DeployHQ is a code deployment platform designed to help you get files from Git, Mercurial & Subversion repositories onto your servers using SFTP, FTP and more!

New Features

We're always pushing new features to our products. We post about them all on our blog so you can find them all in here.

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Selectable Deployment Notifications

Posted in December 2017 on the DeployHQ blog

We've just deployed an enhancement to 3rd party notifications in DeployHQ, not only with the ability to now select if they're sent on failed or successful deployments, but also when...

DeployHQ Build updates

Posted in November 2017 on the DeployHQ blog

Since we released the new version of DeployHQ's interface along with the the additional features it now provides, the development team have been hard at work enhancing the platform even...

Beta Testers Wanted ‑ Deploy Build Commands

Posted in September 2017 on the DeployHQ blog

Recent progress in the web development world has led to increased usage of preprocessors (Haml, Sass, LESS etc.) and transpilers (Coffeescript, Typescript, Babel). Static Site Generators such as Jekyll or...

Deploying with tags

Posted in June 2017 on the DeployHQ blog

We've just deployed an enhancement to the commit selection functionality in Deploy, allowing you to not only choose from or search for commits that have been pushed to your repository,...

Deploy to servers behind a VPN

Posted in March 2017 on the DeployHQ blog

We're delighted we're now able to help out those users who need to use a service like Deploy but who's servers are locked away behind a VPN. Today we're launching what we call the Deploy Agent.

Repository cache retention

Posted in September 2016 on the DeployHQ blog

Starting today in Deploy, you'll be able to set a Cache retention for each of your projects, this allows you to set how long we store a copy of your...

Deployment log enhancements

Posted in August 2016 on the DeployHQ blog

We've deployed some changes to the deployment log today that will enable you to view any logged entries from SSH commands in their original highlighted colours straight from the interface,...