What is the difference between a Project, an Application, and an Environment?
A project is the site that you're working on. Each project can contain multiple applications and be deployed in multiple environments. An environment is a standalone copy of your site, including apps, databases, storage, data, and all other services. By default,
main branch is the production environment, while all other branches can be set up as identical copies of the prod environment for testing purposes.
How does Qovery manage databases?
container modes for your databases. Basically,
managed mode relies on the managed database provided by the cloud provider. E.g. if you choose
Postgres with the
managed mode while your environment is running on AWS, then Qovery provides an AWS RDS instance. Please check out our database section for further details.
Does Qovery replace Kubernetes?
Behind the scene, Qovery uses Kubernetes. Qovery extends Kubernetes to make it accessible to any developer teams.
Important: Qovery does not modify Kubernetes. It only deploys his services in a
qovery Kubernetes namespace.
Does Qovery support mono repository?
Yes, absolutely! Check out our monorepo guide.
Does Qovery support microservices?
Yes, absolutely! Check out our microservices guide.
What Git providers do you support?
GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket.
Do you support GitHub Enterprise or Gitlab Self-hosted?
Not at the moment, but you can upvote for this feature in our roadmap.
Does Qovery support private Git repository?
Which IP address does my cluster use to communicate externally over the Internet?
There isn't just one public cluster IP adress dedicated to external communication. However, worker nodes inside your cluster each have a public IP automatically attached to them. You can view those default public IPs in the details of your worker nodes (EC2 instances for AWS users) which belong to the node group in your cluster.
For improved security and control, the
Static IP feature allows you to ensure that outbound traffic from your cluster uses specific IP addresses. For more information on the
Static IP feature and how to enable it at cluster creation, see Static IP.
If I have N custom domains under the same root domain, do I need to create N CNAME records, or just creating one for the root domain is enough ?
You have to create N CNAME, one per custom domain
How do you support new Kubernetes version?
The Qovery team manages your Kubernetes cluster's upgrade, and you don't have to think about it. Upgrades from one minor Kubernetes version to another require a good amount of tests to make sure everything goes smoothly with zero interruptions for your app. This is why Qovery always provides 1 or 2 minor versions below the last one offered by the cloud provider. Our goal is to guarantee you the maximum uptime.
More details on this dedicated section: how-does-qovery-handle-cluster-updates-and-upgrades
Can I upgrade my cluster myself
NO and you SHOULDN'T ! More details on this dedicated section: how-does-qovery-handle-cluster-updates-and-upgrades
Can I have access to my Kubernetes cluster?
Absolutely, you can follow this guide.
Can I have access to my application with a shell?
Absolutely, check out our CLI and the
qovery shell command.
How application auto-scaling works?
Take a look at our application documentation.
Why you should use Qovery?
The power of Kubernetes
Under the hood, Qovery uses containers and Kubernetes to run applications. With us, your applications scale accordingly to your traffic and needs. We rely on major cloud providers to provide reliable infrastructure to make your applications highly available.
What's more, we took on our shoulders the complexity of providing and managing other infrastructure requirements you need (like databases or message brokers), so you can focus merely on developing business features.
Simple and Powerful
With Qovery, the cloud is simple again. Get all the benefits of using cloud and Kubernetes without dealing with its complexity. You don't need to hire infrastructure experts - configuring continuous integration, deployment, databases, message brokers, storage, DNS, SSL/TLS, VPCs, and many others - we do it all for you. On Qovery, you can spin up a set of microservices, databases, and other cloud services in minutes with a single Git push!
Built for all developers
Qovery is designed by developers for developers. Our goal is to make your life easier and allow you to move faster. Developer experience is at our heart. Building cloud-native applications was never that fast and simple!
Fully customizable for advanced business use cases
Create teams, split responsibilities, manage privileges, enforce company-wide rules, deploy to multiple clouds, plug in your own CI solutions. Qovery Business allows you to bring your organization to the next level with ease.
How Qovery works under the hood?
Here is a detailed explanation on how Qovery works under the hood.
What is an Active User?
An Active User is someone who made a code change on git or deployed an application in the last 30 days. We do not count contributions to public (open-source) repositories.
How can I contact you?
Feel free to join our Discord server or contact us by email at hello (at) qovery.com.