Deployment options supported by JHipster

Now that we have verified our production build by deploying it locally, let's see how we can take it to actual production by using a cloud service. JHipster supports most of the cloud platforms out of the box and provides special sub-generator commands for popular ones such as Heroku, Azure, Google App Engine, Cloud Foundry, and AWS.

JHipster also supports platforms such as OpenShift and Kubernetes, but we will look at them in upcoming chapters as they are more geared toward microservices. In theory, though, you could use them for Monolith deployments as well.

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