Hi Abishek, thanks for the reply.
You are right that abstractions create more of the same as projects get bigger and mature. I was thinking of a needgap for a tool to create and destroy short lived services, like testing environments, demos, static sites, or scheduled scripts. Like why build out complex setups for a demo site, POC project, a landing page, or database test. If things go well with this simple deployment then it should be moved into its own less abstracted setup away from this tool. Like how projects evolve from Heroku. Sometimes I think they planned for complex projects to migrate away from them, I remember people mostly using Heroku for the simple stuff I described above.