Brimble, a Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering web deployment services to developers and technical teams, has announced the release of its highly anticipated public beta release as it plans to expand into new global markets. This milestone follows the earlier private beta release and marks a significant step forward for the brand, consolidating its recent successes. 

Brimble’s Co-Founder and CTO David Muritala, says with the public beta version of the product, the firm wants to empower developers and technical teams to effortlessly deploy and manage their websites. Described as “your go-to cloud platform for effortlessly deploying website applications,” the platform caters to a wide range of projects, from simple landing pages to complex, large-scale products. 

The tech brand is also seeking expansion to explore the global market. “Also, we’re not limiting this to Africans alone, we want to explore global markets – What Brimble is trying to accomplish is to reduce the stress developers go through just to push their product to the market”, David stated. 

Why Brimble was Founded

In 2021, Abraham Ugbeshe and Muritala David, both seasoned software engineers, encountered a deployment challenge while working on a project. Faced with this challenge, they came up with a solution, Brimble, a platform to improve the deployment process of websites by boosting speed and reliability. Inspired by the success of platforms like Vercel and Netlify, the duo embarked on this journey. 

Speaking on the rollout, Founder, Abraham Ugbeshe disclosed that the goal at Brimble is to make it easy for anyone to host and go live very fast with less hassle. “At Brimble, our goal is to become the go-to platform for anyone to deploy any application.” With the release of the private beta last year, the team, now consisting of seven members, has delivered on this promise. They worked tirelessly on iterations and prototyping, a process that got the brand to provide deployment services to over 1000 users.

Brimble Public Beta Features

With the public beta rollout and the proposed expansion into global markets, Brimble has introduced new features to its already existing offers. The company’s expansion plans will come with the introduction of static sites, Jamstack, and frontend frameworks to its offer and later backend services. 

Existing features of the platform include frontend web deployment, teams, and collaboration features to third-party integrations. For frontend web deployment, users will be able to deploy their frontend applications when they connect their git account to Brimble – where they can also push updates and make automatic deployments happen. 

The domain purchase feature will ensure users can purchase a domain on the platform at cheap and affordable prices, and they can also link these domains to their projects. The platform also offers collaboration features where teams and startups can get onboarded to use the platform, manage organizational projects, and monitor and provide feedback. Third-party integrations, Slack and email support, concurrent builds, analytics, and resource metrics are some other existing features that will help global users easily deploy their websites. 

Success Story and Expansion into Global Markets

Since its creation, Brimble has gathered excellent feedback from users for its dedication to innovation and excellence in the tech space. With the platform, the founders of Brimble have been able to use their limited knowledge at the time of creation to address a common challenge with a product that is not easily available – a web deployment platform. 

Last year, during its private beta stage, the brand achieved significant success, attracting a growing community of over 1000 satisfied users. With this accomplishment, Brimble is gaining recognition for its innovative approach and dedication to technical simplicity. 

The platform’s expansion plans come against the recent challenge developers and relevant users have faced when it comes to deploying web applications. Developers worldwide battle several problems from inadequate work tools to unrealistic deadlines further made worse by a lack of a seamless platform. The global information technology (IT) spending on devices as well as data center systems, enterprise software, and communications services came to 4.7 trillion U.S. dollars in 2023. By 2024, IT spending is expected to increase to a staggering five trillion dollars worldwide. 

With Brimble, users can manage all their website implementation needs from one platform. As Brimble continues to evolve and expand its offerings, the company remains committed to driving positive change and making a lasting impact on the future of web deployment worldwide.

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