We understand that reviewing your backups regularly is essential for business continuity planning and optimizing your infrastructure spend.
All new Aptible Deploy databases created today - either newly provisioned or restored from backup - will default to using gp3 volumes. This new volume type provides a baseline IOPS performance of 3,000 IOPS without regard for disk size. For most databases, this will be a large improvement on existing performance. However, some larger databases (bigger than 1 TB) may require more IOPS. If you would like to provision more than 3000 IOPS, reach out to [email protected] and we can help you with this - up to 16,000 IOPS.
Aptible has released support for version 7 of the Elasticsearch Database type. This major version includes:
Deploy’s application scheduler can now automatically provision additional host capacity if it detects that placing the application’s containers on existing hosts may overly tax the existing resources or concentrate the containers on a single host or availability zone. The effect of this change will be to improve the performance and reliability of applications at no additional cost to our users.
Our terraform provider has been published on the Terraform Registry. Please see https://registry.terraform.io/providers/aptible/aptible for installation instructions.
The Deploy Dashboard has been updated to improve its security and the clarity of its navigation. These updates should not impact the majority of our users' daily workflows. For those impacted, we hope these changes will lead to an improved experience.
Aptible Deploy now uses A record entries in public DNS for new Database Credential hostnames, enabling customers with connectivity into their Deploy environment to resolve the hostname from outside. The DNS record will directly return the private IP address of the database inside their Deploy environment. This change will not affect the vast majority of our customers' operations and does not impact public Endpoints at all.
The latest version of the Aptible CLI (version 0.16.3) now supports creating replicas or replica sets for MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis, and MongoDB databases.
For reliability purposes, LogDNA has added support for receiving your logs via HTTPS, instead of Syslog, from Enclave Log Drains. Aptible recommends all Enclave customers to make the switch to HTTPS delivery.