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System requirements macOS/Linux 64-bit
v0.9.22 - July 12, 2019

It's taken care of, so enjoy the New Way of development

Microservices Native

Utilizing a graphical desktop application powering unified service development in a production like environment.

DevOps as a Service

By augmenting DevOps resources, Mutable gives developers superpowers enabling them to build and deploy for the cloud. No more "throwing the code over the wall".

Enterprise Collaboration

Have all of your team on the same page with granular access controls over application deployment and secrets management.

Old Way - Monolith

New Way - Microservices

Developing on Mutable

Local Development

Mutable Local lets developers simulate the cloud and manage the entire stack to easily organize, build, test, and run multiple services simultaneously. Work locally with all the same features and internal APIs as the Mutable Cloud, like Service Discovery and Secret Store.


Collaborate with other members of the same microservice stack. Various team members can add, deploy, and manage microservices & secrets, as well as manage domains, SSL certificates, and other various configurations.

Any Code Language

Use the best coding language for a service's purpose. Mutable runs everything in containers. When you deploy to the cloud, just make a docker file explaining how it should run and we will build it for you.

Service Discovery

Mutable's internal APIs determine all the healthy instances of your code and allows microservices to communicate over a secure network through various IPs and ports.

Secret Store

Eliminate the possibility of storing sensitive information in your repo or as hard coded values. Mutable provides a private place to store all your credentials and configurations, within a JSON object that internal APIs can access on demand.

Health Checks

Determines the status of containers, whether alive, busy or dead, and takes the best course of action. Health checks occur on the network side of your services to ensure they can communicate with other services. Calls are made via tcp, http, or grcp.