instance_size_slug options for use with the app spec for the app marketplace don’t appear to be listed anywhere and are different from those used for droplets.
Am I right in thinking they are the following?
|Slug||RAM||vCPUs||Price per month|
|basic-xxs||512MB RAM||1 vCPU||$5|
|basic-xs||1GB RAM||1 vCPU||$10|
|basic-s||2GB RAM||1 vCPU||$20|
|basic-m||4GB RAM||2 vCPUs||$40|
|professional-xxs||1GB RAM||1 vCPU||$12|
|professional-xs||2GB RAM||1 vCPU||$25|
|professional-s||4GB RAM||2 vCPUs||$50|
|professional-m||4GB RAM||1 Dedicated vCPU||$75|
|professional-l||8GB RAM||2 Dedicated vCPUs||$150|
|professional-xl||16GB RAM||4 Dedicated vCPUs||$300|
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The slugs that you posted aren’t correct, though they are close. I added slugs to our App Platform pricing page here:
Thanks for bringing this to our attention!
Two years late ik, but they have a
doctlcommand for this now.
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