WARNING: Nanobox is reaching its end of life on March 31, 2021.
After that time, you will be unable to access the Nanobox service.
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We have benefited immeasurably from open source and seek to share as well. The vast majority of our code is free and open source.
Our Projects


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Ranging from UI components written in Javascript, microservices in Golang, and Docker based images for our engines and services The core of Nanobox is built on many open source libraries.


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We want to develop and manage our infrastructure like we do our apps; with direct API-access at the source for real-time configuration. This requires a fundamentally different approach to building infrastructure components and services.
Nanopack is a collection of open-source projects that embrace the Unix philosophy of a singular purpose. The collective result is left to the imagination of the consumer, likely dictated by the needs of the project.

Nanobox Quickstarts

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We want developing and deploying applicaitons to be easier than ever before. That's why we've created an ever growing library of "Quickstarts".
Each Quickstart is designed to get you up-and-running quickly with Nanobox. This way, you can focus on developing your application, not the boilerplate it sits on.