Release notes track incremental improvements and major releases for the DigitalOcean cloud platform.
We will begin collecting state taxes in Connecticut, New Mexico, Ohio, South Dakota, Texas, and Washington D.C. starting in November 2019.
Due to capacity and load issues, we are applying some restrictions to Spaces in AMS3 until the datacenter expansion planned for November. In July, we disabled creating new Spaces in AMS3. In September, we are applying an allowance and rate limit on uploads to existing Spaces in AMS3.
Released Version 1.7.0 of the DigitalOcean Terraform provider.
Managed Databases for MySQL and Redis in Limited Availability are now available in the AMS3, LON1, and NYC3 datacenter regions. Learn more in the MySQL and Redis announcement blog post.
Managed Databases for MySQL and Redis have been released in limited availability in the NYC1, FRA1, and SFO2 datacenter regions. Learn more in the MySQL and Redis announcement blog post.
DigitalOcean Load Balancers no longer support downgrading TLS connections to TLS 1.0. We will stop supporting TLS 1.1 later this year.
doctlversion 1.24.1, which is also now available in Docker Hub. You can download it with
docker pull digitalocean/doctl.
We’ve disabled creating new Spaces in AMS3 until we complete maintenance on the datacenter as part of addressing Spaces performance concerns. Learn more about Spaces AMS3 availability.
doctlversion 1.22 was released.
Spaces are now available in the Frankfurt (FRA1) region.
Fedora 30 base images are now available in the control panel and via the API using the slug
The new metrics agent is fully released into production. The new agent makes it easier for users to contribute custom metrics, adds a 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.
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.
General Purpose Performance Droplet plans were released.
The third-party InfluxDB One-Click application was released.
The GitLab One-Click application maintained by DigitalOcean was replaced in the control panel by a GitLab Enterprise Edition maintained by GitLab. The corresponding API slug,
gitlab-18-04, is deprecated and will be removed in 90 days. The new slug,
gitlab-ee-18-04 is available now.
Tag support for block storage volumes was completed in the public API. The
/v2/volumes endpoint displays tags and supports adding them to volumes at creation time. You can manage volume tags with the
/v2/tags endpoint as well.
Users with credits will automatically receive an email notification when account usage exceeds their promo code credit and any prepay balance.
lamp-16-04, was removed from the API.
Monthly billing emails now include a PDF invoice attachment.
Value Added Tax (VAT) collection for Russia has begun. Charges will appear on the February 1 invoice.
The following updates were released for DigitalOcean Kubernetes:
Pricing for load balancers has decreased from $20/month to $10/month.
Released the Spaces content delivery network (CDN).
Deprecated the Spaces free trial.
Released v1.0.0 of the DigitalOcean Terraform Provider, including new attachment resources for volumes and floating IPs, support for Let’s Encrypt certificates, auto-formatting for volumes, and CAA domain records, and more. Learn more: https://do.co/terraform-changelog
New One-Click Application Droplets that you create with the control panel will be based on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. For the next 60 days (through November 12, 2018 11:59pm EST), Ubuntu 16.04 LTS-based One-Clicks will continue to be available alongside the 18.04 version through the API.
Removed deprecated Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence and MEAN One-Clicks from the control panel.
Began incremental release of invoice aggregation for users with more than 3000 invoice line items.
Removed the list of environments (Production, Staging, Development) from the list of project purposes when creating projects. Added them as a separate dropdown on the Project Settings page.
Fixed a bug where a project containing only domains displayed an empty state that required users to scroll to access their domains.
Fixed a bug where domains with capital letters were not displaying the project on the Domain page.
Spaces are now available in the SFO2 region.
The Droplet console now supports pasting information into the console.
Customers with multiple credit cards on file can now choose which one is billed by default on the billing page.
Discontinued the CPU-optimized Droplet 2 GB/1vCPU plan.
The GitLab One-Click application has been updated with the following changes:
|GitLab Community Edition||11.0.0||11.1.4|
The 192 GB Standard Droplet plan has been enabled in AMS3, BLR1, FRA1, LON1, NYC3, NYC1, SGP1, SFO2, and TOR1.
Updated all product documentation to reflect the release of DigitalOcean Projects, control panel side navigation, and the restructuring of the Accounts section.
Released the following control panel updates:
The changes are scheduled to reach all users by July 28.
Ubuntu 17.10 reached end of life today and was removed from the control panel and API.
The WordPress One-Click application has been updated:
The Ghost One-Click application has been updated:
Private networking isolation was released in the NYC1 datacenter.
Local disk size for the 1vCPU-Optimized Droplet plan (c-1vcpu-2gb) increased from 20 GB to 25 GB.
Private networking isolation continued with releases in the LON1, AMS3, FRA1, and SFO2 datacenters.
Spaces will send billing data for active users within 2 hours of usage, down from a 4-5 day processing time. Previously, some users who were not billed for overages because of the processing delay may see their bill go up based on their actual usage.
GitLab One-Click application has been updated with the following changes:
|GitLab Community Edition||10.6.4 dee2c87||11.0.0 b84bfb5|
Debian 7 reached end of life and has been removed from the control panel.
Ruby on Rails One-Click application has been updated with the following changes:
fedora-28-x64-atomic. The images are now public to all users.
Burst support rolled out to all nine block storage regions.
|Std (Burst)||7.5K||300 MB/s|
|Optimized (Burst)||10K||350 MB/s|
1vCPU-Optimized Droplet launched.
Spaces users no longer need to cancel their Spaces subscription via the Spaces UI when they want to stop using Spaces. Now, any time a Spaces user destroys their last Space, their pro-rated $5/month billing (if not in the free trial period) stops. Overage charges still apply if they were incurred before deletion of the last Space.