Infrastructure as code, in seconds

Deploy your infrastructure as code on your cloud with our simple, open source tool, using a single command

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Super simple, super powerful

Up and running with a single command, scale to infinity

  • Perfect for busy professionals

    We know you're busy, we all are. That's why stackmate provisions infrastructure with an average web app in mind, while providing well-thought, well-tested service profiles if you need to scale.

  • Thoroughly documented

    Getting started is so easy that you don't need any documentation. We went the extra mile though and we crafted thorough, clean documentation that is there for you when you need it!

  • Solid foundations

    Stackmate uses the Terraform CDK to generate your infrastructure as code and Terraform CLI to deploy, the world's best tools for managing and deploying infrastructure.

  • Ever-expanding service catalog

    We plan to support as many frequently used services and cloud providers as we possibly can. Since Stackmate is open-source though, you can always contribute or ask for a feature!

  • Best practices embedded

    Stackmate applies many well-known best practices that DevOps teams in world-class products. It's made so that you focus on your application, instead of going through infrastructure patterns.

  • Simplicity in the core

    Simplicity is the core concept for stackmate. Everything, from command line usage, to configuration file and processes is built so that you have a friction-less experience.

Try it yourself

npx @stackmate/stackmate deploy production

Free, open-source, without surprises

Run a simple npm command to create and deploy your services, no registration or credit card required.

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