Release notes track incremental improvements and major releases for the DigitalOcean cloud platform.
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 2GB/1vCPU plan.
The GitLab One-Click image has been updated with the following changes:
|GitLab Community Edition||11.0.0||11.1.4|
The 192GB 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 image has been updated:
The Ghost One-Click image 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 20GB to 25GB.
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 image 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 image 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 prior to deletion of the last Space.