Welcome to the Cloud 66 Changelog. Please take a quick look at the latest changes that have gone out this week!
Announcing Ubuntu 18.04 Support
It has been a while in the building and testing, but we are now very pleased to make it public that Ubuntu 18.04 is now supported across all Cloud 66 products.
I know some of our users have been waiting for this for a while, and we thank them for their patience! For more on this, check out our blog post on this topic!
Ruby Patch Versions Released
Ruby patches v2.6.3 and v2.4.6 have now been released!
See more on what's in these releases here:
Announcing Cloud 66 Pricing Changes
On the 1st of May, we released a new simple and more affordable pricing model. Our aim is to make our pricing more relevant to our business state and ensure that all of our customers are paying a fair price for our products.
Instead of pricing "buckets" (ie Starter, Growth, Pro, ...), all customers will pay for what they use, measured by the minute. We are rolling out unit-based pricing for all of our products and customers. This means, Rails, Node, and Maestro will be charged per server per month. And Skycap will be charged per unique service per month. For more information check out our blog.
MEET US AT
CNCF Webinar, 14th May 2019, online
We will introduce Trakcman: an open source tool to sequence application deployment to Kubernetes. Register now!
KubeCon Europe, 20-23 May 2019 in Barcelona
Meet us at KubeCon & CloudNativeCon Europe. Hear about our experience in running Cloud 66 on containers and Kubernetes, as well as how we use our own products to manage our own stack—including Skycap, our Container Deployment Pipeline.
Get 20% discount for the KubeCon Europe 2019 ticket with the code: KCEU19SPON. Please select the registration type “Corporate” and fill out the registration form.
Container Days, 24-26 June 2019 in Hamburg
Check out our talk at the Container Days event, where the European container community will gather for three days full of container craziness. Let's get in touch and learn more about Kubernetes Deployment Pipeline.
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