MacStadium cloud solutions are for
Security, scalability, and reliability – MacStadium cloud solutions can meet the needs of even the most demanding DevOps team.
From startups to industry innovators, MacStadium provides everything you need to orchestrate Mac for business.
The most popular platform- as-a-service companies partner with MacStadium to empower their Mac-based users.
The tools used by Mac developers to create software for the Apple platform are supported by the MacStadium cloud.
Enterprise solutions for Mac.
Many of today’s Fortune 500 companies depend on iOS or Mac apps as part of their core business strategy. Enterprise teams need Mac cloud tools and infrastructure to support the build, test, or continuous integration pipeline of the company’s Apple-based software. MacStadium supports the largest apps in the world with enterprise features such as top-tier security, infinite scalability, and highly configurable networking.
The developer cloud that grows with you.
For startups and fast-growing companies, a MacStadium cloud is a great way to provide your team with always-on Mac build machines. It’s inexpensive and easy to set up. As your team grows, codebases and testing become more complex and PRs get more frequent. With MacStadium, easily add virtualization for added stability and automation or deploy additional Mac instances and automate using bare metal. With thousands of Macs deployed in each of our data centers, rapid scalability is just a click away.
Provide Mac to your users.
Platform-as-a-service providers need fully automated, high-performance, reliable, and secure CI infrastructure that can quickly scale to support their software. The largest PaaS companies in the world rely on MacStadium to deliver fast and reliable Mac services to their customers. A MacStadium cloud can be fully customized to meet the unique needs of your platform and use case.
Innovation through open source.
Tremendously important innovation on Apple products is happening through free and open source software. That’s why we are committed to supporting open source tools that benefit the growth of the Mac developer community. Through strategic partnerships and our open source program, we are proud to be the backbone behind many of the tools developers use every day.
Read our customer stories.
“Most of our build scripts ran about 20% faster when we ran them natively on the M1 machines compared to Rosetta, and they are almost twice as fast as the 2012 Mac minis."
“With MacStadium’s Orka, you’re able to spin up and spin down VMs using an easy-to-use CLI or API.”
“The Interactive Labs powered by Orka gave Jamf the opportunity to pioneer new technology and offer a first of its kind experience for Mac admins.”
“It gives us container-like functionality but for macOS. We wanted to have a clean environment for every build, for every developer, because otherwise you’re just going to run into problems.”
“We run our cluster in two MacStadium data centers in parallel. We monitor the demand for build nodes and work with MacStadium to scale the number of Mac minis in both data centers.”
“Developers aren’t even aware that MacStadium cloud infrastructure supports their CI efforts – all they know is that ‘it just runs.’”
“Environment rollback became as simple as provisioning an on-demand environment from a different image or previous image tag/version.”
“It’s really important to have reliable infrastructure that you can trust, and with MacStadium, we have more Mac expertise available to us.”
“Our builds no longer need any cleanup steps, potentially saving 20% from the build time. Now the builds are spun up on a clean agent every time, completely reproducible.”
“We want to make sure that we have enough capacity and speed to keep the team happy. Developers are now able to clone a VM in around 10 seconds, where it had taken 20-30 minutes.”
"With a virtual lab of MacStadium Mac minis, students were able to continue their coursework uninterrupted."
“We were able to bring the pull requests on iOS from 45 minutes to 10 minutes on the full pipeline with MacStadium and remote caching.”