What’s new with Aptible: Feb 2023
At Aptible, we’re always focused on making it easier for engineering teams to manage their cloud infrastructure. This month, we’re excited to introduce a new set of features designed for better management of user permissions as you scale.
We are excited to announce Granular Permissions for fine-tuning user access on the Environment level! Formerly, Aptible had a simple read/write permission scheme, but as part of this release, we've introduced 2 new read permissions and 6 new write permissions, which can be assigned using Custom Roles. Read the docs here.
100,000th Provisioned Database 🎉
This month, we provisioned our 100,000th database! We feel extremely grateful for the teams using Aptible (including our own team of 22). To celebrate, we want to celebrate what we've all accomplished together. In 2022, the teams using Aptible provisioned:
- 15,958 Apps
- 27,231 Databases
- 10,070,352 Containers
While Aptible did the work behind the scenes:
- 205,085 automatically managed TLS certificate renewals
- 1,658,422 backups automatically made
- 15,736 operations performed by Aptible’s site reliability engineers
With the most releases we've ever had in a single year, and a 2023 roadmap designed to make magic happen. ✨
See what else is new with Aptible
- Updated branding including a fresh new look to the Aptible Dashboard
- New pricing plans available
Want to see something else here? Submit and vote on Aptible's product roadmap here.
You might be building a PaaS if…
We just opened a time capsule from 2003 and couldn't believe what we found. An AOL CD-ROM with 2,000 free hours; a Dell blade server chassis; and a Blue Collar Comedy Tour DVD. We were reminded again about Jeff Foxworthy’s “You might be a redneck” skits as the star of the show. So we channeled our inner blue collar comedy and applied it to container orchestration—because, hey, why not?
A Fresh Look at Aptible’s UI
A good user interface (UI) is not just about aesthetics. It plays a pivotal role in the overall developer experience. A thoughtfully designed UI abstracts away the complexity of the underlying systems and delivers intuitive interaction, clear visuals, and seamless navigation. And ultimately enables developers to focus on what truly matters: building, testing, and deploying quality code.