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Google App Engine is very easy to use. All you need to do is install the SDK (which in itself is easy as well, and the documentation is very heplful) and run the command needed depending on the type of project to deploy it. For example, to deploy a golang application, you run golang deploy inside the project folder and it will be automatically deployed. See More
Openshift uses the PaaS instance/dyno model. It allows developers to deploy their code to a specified number of dynos. Each of these dynos is pre-configured to run a piece of the application that is hosted on them. For example, some of them can access the database, others can respond to HTTP requests or process background processes. Developers can define their processes and assign them a different task, this gives them granular control over their hosting service and performance of the application. See More
Because of its high flexibility and customization power, OpenShift can be used to create specialized tasks for the application being hosted on it. For example, an entire array of dynos (also known as gears) can be dedicated to media transcoding in order to build a custom media converter infrastructure. See More
Convox is built on Docker and deployments are made using Docker containers. Because of this, developers have a large number of existing Docker images to choose from with which they can customize their environment to suit their needs. See More