Change Log #12

Webhooks, changing superuser password and more

Webhooks for services

We are happy to announce a new feature for Pro accounts – Webhooks for services! Webhooks allow D2C to take automatic actions when external events happen (push, build, release, etc). When someone sends a request using a special link, the system executes selected actions.

You might find helpful links about using webhooks with GitHub, BitBucket and Gitlab.

You can find "Webhooks" button on the service page

Changing superuser password for MongoDB, MySQL, MariaDB, Percona, PostgreSQL

Now you can change superuser password after creating a service.

You can find "Reset password" button on a database service page

Choosing what to update on your hosts

System services on your hosts can be updated separately. You can do it for Docker, Weave, Telegraf and D2C health check.

Supporting new Weave version

Weave version for new hosts updated to 2.3.0. The most important thing in this version is that the maximum amount of connected hosts to a Weave network increased from 30 to 100. It should improve the stability of networks including many hosts.

You can update Weave version on your current hosts using Update System Services button on the host page.

Initial commands for services

Initial commands are commands which are executed only once after deploying a service.

We’ve already supported these commands in stacks (example in service “blog”), and now you can find this block at a Creating service page.

New supported versions of services

  • PostgreSQL 10.4

Updating our Privacy policy

We’ve updated our privacy policy to clarify what data we collect and how it’s used.

These changes are made with regards to the privacy regulations being introduced by the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

If you want to suggest any features to our roadmap, leave your comments here