A New Revolution in Scalable Hosting

Fully Managed & Automated

Scalable Hosting For Everyone

Automated Deployment

Deploy Java, PHP, Ruby, Node.js, Go, Python and Docker applications with no code changes using GIT, SVN, archives or integrated plugins like Maven, Ant, Eclipse, NetBeans, IntelliJ IDEA

DevOps Automation

Intuitive application topology wizard, deployment manager, access to log and config files, team collaboration functionality and integration with CI/CD tools

Pay-as-you-use pricing

There is no need to reserve resources, as the platform allocates them automatically based on the current load and using a small scaling step (128 MiB of RAM and 400 MHz of CPU).

MULTI-CLOUD platform

Available as public, private, hybrid and multi-cloud in over 100 data centers worldwide. Provides Java, PHP, Node.js, Ruby, Python, .NET and Go container runtimes


Enterprise WordPress packages with automatic scaling and optimized performance, maximized uptime and high availability across geo-distributed regions


Automatic installation, scaling and updates of elastic Kubernetes clusters with pay-per-use pricing model and multi-cloud availability with single point of management


SQL & NoSQL database auto-clustering with out-of-box vertical and horizontal scaling, different replication and data synchronization schemes within intuitive UI

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We'll help you in deciding best architecture based on your project & load requirements. Current topology can even reduce cost and increase performance at the same time!!
Pay-Per-Use Pricing

Reserve basic resources and scale dynamically with demanding load.

Cost Per Cloudlet
Hourly Monthly
*Billed hourly.
Reserved Cloudlets
*Billed hourly.
Dynamic Cloudlets
1 Cloudlet = 128MB RAM + 400Mhz CPU Reserved cloudlets are reserved in advance. Use the Scaling Limit in the topology wizard to set the maximum cloudlets per server.
1GB RAM and 1 CPU core (3.2Ghz) would be equivalent to 8 cloudlets You always pay for the reserved cloudlets, even if you use fewer resources. You only pay for Dynamic Cloudlets in use.
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Developer Friendly Hosting

One Click Applications

Install popular applications like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento etc as standalone applications or load balanced HA-clusters with 1-click from our Marketplace.

Secure and reliable

We take pride in providing a secure and solid platform to our customers with 24/7/365 world-class technical support and a 99.99% uptime for all services.

Save 80% hosting costs

Automatically scales up resources when required and scales down when not required, ensuring that you Always Pay for What you Use.

faq help

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a cloudlet?

A cloudlet is a composite billing unit comprised of 128MB RAM and 400 MHz CPU. Each CloudJiffy server has multiple cloudlets assigned to it, e.g. 8 cloudlets would give you 1GB RAM and 3.2GHz CPU power. The number of cloudlets assigned to your servers at any one time varies based on the resource demands of your application.

How do I know my cloudlet usage?

You can view real-time cloudlet consumption in the dashboard alongside your environment, and each individual server within it. The dashboard also shows real-time graphs of CPU, RAM, network, and disk space consumption for each server within your environments. You'll be surprised how little resources you actually use to run your application.

Can I deploy applications using git or svn?

Yes! we have full integration with git and svn, including support for git submodules and automated deployment (you can define the deployment schedule).

Can I access the servers via SSH?

Yes! You can login via Web based SSH in Dashboard or via Putty/Terminal. The dashboard also provides you with full access to edit major service configuration files (e.g. server.xml, php.ini, my.cnf, httpd.conf) right from your browser.

Can I share access to my environment with my developer?

Yes! You can share selected environments with your colleagues or a third-party developer, and optionally give them permission to create new environments on your account.