Squash makes it easy to create single-click staging sites for each task or branch of code, so you can run multiple active tests. Each deployment creates a unique testing URL, which allows you to share your work with team members, clients, and QA testers.
Manage access to your deployments with optional Basic HTTP Authentication for an extra layer of security. Squash also gives you access to tons of ready-to-deploy apps, including WordPress, Joomla, and Ghost, so you can build your test environment super fast.
And speaking of WordPress, you can spin up multiple sites to test them independently for different clients. You can import your custom code from GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket for more creative freedom.
That means you can combine different technologies to quickly define complex apps and microservices, like building a React.js app with a Node.js backend and MySQL database. Build production-replica test environments with every asset in place, ensuring that your test environments are as close to production as possible.
Store up to 100GB of assets that are accessible across all deployments, so everything is literally at your fingertips. And because Squash supports all file types, you can upload product pictures, media files, and database copies like MySQL database dumps.
Best of all, you'll save hours of engineering time by replacing your existing dev, staging, and QA servers with Squash’s cloud-based test environments. Cut down even more on server costs by defining auto-shutdown policies triggered by date, inactivity, or branch merges. That way, you’ll be able to focus your time, energy, and resources on delivering high-quality software to your customers.