Render is a cloud platform that is designed to help developers build and deploy modern, scalable applications. With Render, you can deploy your code to a global network of servers, and the platform will take care of the rest, including provisioning servers, scaling your application to meet demand, and providing security and compliance.
Render supports a wide range of technologies and frameworks, including popular languages such as Python, Node.js, and Ruby, as well as containerization platforms like Docker. You can use Render to deploy a variety of different types of applications, including web applications, mobile backends, and APIs.
Render also provides a number of tools and services to help you manage your deployments, including continuous integration and delivery, database and file storage, and analytics and monitoring.
GitHub Pages is a quick and easy way to create a simple, static website, and it is especially useful for hosting documentation, project pages, and other types of websites that do not require a dynamic back-end. You can also use GitHub Pages to host websites that are generated by static site generators, such as Jekyll, and you can customize the look and feel of your website by creating a custom theme.
AWS and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Depends on the region
|Automated builds from Git
|Instant rollbacks to any version
|Site previews for every push
|Compatible with all Static Site Generators
Works best with Jekyll
Slack, Email, GitHub
|Rewrites & Redirects
|Build Time Per Deployment
|Build Memory Limit (in MiB)
|Max team members before switch to custom pricing
|Git contributors have to be Team Members
|Serverless Functions (API)
SOC1 for now
Renewable energy by 2025
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