Shelly Cloud was a Ruby application hosting service that made deployments painless.
It gave high speed servers, really simple deployment and full control over the cloud layout. Shelly was easy to use and developer-centric. You could host a full stack application for just €20 per month.
It was providing following services:
Shelly Cloud started in 2010 as an internal project of Ragnarson, a Ruby consulting company we were working for. We built it to solve the problems we had when deploying apps that we developed for our customers. In 2012 we decided to spin it off into a separate business. During this time we have learned a lot about building products, both from the technical and business perspectives.
We would like to say thank you to our customers, for trust and being with us for years. Building Shelly Cloud wouldn't be possible without you.
We would also thank all people who were a part of our team in the past: Katarzyna Jarmołkowicz, Ignacy Kasperowicz, Dominik Koślin, Dominika Kucharska, Michał Kwiatkowski, Barbara Niewiadomska, Łukasz Piestrzeniewicz, Szymon Szypulski and Stanisław Tuszyński.
- The Shelly Cloud Team
Maciej Gałkiewicz, Grzegorz Kołodziejczyk, Bartłomiej Kozal,
Maciej Małecki, Mariusz Pietrzyk, Sebastian Wojtczak
Very sad to see @ShellyCloud close, they've been very supportive of the community and were pretty cool to use. Will miss you.— Tobias Pfeiffer (@PragTob) October 12, 2015
@ShellyCloud thanks for your great service and support!— Thomas Winkler (@tomfarm) October 12, 2015
@ShellyCloud Really sad to hear. Shelly Cloud worked really well for us and your support was great.— Christophe Bliard (@cbliard) October 12, 2015
Migrate your server from heroku to @ShellyCloud in 1 hour wow it's fast :)— Askr (@askrapp) June 11, 2015
@ShellyCloud 1:53 minutes in, got a complex app deployed, reconfigured the servers and running super-fast. i think i love you!— Rahoul Baruah (@rahoulb) January 29, 2015
Very sad to hear that @ShellyCloud is closing down. It was a great alternative to Heroku.— Vladimir Keleshev (@keleshev) October 22, 2015
@shellycloud sorry to hear that. You had the best support, and great product too.— Aleksander Dąbrowski (@_tjeden) October 12, 2015
@ShellyCloud What a pity! ShellyCloud is so wonderfull. I will miss ShellyCloud.— Séverine Darlot (@SeverineDarlot) October 12, 2015
@ShellyCloud That’s very sad to hear! Thanks a ton for the heads up and plenty of time to migrate off, though!— Benedikt Deicke (@benediktdeicke) October 12, 2015
It’s our pleasure @ShellyCloud . Very pleased with your service and support.— davidwennergren (@davidwennergren) June 10, 2015
@ShellyCloud Ok :( Then via Twitter: Thanks for your great service :) We’re enjoying it a lot :)— Lucas Dohmen (@moonbeamlabs) December 30, 2014