added

Support for SSH Key ED25519 Algorithm

​For improved compatibility and security, we've added ED25519 to the supported SSH key algorithms we accept. You can now generate ED25519 SSH keys. You can manage your keys here within the Aptible Dashboard.

improved

Manage Environments, Modify Container Profiles, Look up Stacks - all via Terraform

Manage Environments via Terraform
aptible_environment resources can now be managed through Terraform. Learn more here about resource attributes and configuration.

improved

Provision Metric Drains and pre-built Grafana dashboards via Terraform

Provision Metric Drains via Terraform
aptible_metric_drain resources can now be managed through Terraform. Learn more here about resource attributes and configuration.

added

Retain your logs in the event of a disaster with S3 Log Archiving

With our new S3 Log Archiving functionality, you can now configure log archiving to an Amazon S3 bucket owned by you! This feature is designed to be an important complement to Log Drains, so you can retain logs for compliance in the event your primary logging provider experiences delivery or availability issues.

improved

Manage Log Drains via Terraform & Terraform Endpoint Bug Fix

Manage Log Drains via Terraform
You can now manage aptible_log_drain resources through our Terraform Provider.
Learn more here about resource attributes and configuration.

improved

Increased Scaling Sizes within the Dashboard, New Renaming Commands & Improved Terraform Error Messages

Increased Scaling Sizes within the Aptible Dashboard
We've updated the Aptible Dashboard, so all supported Disk and Container sizes are available for scaling. Previously, the Aptible CLI supported more scaling sizes than the Aptible Dashboard.

added

Downloadable Operation Logs

Prior to today, operation logs could only be accessed in real-time via the Aptible CLI, while an operation was running. This made debugging difficult in a number of scenarios:

improved

Rename App and Database Handles via Terraform & Authentication with Environment Variables via Terraform

Authenticate with environment variables
These can be set with APTIBLE_USERNAME and APTIBLE_PASSWORD environment variables. Learn more here.

improved

Faster Scaling for Apps and Databases

We are excited to share Aptible's underlying container scheduler has been radically improved. New EC2 instances provisioned during releases and scaling operations are now quicker and more reliable. Operations that previously took 15+ minutes to launch new EC2 instances will now take less than 3 minutes for the same process (x5 times faster)!

added

Optimize your infrastructure usage with Container Profiles and Enforced Resource Allocation

We are excited to announce that Container Profiles and Enforced Resource Allocation are now generally available on Aptible. By default, new Dedicated Stacks and all Shared Stacks have Enforced Resource Allocation enabled—meaning CPU Limits and Memory Limits are enabled and enforced for each container.