I’m assuming you’ve written a Clojure web app and you want to get it into production with a minimum of pain, expense and “incidental complexity”. You don’t want DevOps to suck up your time.
This post is for you if you want to SSH tunnel (with ssh -L ...) into a server that has AllowTcpForwarding set to no in the /etc/ssh/sshd_config file, and you don’t have the privileges to change that file.
Cryogen is a static site generator written in Clojure while Netlify is a slick and powerful platform for deploying static websites. Can they play well together? Yes!
The Cryogen website describes how to deploy to Github Pages, which works fine, but personally I found it easier to deploy my site to Netlify.