The convenience of having to run your favorite server applications anytime and anywhere is possible with Bitnami. It’s making the installation of software dead easy for developers as it changes the way people approach the management of server software. Now, running your favorite apps and developing your frameworks can be easily done in the cloud.

Whether you’re a developer who wants to maintain a robust stack from the latest web technology, or a development manager who wants to standardise how you manage your infrastructure, or even a small business owner who wants to manage your CRM in the cloud, Bitnami is the first choice for a simple and fast configuration of servers.

Get to Know Bitnami

Bitnami dubs itself as a library for open source and popular server applications and development environments with a single click. You can run or deploy your applications in any device, either to native, virtual, or to cloud environments.

Bitnami’s roles also include the compilations and configuration of the applications and their dependencies so they work out seamlessly and creatively. The produced stack is then open as native installers, virtual machines, and cloud images. This provides consistency and security in running the app on any platform. It also improves the user experience as processes are made smarter and efficient.

Bitnami Sits in the Cloud

The platform has a built-in cloud hosting solution which makes it easy to deploy your apps or create servers in Amazon Web Services and Bitnami’s most recent extension support to Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

Since it’s in the cloud, you can get automatic backups and resize servers easily. If you don’t want to use Bitnami Cloud Hosting, you can stop using it anytime you want and all your created apps and servers will continually run on AWS.

Runs on Multiple Platforms

Bitnami supports a wide range of platforms and operating systems including the cloud.

-Operating Systems Windows, OS X and all flavors of Linux, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Amazon Linux, Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian and more

-Virtualization platforms VMWare, VirtualBox, Xen, KVM, Parallels, others

-Cloud platforms Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, VMWare vCloud, OpenStack, CloudStack, others.

All packages from Bitnami are open source apps.