One stop for HIPAA compliance, as a service.

Aptible is the world’s first application deployment platform built to automate HIPAA compliance for web and mobile technology.

Deployment Platform

Deployment Platform

Run the applications and databases of your choice. Let us manage servers, network topology, security, backups, encryption, and organizational permissions so your engineers can focus on building great products.
Compliance Engines

Compliance Engines

Seamlessly integrate advanced compliance tools with the platform to generate all of the documentation, audit logs, and explanatory materials you need to demonstrate compliance with every aspect of HIPAA.

Benefits of Aptible

No lock-in

Integration is as simple as adding a single file to your codebase. No proprietary APIs, no migration fees, and no dev/prod disparity.

Built for your workflow

If you're familiar with Heroku, you already know how to use Aptible: Push code to a Git remote, then configure and manage resources from the command line or through our web dashboard.

One-stop HIPAA compliance

Running your apps and databases gives our compliance tools deep hooks into your ops, saving you time and money on every aspect of HIPAA.

$ aptible apps:create test-app
remote: (8ミ | INFO: Authorizing...
remote: (8ミ | INFO: Creating app...
remote: (8ミ | INFO: test-app created successfully.
$ git remote add aptible
$ git push aptible master
remote: (8ミ | INFO: Authorizing...
remote: (8ミ | INFO: Initiating deploy...
remote: (8ミ | INFO: Deploy succeeded.

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How Aptible Works

  • Push code to a Git remote

  • Run the languages, frameworks, and databases you choose

  • Manage compliance with an intuitive web dashboard

  • View status and generate audit reports in real time

Use the right tool for the right job.

Never be forced to choose between good engineering and compliance: Aptible supports every major language and framework, and all of the most popular open source databases.