Welcome to Cloud 66 Changelog. Please take a quick look at the latest changes that went out this week!
Introducing Container Stacks v2 - public beta
Today we are very excited to share with you a new milestone at Cloud 66: Our Container Stacks v2 (CSv2). CSv2 is now available in our public beta program.
What is CSv2?
Container Stack v2 provides you with an easy way to build and deploy Kubernetes backed stacks. You can take the advantage of Kubernetes powerful orchestrator and benefit from a new network provider and service discovery service. Container Stacks v2 provide a much more robust and stable solution to your container infrastructure needs.
To find out more read our blog post.
We are happy to announce the release of Habitus v1.0. In this version, we added a new secret feature for environment variables. You can now inject environment variables as secrets during builds and don't leave a trace when building images. :) This is very handy if you want to build Docker images that use private repositories.
For more information check out our blog post
Habitus v1.0. is available on BuildGrid. You can also download it from Habitus page.
Troubleshooting Help Documents
Astute users might have noticed that we have created a new help section, called Troubleshoot in our help documentation.
Currently, you can find help documents on Backup Failure, Deployment Failure, Let's Encrypt, Redeployment Hooks, SSH, Troubleshoot Deploy Hooks. Stay tuned as more articled will be added in the near future.
Support for Multiple Dockerfiles
You can now select the appropriate Dockerfile in your code repository right from the UI. This is was only possible using manual editing of
Auto-complete on Service.yml
This just makes writing
service.yml much easier!
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New Product and Pricing Changes
For more details check out our blog post.
Note: Existing Cloud 66 customer can stay on their current pricing plans.
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