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Very excited to see how this project progresses. It appears to be right in line with what I need right now. I've standardized my app architecture on Docker, but have not had the time to mature the instance management and deployment process.

I'm currently using capistrano, but it's feeling limited for my use case as I have to manage several "always running" servers plus hundreds of cpu intensive workers. Finding a good way to manage those workers across several cloud platforms and my own hardware has not been simple.

Thanks. Well fingers crossed it matures in the right direction. I'd hope that it'll become a simple solution to just throw up on a VPS and get apps deployed without the fuss of managing Apache, Virtualhosts, PHP/Ruby/Node/etc binaries, databases and whatnot. I like to think of Peas as the next logical step up from Dokku.

To be fair Deis already does a good job of this.

One issue with Deis is that it depends on Chef Server. As an admin, I've happily left that whole model far behind. For me that single dependency is a deal breaker.

Me too - dependency on Chef Server is instant no-go.

Deis certainly does. http://deis.io/

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