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Upgrading Databases - Cloud 66 Demo

Cloud 66 will not do in-place database upgrades, because this process may cause your application to stop working or may not be possible automatically. To upgrade your database through Cloud 66, we recommend that you create a new application (at which point Cloud 66 will deploy the newer database version). Once the new application is created, you can migrate data from your old application to your new application.

Release 1.37.0: Infinite scalability, database tiering, and much more

Another release of the Netdata Monitoring solution is here! We focused on these key areas: IMPORTANT NOTICE This release fixes two security issues, one in streaming authorization and another at the execution of alarm notification commands. All users are advised to update to this version or any later!

Traffic Rules - Cloud 66 Demo

Traffic consist of one or more functions that run in a sequence. They run from top to bottom and affect the route that each web request to your application takes. They can also block traffic based on different conditions. If traffic is blocked, it will not run through the rest of the rules that come after the current one. What is Cloud 66? Cloud 66 gives you everything you need to build, deploy and maintain your applications on any cloud, without the headache of dealing with “server stuff”.

Team Features - Cloud 66 Demo

Cloud 66 Team Access Control features: Organizations Organizations are the foundation of team access control. They allow you to manage distinct groups of users, teams, applications and other components. They are useful if you need complete separation between different sets of applications and/or users. You can be a member or owner of several Organizations and switch between them using the top-right menu in the web dashboard or the `--org` option of the Cloud 66 Toolbelt (CLI).

Why You Need Self-Service Infrastructure

Engineering teams’ autonomy and agility are vital in achieving efficient software development. However, manual infrastructure provisioning is a major source of inefficiency and bottleneck. As the developers wait for Ops teams to provision complex infrastructure, they cannot bring the creativity, speed, and agility expected of them. This is the reason successful companies are quickly adopting self-service infrastructure.


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Enterprises are looking to capitalise on the new wave of small form-factor computing and navigate the shift to the edge. Device manufacturers across the world are racing to build embedded, connected devices that will deliver on the promise of the fourth industrial revolution. Many of them are looking to explore data-driven value-chain optimisations, predictive maintenance and or new digital customer experiences.


How to Help Teams Create Optimal Infrastructure for Availability

Teams are locked into a cycle of suffering characterized by the feeling that they are sprinting just to stay still. This morale and productivity-destroying state is caused by an inability to find time to save time. Our new research, The State of Availability Report 2022, discovered that teams know what they want to do—harness cloud and DevOps practices and tools to advance digital transformation—but something’s getting in the way.