Heroku – Quickly, Build, Deploy and Scale Your Own Apps

Biz Report

A cloud-based platform as a service that’s part of Salesforce, Heroku enables companies to build, deploy and scale their apps easily and quickly while allowing developers to focus on what they do best and that’s building awesome apps.

What exactly is Heroku? It’s a cloud application development platform that lets its users scale and manage apps written in open language sources and frameworks.

What this essentially means is that it’s very simple for a company of any size, age, or type to build an app that truly delivers cutting-edge customer experience and runs in the cloud.

This is imperative as it helps those applications scale up to address millions of users in diverse geographies at pretty much the click of a button.

Let’s say, for instance, your website goes viral on social media, with Heroku, it can simply add servers to handle that spike. Once traffic settles, the numbers can slide back down to normal.

And with Heroku, the user only pays for servers that they use. The way the Heroku product was built is reflective of the way that software has been moving over the past few years. Say good-bye to the day you create a software on a green and black screen – that’s just simply not the case anymore.

Today, software is built by teams, sometimes small, sometimes big, but in order to build, they need a visual, collaborative environment where they understand their roles and can produce the kind of software that you see in world-class apps that grow quickly and require a lot of upkeep.

By taking care of the infrustructure required to properly deploy apps across numerous spheres, Heroku allows developers to do what they do best and that’s develop.

For more information and to see how easy it is to build your own app, visit Heroku.comand sign up today.

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