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RUN@cloud builds on the power of the CloudBees Platform to allow developers to quickly and easily deploy Java applications to the cloud. In fact, deploy on any cloud you wish with our flexible AnyCloud deployment options. RUN@cloud brings traditional application server functionality to the cloud, providing load balancing, scalability and high availability for web applications, Java EE applications and Spring applications. Your team can write software the same way they always have, using the same tools they would normally use for a traditional Java EE middleware deployment...then deploy instantly to the cloud!
- Standards-based, open platform for cloud-based production deployment. CloudBees services are based on true open standards and open source software, so you have ultimate flexibility and portability if you need to move your application.
- Scale up, down, out, as needed. Applications built on RUN@cloud enjoy unlimited scalability.
- Cloud-native design takes full advantage of cloud architecture, leveraging infrastructure and providing built-in services such as provisioning, metering and billing.
- Powerful managed services give you all the control you need to run mission-critical, enterprise-level applications -- without the IT burden of installing and maintaining infrastructure.
- Infrastructure agnostic, thanks to AnyCloud deployment services. You can deploy on any Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) you wish or your own cloud. Get more information on AnyCloud deployment options.
- Seamless rollover from development to production for applications developed with DEV@cloud.
Thousands of applications have already been deployed on RUN@cloud's rock-solid platform. The RUN@cloud service makes production deployment easy. To see how, watch the video below.