With Peggy, you can add as many DigitalOcean accounts as you need (e.g. a client’s account) and create a Droplet. If you don’t want to use DigitalOcean, you can use Peggy to provision any Ubuntu 14 x64 server.
Peggy provides a few different provisioning options, so you can chose to use run Apache or Nginx, add in MySQL, and then select which PHP version you’d like to install (5.4, 5.5 or 5.6).
You can then add an app to the server and deploy your code from any Git remote; Github, Gitlab, Beanstalkapp etc. Peggy is not tied to, nor reliant on, any third party Git services.
Peggy also lets you manage .env variables, cron jobs, workers, SSL and more with a simple interface.