Fully Managed Docker Swarm

No Download. No Installation. Simply deploy Docker Containers on your fully-managed Swarm Cluster within minutes.


Step 1 - Connect Cloud

Connect your AWS or Azure account. Caylent bootstraps your cloud automatically and provisions the compute, storage, and network resources your containers need.

Step 2 - Launch Wizard

In four simple steps you’ll define your application, stacks and environments, create databases, and setup continuous delivery tags.

Step 3 - Push Code

Caylent’s simple continuous delivery system uses tags and regex patterns to monitor for new builds and lets you automatically or manually deploy them from your container registry.


We are currently in beta and Caylent is free to use for individuals and small teams. All we ask for is your feedback.

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Our beta users get 1 user account and an unlimited number of deployments.






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How do I get started? +

Signing up for our free beta is the best way to get started. To get the most out of Caylent, you’ll need an AWS or Azure account in order to deploy stacks.

What cloud providers do you support? +

We currently support Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure (beta). We are working on adding support for additional providers.

Does Caylent support Docker containers or traditional apps, or both? +
We only support deployment of Docker containers. Creating Dockerfiles for your apps is generally straightforward.
How does this work? +
During the onboarding process, you’ll be guided through a wizard that helps you start deploying apps quickly. After connecting your cloud provider, you’ll want to either connect your container registry or select from one of our pre-built Blueprints.
You can specify what types of stacks you want to provision (i.e. dev, staging, production) along with any dependencies and environment variables. Then simply define which apps, if any, you want continuously deployed and to which stacks. You’ll be able to specify any external third party services and databases that need to be created alongside your stacks. The stack resources are then auto-magically created in your cloud and the apps and services you’ve specified are deployed. Further deployments can be done manually or are automatically triggered depending on the CD pipeline that you selected.
What’s a stack? +
A stack is a collection of resources that can include things like servers, load balancers, databases, storage, and more.
What’s going on under the hood? +

Our backend is talking to your cloud provider account directly using the SDK or API. We pull down new builds from your container registry and provide an endpoint for triggers. In the case of container orchestration, we talk directly to the Swarm API to schedule container deployments and expose the same functionality to you.

Is this true high-availability? +

Yes, by default we provision stack resources and schedule containers across multiple regions and data-centers.

Who handles DNS? +

Right now, you will need to manage your own DNS records. Fully managed DNS is on our roadmap and we'd love to hear your input on how we can integrate this for canary and blue/green deployments.

If you're hosting on AWS then Route 53 is a great solution to create DNS records. If you're hosting on Azure they also have a DNS service.

Can I specify my own Blueprints? +

Not yet, but we are working on it. We’ll offer the ability to define custom Blueprints via YAML or JSON config file and even share them in our App Store.

What are the different ways I can use Caylent? +

At the moment, through app.caylent.com or via our RESTful API. We plan to add a CLI in the near future.

Do you have API documentation? +

Yes, though they're not finished yet. We add more API endpoints and guides to our docs every week.

Check them out here: https://docs.caylent.com

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