neetoDeploy got plans, maintenance mode, public APIs, CLI improvements and more

Neeraj Singh

By Neeraj Singh

on December 13, 2023

We are building neetoDeploy, which is a Heroku alternative. Here are some of the new features, enhancements, and optimizations which were recently launched. You can check out the previous edition here and here.

1. Plans

We've finally added plans to processes and addons! When creating new processes or provisioning new addons, you can select the appropriate plan based on the load you're expecting on your app. You can also upgrade the plans of existing apps if you want your apps to be able to handle a higher load.

Plans to processes and addons

Learn more about plans in neetoDeploy.

2. Maintenance mode

With the new maintenance mode, you can take your projects down for maintenance and let your users know to check back later! Maintenance mode will come in handy for doing database plan upgrades to ensure that everything is done gracefully without errors or data loss for end users.

Plans to processes and addons

Learn more about maintenance mode in neetoDeploy

3. Database exports and imports for the add-ons

Last time, we introduced database exports for the PostgreSQL addons. We're excited to announce that we now support export and import for all the supported addons - PostgreSQL, Redis and Elasticsearch. You also get the option to turn on scheduled backups, with which you can backup your addon at a particular time every day.

Read more about the different database backup options in neetoDeploy.

4. Reduced build and release time drastically with caching

We're excited to announce that the time taken to build and release your applications has been brought down drastically. neetoDeploy now uses internal registry-based caching to optimize how your code is built and deployed.

5. Public APIs

We've added API keys for neetoDeploy's public APIs, with which you can handle certificates and domains for your application.

Public APIs

6. CLI improvements

In the previous update, we announced the neetoDeploy CLI. Since then, we've added many new features to the command line tool. We've increased security by adding console session tokens to authenticate users when they are accessing the shell of a deployed application. We also have a new and improved login page for authenticating your account when you setup the CLI.

7. General optimization

We are working to make the entire experience of using neetoDeploy smooth and stable. We've improved how the logs are streamed to the dashboard and to the CLI and handled edge cases in streaming logs from multiple containers simultaneously. You can set your own custom health check URLs for your app, which will be used internally to make sure that your app's containers are running before its marked as ready. We've improved how callbacks are sent across the different components of neetoDeploy to increase efficiency and make deploying applications an easy breeze.

You can follow neetoDeploy on Twitter. neetoDeploy has not been launched for everyone yet. If you want to give it a try, then please send an email to [email protected]. neeto has many other products for you to check out.

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