What’s the difference between Flashdrive, Heroku, and Qovery?

FlashDrive is a complete Platform-As-A-Service solution.

FlashDrive Dev Apps are free and never sleeps. You can launch up to 3 dev apps at the same time to test code, launch staging projects, etc.

FlashDrive maintains its own clusters of servers with isolated builders for increased build performance and its own network solutions to deploy and scale your apps.

FlashDrive doesn’t rely on a third party to work, and you don’t need to have an account with another third party. Qovery, on the other hand, requires an AWS account (and that leads to paying AWS costs) in order to launch production apps.

FlashDrive is 100% vendor-lock free, uses open-sourced buildpacks for all supported languages, and supports Docker images from Docker Hub, meaning no FlashDrive-specific configuration files to write and migrate from or to another service.

You can migrate out of FlashDrive at any time by deploying your app to another PaaS provider (that may requires configuration files) or another Docker hosting solution.

Finally, the FlashDrive web interface is quite simple to use, and it does all the work in the background. It allocates resources, network configurations, load balancers, and builders.

Everything is automated and managed behind the scene.

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