Seamless Cloud
Automate boring tasks with Python
Run Python scripts on schedule or by clicking a button. Forget about setting up servers manually. Use pre-built templates.
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Use templates to get started faster
Writing code from scratch is hard. With Seamless Cloud, you get access to the library of code templates - each one of them solves a particular automation problem. Just copy them to your account and modify it however you like.
Forget about the infrastructure
Get the full power of a programming language without the need to spend time setting up the servers. Run the code in the cloud, set scheduled execution - all in a simple web UI. When you're ready to go deeper and more technical - use our CLI.
There are many tools for automating routine tasks. Why choose us?
Apache Airflow
You can automate routine tasks by running code on Apache Airflow. It is a highly sophisticated tool, used heavily in complex data pipelines. It is an overkill for code that automates small tasks. You need to read quite a lot of documentation before you can get started. You also need to set up a server and support it.
AWS Lambda
You can automate routine tasks by running code as Lambdas in AWS. It is not super hard to get started once you've read the documentation. AWS is very flexible, which comes at a price - to monitor and debug the tasks, you need to have an in-depth DevOps knowledge of other AWS services.
Super easy to get started. It does not require software engineering skills. The problem comes when you need more flexibility. Zapier, as most no-code solutions, has a limited number of integrations, since all of them need to be pre-programmed by the Zapier team. For any automated task of medium complexity, you're likely to use some hacks and workarounds. On the other hand, with Python code you can do anything. By the way, debugging automation created using UI builder is extremely hard, while debugging Python script is straightforward.
Manual Cron Jobs
You can, if you wish, do everything from scratch. If you can write a cron job and run it on a server, you can automate anything. But, as with all solutions "from scratch" comes a lot of work. You need to set up a server and start a cron job manually. You have to keep the cron job running (which is one of the most time-consuming tasks over time since it includes setting up monitoring, log streaming, etc.).
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  • 2 Jobs
  • 5 minutes single execution time limit
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Accelerate your company's growth by automating business processes on scale. Billed per month.
  • 30 Jobs
  • 1 hour single execution time limit
  • Unlimited number of team members
  • Private Job Templates Library
  • 4 hours of office hours with one of our Automation Engineers
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  • Unlimited number of Jobs
  • No single execution time limit
  • Unlimited number of team members
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