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I've spent the last year building a web application on my local machines using the typical LAMP stack. I've been a developer for 10+ years and am fairly good when it comes to scripting but the server/hosting/system admin thing scares me. I've taken tons of sites live but they always exist on shared hosting and require minimal maintenence...simply ftp changes...no big deal. With my latest personal projects I've used revision control (git or mercurial) simply as a way to let me work from different machines. It's awesome. I push code from home, work, and my laptop and everything is in sync with one another. It really has changed the game for me. ( I use bitbucket) My latest project will involve paying customers and has a huge code base. FTPing files is not going to cut it. I've heard of having a "staging" environment so that you can push code to the staging environment, test it, and then push to production. That sound perfect! Every time I google git/staging I get pages and pages of command line stuff. I'm used to using version control GUI's like tower and sourcetree. Are there server environments that would allow me to use a GUI to manage version control? Or are linux server environments command line only? Are there any hosting companies you know of that would be a good fit for these needs? I'm looking to keep the hosting <= $20/month Thanks