Yet another development stack? Seriously?

Cloudogu is not just another software development stack – it is a Development EcoSystem, which helps you to create great software. The Cloudogu EcoSystem is an extendable virtual IT infrastructure which allows distributed teams to access a set of development tools within a matter of minutes.

Each service or tool is delivered as a Dōgu, a Docker container, which can be easily integrated in your environment just by pulling it from our registry. We have a growing number of ready-to-use Dōgus, e.g. SCM-Manager, Jenkins, Nexus, SonarQube, Redmine and many more. Every Dōgu can be tailored to your specific needs.

Take advantage of a central authentication service, a dynamic navigation, that lets you easily switch between the web UIs and a smart configuration magic, which automatically detects and responds to dependencies between Dōgus. Cloudogu is open source and it runs either on-premise or in the cloud. So, what are you waiting for?

All available Dōgus

A Dōgu is a docker container that provides a certain service, functionality or application. With Cloudogu you can choose from a variety of development tools. When you select a Dōgu for installation, it will be pulled from our registry, installed in your Cloudogu Ecosystem and automatically configured. Configuration covers integration in Central Authentication Service, Warp Menu and interaction with other Dōgus.

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Get to know Cloudogu EcoSystem

If you want to get an overview of the advantages of Cloudogu EcoSystem by testing our virtual infrastructure, you can choose between several options. You only have to decide which way suits you best.

View live demo

You want to quickly take a look at Cloudogu EcoSystem? No problem! Convince yourself of the functionalities.

Use these login credentials to test all features of Cloudogu EcoSystem.1

Username: admin

Password: adminpw

Start your free test run!


1Because we want to always provide the latest version to you, the demo environment can be temporarily unavailable during our nightly build.

Start your own instance

You want to create your own demo instance of Cloudogu EcoSystem to test it locally? No Problem: just use our Community Edition! You can find all files and a comprehensive installation documentation on GitHub.

Start here!


Request a private demo instance

You want to test Cloudogu EcoSystem privately and without any hassle? No problem! We can provision your private demo instance. Of course we can also help you to adapt it to your own needs.

Request now!


Cloudogu EcoSystem Editions

Cloudogu EcoSystem 'Community Edition' is and will always be free and open source. 'Subscription Edition' especially targets businesses and comes with full support. Thus, it enables you to focus on what matters most - developing great software.

Community Edition

Perfect for the needs of small teams - powered by the open source community.

0 forever

  • Free Dōgus
  • Max. 1 instance
  • Unlimited users2
  • Unlimited build jobs2
  • Unlimited repositories2
  • Unlimited projects2
  • Virtual machine setup
  • Community support

Get it now

1 All prices are billed annually and excluding VAT and any possible arising taxes or costs.

2 Limitations for jobs, repositories, projects and users are dependent on your own infrastructure limitations.

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How to contribute

Cloudogu is open source software and it is distributed under the MIT license. There are many ways to support this project. Join our squad!

Write Code for Cloudogu

All repositories of Cloudogu are hosted on GitHub. The core is the Cloudogu EcoSystem. You can also code for Cockpit, User Management or any other module. If you fix a bug or implement a feature just send us a pull request.

Start now!

Do some testing

You can test Cloudogu on different platforms and under different scenarios. If you find any issues, please report them in our issue tracker. You can also write some integration tests with Gauge. You find the test repository here.

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Improve the documentation

If you want to extend the project documentation you find it also on GitHub. The complete project is documented in markdown syntax, generated with MkDocs and can be browsed as a static webpage on our documentation site.

WTFM!

Our Mission

At Cloudogu we are passionate software craftsmen. We believe in the power and freedom of the open source community and pledge to make our contribution. We encourage businesses to use open source development tools and provide enterprise level security, operations and support for them. We are driven by quality, efficiency and fun. Our mission is to provide a best of breed environment both for the community and the enterprise.

This is why we created the Cloudogu EcoSystem – an open platform that lets the community thrive and businesses grow.

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