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Comb through our feature list and find what works for you.

developerstartupgrowthenterprise

Product Support

In-dashboard Support Hub

Slack Connect

Contextual Guidance to your Use Case

GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket auto-deploy

Deploy on your Cloud account

Monthly Builds

100

1,500

Custom

Built-in Observability

Built-in CI

Built-in CI Resources

1 vCPU / 2GB RAM

1 vCPU / 2GB RAM

4 vCPU / 8GB RAM (contact us for additional resources)

Custom

Parallel deployments

1

2

4

Custom

Servers

1

3

Custom

Included Team Seats

3

7

Custom

Continuous Integration

Continuous Deployment

Auto SSL / Renewal

Application auto-scaling

Fine-tuned Resource Limits

Build / Deploy Notifications

Custom Domain

Environment Variables

Auto Rolling Deploy

Terminal Access

Frequently Asked Questions

Let go of doubt and be Pipe Assured.

Do I need an AWS account to use PipeOps?

This is not necessary for the developer plan, because you can deploy your applications to our PipeOps servers and still enjoy the benefits of AWS.
However, if you are a startup, you can also connect your existing AWS account to use PipeOps.

Will I still have access to my servers if I stop using PipeOps?

Yes, you will. If you decide to stop using PipeOps, everything that was provisioned on your AWS account through PipeOps remains accessible.

How long does it take to deploy a project on PipeOps

Depending on the project type, deploying projects on PipeOps can be done in seconds.

Do I need DevOps expertise to use PipeOps

No!, we have made PipeOps so easy to use that you need little to no DevOps experience to setup your infrastructure, manage it and deploy app into it

Do i need a credit card to sign up?

No, creating an account on PipeOps is free, and our starter plan lets you deploy a project for free.
To deploy more projects, you will have toUpgrade to a paid plan

Can i cancel my subscription anytime?

You can cancel your subscription whenever you choose to. However, this means that you won't be able to access the corresponding features.