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How Render Works

Instant Deploys For All Your Apps

1

Select a service type

Select between web services, static sites, Docker containers, cron jobs, background workers, and more.

2

Deploy in seconds

3

Update automatically

Run Anything

All Your Services in One Place

Web Apps

Web apps

  • Django
  • Rails
  • Phoenix

Static Sites

Static sites

  • Create React App
  • Gatsby
  • Hugo

Background Workers

Background workers

  • Kafka
  • Celery
  • Sidekiq

APIs

APIs

  • Flask
  • Express
  • GraphQL

Cron Jobs

Cron jobs

Run any command on a fixed schedule reliably and easily.

Dockerfiles

Dockerfiles

Host virtually anything with custom Dockerfiles.

PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL

Fully managed databases with automated backups.

Private Services

Private Services

Run internal services on a private network with ease.

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Compare to Heroku

Moving from Heroku to Render reduced my hosting bill by 80%, and my sites and databases are even faster.

Pricing

Simple and predictable pricing

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We are 🔥 🚀 FireRocket about the new @render Redwood deployment! ✅ included @PostgreSQL ✅ or maybe SQLite for simple, low-cost prototyping ✅ how about auto-deploy on `git push` Run the command below to try it out! (v0.31 required) Complete docs here: https://render.com/docs/deploy-redwood

@redwoodjs

I created my first @render Cron job! I can't believe how easy it was to set up.

@jordan_vinc

Great blog post by @render founder @anuraggoel summarizing the last 12 years: - Heroku stopped innovating from 2010 on (e.g. still no HTTP/2 support) - Many devs moved over to AWS - Platform ("DevOps") Teams have been busy building K8S based internal PaaS

@s0enke

Loving everything about @render at the moment. Highly recommend giving it a shot if you're looking for a new hosting service

@_marktomlinson

I love how simple @render makes deploying web apps. My account is slowing growing 🤓 😜

@pardel

.@render might be the first cloud provider from the ones I have tried so far where I am not terrified of a sudden bill so huge, I might have to declare bankruptcy. Plus the DX is amazing.

@harishkgarg

We've been using @render at @felt from Day 1 and it works so well, hard to tell it's there. So many small decisions that add up to a very pleasant dev experience. Favorite by far is how we spin up an entire version of Felt, with a DB and everything, for each PR.

@can

just tried @render – for static sites for now – and it's super impressive in just 5 minutes of playing with it.

@benadida

wow, really impressed by @render. everything is so fast and easy

@sonny3690

I love how @render are taking their time to get community feedback. 🔥 There are starting to work on Managed Redis soon. I just had an interview with two employees, speaking on how we use Redis on @render and what we would like to see.

@kevcodez

I agree, @render really is better than heroku. No crazy over-provisioned nodes, way higher connection counts, way cheaper, more control. A+ would port again

@harrybrundage
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