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Boosting Your Digital Presence with Self-Hosted Next.js

In the ever-evolving digital landscape, the choice of hosting can significantly impact your project's performance, security, and scalability. Self-hosted Next.js offers you the ultimate control and efficiency, ensuring your web applications meet the highest standards of today's web demands.

With expertise in both static and dynamic websites, we're proficient not only in Next.js core functionalities but also in its latest features. If you're seeking top-tier user experience and the best of Next.js, we're here to help.

Technologies we use


React framework that enables server-side rendering, routing, and other advanced features for building fast and scalable web applications


A JavaScript library for building user interfaces that allows developers to create interactive and dynamic web applications efficiently.


Flexible and powerful CMS that empowers teams to create, manage, and deliver content seamlessly, making it a top choice for modern content-driven applications


A headless CMS designed for developers to manage structured content, offering APIs and a visual editor for delivering content to websites and applications in a flexible and programmatic manner.


A CMS that provides a flexible and developer-friendly way to manage and deliver content across various digital channels


Combining the utility of a Headless CMS with the power of a Backend-as-a-Service, Directus handles APIs, Auth, Admin, and more so you can focus on building amazing apps and websites

Why Self-Hosted Next.js?

When you opt for self-hosting your Next.js applications, you're setting the stage for significantly faster website load times. This not only elevates the user experience to new heights but also gives your SEO rankings a substantial lift.

Selecting a self-hosted solution puts you in the driver's seat of your hosting environment. This means you can tailor everything to fit your project's unique requirements, from server configurations to security settings.

By going the self-hosted route with your Next.js applications, you're adding an extra layer of protection around your data. Custom security protocols can be implemented to guard against threats, ensuring your web application remains safe and secure.



On the EasyPark project, we consolidated 20+ domains into a single platform, introduced a comprehensive CMS handling 6,998 stories, 1,131 assets, and 125 blocks with 24 users.

We also optimized the site for global use, supporting 35 languages across 14 countries, and achieved top 1-5 search rankings in all active regions.

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We have developed a fully functional storefront for their US market website, integrating with Stripe and their fulfillment services, centralizing product catalog and order statuses within the Crystallize platform.

The eCommerce store is highly optimized using the latest Next.js features and is hosted on Vercel.


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FAQ about self-hosted Next.JS

Self-hosted Next.js refers to the practice of running your Next.js applications on your own servers or infrastructure, rather than relying on external hosting providers like Vercel. This approach gives you full control over the hosting environment, performance optimizations, and security measures.

Yes, migrating your Next.js application from a managed hosting service to a self-hosted environment is entirely possible. The process involves transferring your application files and configurations to your servers. It's important to carefully plan the migration to ensure minimal downtime and to configure your self-hosted environment to maintain or enhance the application's performance and security levels.

Self-hosting can positively impact your Next.js application's performance by allowing for optimizations tailored to your specific use case. By managing your servers, you can fine-tune resources, implement caching strategies, and ensure that the infrastructure aligns with your application's demands, potentially reducing load times and improving the overall user experience.

When you self-host Next.js, you gain the ability to implement customized security protocols and configurations. This can include enhanced firewall rules, specific data encryption methods, and more rigorous access controls, providing a higher level of security compared to standard hosting solutions.

It can be more complex and require a higher level of technical expertise compared to using managed hosting services. You'll be responsible for setting up and maintaining the server environment, implementing security measures, and ensuring the infrastructure's reliability. However, for many businesses, the benefits of increased control and customization outweigh these challenges.

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