environment variables across services.
Add databases, override defaults, choose the number of replicas, and set DNS.
Add your prefered in-cluster services from an internal catalogue such as Redis, Elastic etc.
Let your IDP create manifests, spin up environments, inject environment variables, deploy to your clusters, take care of DNS and spin up databases.
Humanitec creates manifests for every deployment. Easily clone into other environments, roll-back to previous versions, share with your team or simply export.
Debug your deployment from one central interface. Know exactly what’s running where in what state.
Iterate in small, incremental bits and drive productivity.
Blocked environment? Get a new one. Never wait again.
Enable everybody to track where errors are introduced
Test thoroughly before production environments.