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Release notes track incremental improvements and major releases for the DigitalOcean cloud platform.
DigitalOcean product availability and compatibility by datacenter region.
Availability and retirement procedures for the stages of DigitalOcean product releases.
Information on the distribution versions we provide and our policies on updating and deprecating images.
Droplet access, SLAs, and user responsibility.
An overview of what live migrations are and how they affect users.
Here are the latest improvements to the DigitalOcean platform:
The new metrics agent is fully released into production. The new agent makes it easier for users to contribute custom metrics, adds an additional load average plot, supports Fedora 27, allows users to opt out of process name collection, and will be the default agent used by our managed databases and Kubernetes products.
All agent installations on or after this date will receive the new agent by default. On 8 July, 2019, the legacy metrics agent will be deprecated, meaning users will no longer be able to view metrics from Droplets running the legacy agent. You can upgrade to the new agent at any time.
In order to help customers track their credits, beginning in April we will send invoice emails when customers use any resources during a billing period, regardless of an account’s outstanding balance. Previously, invoices were sent only when the outstanding balance exceeded the threshold for automatic payments.
The Zabbix and Mastodon third-party One-Click applications were released.
For more, see our full release notes.