Hosting providers

Most Slack integrations (especially bot users and slash commands) require a server to respond to and initiate requests.

Below you'll find the services most often used to host Slack integrations and apps.

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Amazon Web Services (AWS)

A suite of on-demand cloud computing platforms, including Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), a web service interface, and Lambda, a serverless compute service that rapidly integrates with Slack with ready-made templates for typical types of integrations.
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Google Cloud

A suite of public cloud-computing services, including serverless solutions and Kubernetes-based on-premises solutions, as well as other tools such as AI and other APIs.
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Microsoft Azure

An enterprise-grade cloud computing platform that lets you deploy your apps. It also offers Azure Functions, a serverless compute service.
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IBM Cloud

A full-stack cloud platform including hosting, storage, and AI tools. logo

SAP Conversational AI (f.k.a.

A hosting service supporting natural language processing with conversational bots.
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A container-based cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS). Basic dynos or above are required to host Slack apps and integrations.
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A cloud platform for Serverless and Edge applications.
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A cloud platform that offers hosting and serverless backend services.
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A cloud infrastructure provider that helps to deploy and scale applications.

Development and testing

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A web-based IDE where you can code, run, and host. It's just right for developing and hosting small-scale Slack apps and bots.
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A tool that lets you create secure tunnels to your localhost for development and debugging.

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