Panels – We have created a small how-to, to assist you in creating an SSH-Key pair for various Operating Systems. Which be found inside of the dialogue when adding an SSH-Key.
API Documentation – We fixed a few grammar errors, missing description fields and most importantly a few wrong endpoint paths.
Easy Panel – The EN tooltips to copy PaaS credentials were wrong.
Easy Panel – As a trial user the header was overlapped by the notification bar.
Panels – When trying to add an invalid SSH-Key, we now provide a nice, clear error message.
Panels – The “Invite a Friend” link is now removed, as it worked with Intercom which was just recently removed.
Panels – We’re cracking down even further on attacks – Sanitation of object names is even more thorough.
Servers – When creating a Server with a new Storage attached – the create-events were not logged in the objects history.
Load Balancers – We have fixed how our Load Balancers handle Let’s Encrypt – a regression was introduced due to changes in upstream code.
From Henrik: We received some questions regarding Intercom, as this is a US-company and can track all of our customers activity. Even though we have a good relationship with Intercom and love their approach, we also see the arguments of many of you using gridscale. This shows just how important it is to send us your feedback – Intercom is now removed, and you can reach our service-team at email@example.com
Object Storage – We have extended the public connectivity of the service to 40 Gbit.
API Documentation – The documentation for the /networks endpoint has been extended to include descriptions for `ordering` and `l3security`, as well as go into detail on the networks relations, like VLANs and servers.
Expert Panel – Deleting a Storage containing Snapshots would results in a silent error, we now loudly express that you cannot remove the Storage before removing all Snapshots on that Storage.
Expert Panel – Trying to delete a bucket that contained objects would result in an error – The delete button now becomes inactive for non-empty buckets.
Expert Panel – Mission Critical bug-fix -> “bootdevice” is now correctly written as “boot device”.
Expert Panel – There seems to be some debug output in the server create dialogue, fortunately, they were not the top-secret self-destruction codes just your personal account limits – Do keep an eye out and let us know if you find those secret codes though 🙂
API Documentation – Two fixes here – Power status now lists the correct Method & Networks are free so the pricing field has been removed from the description tables.
Panels – Object names were not always thoroughly sanitised and could therefore be used to execute code from the browser.
Panels – Single use sign-on tokens are now safer. The tokens are now tracked and correctly invalidated after their first use.
Hardware Profiles – The Q35 hardware profile didn’t automatically benefit from Hot-plugging.
Object Storage – You can now remove items from your Object Storage via the Easy Panel.
Hardware Profiles – The Sophos UTM hardware profile is now optimised for better network performance by using all CPU cores.
We replaced the standard Firewall Templates with your custom templates, hopefully improving your Firewall experience.Updated: Small miscommunication between the dev and release team – Previously, there were 19 public templates listed when activating a firewall, this was pretty cumbersome so we reduced it to 4 templates – Admin Server, Database Server, Web Server and Mail Server.
Panels – Without write permissions, non-admin users would see what seemed to be a broken header, now the removed actions are just faded so everything looks normal again, just faded out.
Panels – Removing a Firewall that was in use by a running server would cause an error, which you wouldn’t be able to see. A nice little error message will now let you know when something goes wrong.
Panels – The order of the Release Notes sub-sections in the new Notification Centre was different to that of the website, including the icons. So we aligned the order and icons used across the board.
API Documentation – Missed a thing or two – The fields
create_timeare now documented for PaaS endpoints.
API Documentation – The /events endpoint is now documented for Platform Services – where we show you how to retrieve event logs regarding your services.
API Documentation – Corrected the URL for linking a Storage to a Server and while here, we realised we left something out – While linking Storages/Iso-Images or Networks to a Server, you can set it as the default boot device, so we added the documentation to allow you to do so.
PaaS – If interested in multi-node cluster services – Keep an eye on the release notes because we have some cool services like ElasticSearch & MongoDB on the way!
Hardware Profiles – Hardware Profiles are now considered during cluster optimization, resulting in better cluster resource usage and increased performance.
Hardware Profiles – The Q35 Hardware Profile can now hot-plug CPU and RAM.
Panels – We’re very happy to announce the release of a new User Menu! If you are reading these releases from either our Expert or Easy Panel, then you have already been introduced! We have made it much easier to switch between the Easy/Expert Panel with the click of a button, We have created a notification centre, where you can read new releases (like these), check gridscales infrastructure status, we plan to add many more cool features here so watch this space!
Expert Panel – A new search function has been added allowing you to filter your resources in the Expert Panel.
Panels – Every second counts – When using 2-factor authentication to log in, the secret codes input field will be automatically focused, allowing you to log in quicker.
Object Storage – The maximum file size limit has been removed, feel free to upload files of any size you like!
Panels – Both Panel menus have been optimised for smaller screens.
Easy Panel – We did a lot of work on the status while uploading ISO Images. A new, clearer warning message when reaching Storage Limits. A helpful error message when something goes wrong along the way, and increased contrast on the importing state of the upload, making the process much more clear for you.
PaaS – After deleting a Platform Service, the current costs wouldn’t show up in the usage section anymore – Sorry for the confusion!
panels – Changes are now saved when you update you email address or VAT-ID.
panels – After changing the language while on the login page, the change wasn’t always persistent once you were logged into the Panel.
Partner Panel – White label customers can now set the default RDNS name for IP Addresses.
Panels – Two-Factor Authentication is now much more intuitive!
Panels – If you work with a lot of IP Addresses you will appreciate this one. Newly created IP Addresses will be highlighted for you so you don’t miss them.
Panels – The Load Balancer interface now fits better on smaller screens.
Expert Panel – A bug where you had to add more than one label to a server for them to be saved – is now fixed 🙂
Easy Panel – While editing Server Firewall rules you were shown a list of default rules as if they were editable. As a matter of fact, this functionality is limited to the Expert Panel so if your looking for more advanced customisations, please use the Expert panel.
Expert Panel – The IP Manager was displaying incorrect values for the status of the IP Addresses.
Firewall – Default drop rules are now appended instead of prepended to your existing rule set. This led to all ports being blocked upon activating the Firewall – whoopsie.
Panels – Safety first people! Creating firewall templates is much more streamline. The Expert Panel displays and allows editing upon creation. The Easy Panel uses the same rules except you can not edit them upon creation.
Object Storage – There was a problem with communicating errors while uploading large files. At gridscale we don’t like ugly warning messages, confusing UX and errors – so here we are: Better error notification, including the maximum upload size and we will also remove the file from the upload queue 🙂
Templates – gridscale Templates on the “create Storage” screen are now sorted alphabetically.
Panels – Non admin users should run into less errors, we have removed and cleaned up irrelevant actions, making everything clearer for you.
Panels – If you switched between the Expert and Easy Panels often, you may have noticed discrepancies when interacting with firewalls. All fixed now.
Panels – The Firewall interface wasn’t optimised for small screens.
PaaS – MariaDB is now available as a Platform Service via our API! You can find out more by sending a GET request to “https://api.gridscale.io/objects/paas/service_templates”.
API Documentation – Added the /template endpoint to the documentation, showing how you can get, create and edit templates via the API.
API Documentation – We have fully documented the /storages endpoint. Now including Snapshots and how to use the Snapshot Scheduler. Use this together with the /templates endpoint to create Snapshots of your Storages, export them to a bucket, create new templates and start new Storages from previously created templates.
API Documentation – The request example was wrong for creating a storage from a template. We’ve now fixed it and added all relevant documentation to get you started with templates. Have fun!
Expert Panel – You can now find your IP configuration details in the Expert Panel too!
Expert Panel – Fixed IP-Address and port validation.
Easy Panel – The order of events is now correct for Servers, Storages and Networks.
Easy Panel – Some buttons were available to users that didn’t have access to use them, sorry for the errors!
PaaS – MySQL Services have been upgraded yet again! You can now define
Max Packet Sizeparameters when creating your service.
Easy Panel – You’ll be able to use the pagination when deleting Snapshots now.
Easy Panel – We have added the more advanced state “optimizing” to Servers. While in this state you will be able to power on/off, rename, view history details and even use the VNC console!
Expert Panel – It is now clear when your accounts “storage limits” are reached in the Expert Panel.
Expert Panel – Changes to Server related IP Address were ignored, the Expert Panel should listen from now on.
PaaS – Fixed visual bugs when adjusting the parameters, some values were added when they shouldn’t have been.
Easy Panel – Finding detailed information regarding Firewall rules may have been difficult. They are now fixed and viewable via the Easy Panel.
Easy Panel – You can now optionally set names for each IP Address to help you to better identify IP Addresses in the Panel.
Easy Panel – We have now brought customizable parameters to the Panel for MySQL Platform Services. You can now set Default Timezones, Binary logging and more via our Panel.
Panels – The Panels should load even faster now, we are continuously working on improving Panel speeds.
Panels – The Date and Time picker has been optimized for Snapshots Scheduling. And extended to API expiration dates so they can be set more accurately.
Easy Panel – The IP Manager wasn’t too happy with IP address ranges and didn’t always display the correct configurations.
Panels – It is now much easier to recognize once you have reached your accounts Storage capacity limits when creating a Storage.
Panels – Deep linking in the Panel will now successfully redirect you to your original location after being requested to log in again.
Snapshots – Exporting S3 Snapshots could fail from time to time. We have been able to decrease the chances of this happening significantly!
Panels – Enabled Smart Auto-discovery mode on our Load Balancers in Layer-7 mode. They can now detect whether or not a backend server is using http or https, no need to choose manually anymore. Even more automation from our side 🙂
API – The API now shows if a Server is currently being optimised in the cluster. Support for the this feature will be added into the panel, as well as the ability to keep the VNC connected during optimisation.
Panels – Deleting Storages that still had attached Snapshot plans now automatically deleted the Snapshots instead of requiring you to remove the Snapshots first.
API – Optimised the reliability of ETag flushing.
Panels – Scrolling was prevented on the Cloud Automation interface on small screens. You can now reach the lower part of the panel.
Infrastructure – Our Cluster Self-Optimization now uses enhanced metrics to determine whether re-organizing newly started servers is required.
API – It’s nice to know why something failed, there were a few cases where we the returned errors weren’t specific enough.
API – We reserved certain input values on the backend, and inputting the same data doesn’t break requests anymore.
PaaS – You can now enable Binary Logging via our API for MySQL Platform Services, allowing you to log all changes to the database.
Expert Panel – The new Marketplace Templates were shown in the wrong place when creating a new Storage.
Expert Panel – Displaying empty resource lists (e.g Servers) would result in an API error, you should see an empty resource list now.
Panels – Wondering why your usage graphs aren’t displaying? Instead of an empty graph we now display a little message.
NEW Marketplace! – Simply chose from an array of ready-to-use templates and enter your credentials to get started. Currently supporting templates like WordPress, Redmine and Kopano, we plan to keep expanding the library. You can also import custom templates using the Marketplace Template Hash.
Easy Panel – Now supporting our Server Batch Create, making server creation much faster now.
Object Storage – You can now share files in your Object Storage with custom URLs, and custom “valid duration” times.
Easy Panel – PaaS usage graphs now behave the same way as the usage graphs in the expert panel.
Panels – You can now click-to-copy Object Storage Tokens.
Expert Panel – We now provide a date & time picker for Scheduling Snapshots.
Panels – Users can now use the same E-mail address for different Tenant & Public Cloud accounts.
Partners – Partners can now set custom Reverse DNS pre and suffix for their clients IP addresses.
Panels – Viewing the API Documentation on smaller devices would cause part of the API menu to rest underneath the Panel Menu.
Panels – Closing overlays won’t cause problems anymore.
Panels – Icons should always display properly now.
Panels – We now recognise when a user isn’t validated and will refrain from making API requests that are forbidden.
Panels – Sometimes too helpful.. Password autofill is now disabled in the panel sign-up form.
Panels – The panel wasn’t too happy when you reached your accounts limits, and, on occasion, would decide to not display the form the create a new storage.
Expert Panel – The scroll bars to view the servers history are on a strict diet.
Expert Panel – In the rare case that you were on the last page, with only one resource displayed on that page, and you deleted it.. You won’t get stuck on an empty page anymore.
Expert Panel – The UUID of the associated user wasn’t listed with their relevant API keys.
API – We have reduced the ETags TTL from 24 hours to 3 minutes. Guaranteeing that the information in the panel is always up to date.
Partner Panel – Partners can now use a single email address to login to multiple accounts.
API Documentation – Added PaaS and Server Metric endpoints to the docs. Allowing you to granularly monitor the usage of these services, in real time.
API Documentation – You can now leave feedback easily. Click the “make suggestion” button next to a header section and you’ll find an pre-filled email, just describe the bug and send 🙂
API Documentation – For easier navigation, Status and Release Notes links have been added to the top of the public API documentation.
API – The /objects/servers/
/metrics endpoint was missing the OPTIONS method, making it unusable in the panel.
Expert Panel – Improved design of table navigation.
API Documentation – Added required fields to firewall documentation.
API Documentation – Added missing fields src_port & dst_cidr to firewall documentation.
Expert Panel – It’s now clear which date format is required to schedule a snapshot plan.
Expert Panel – The events timeline bar was overlapping the timestamps.
One-click-copy has been added to the API documentation!
PaaS parameters are now documented, which will allow you to customise your services. Inspect the ‘parameters_schema’ field on the GET /objects/paas/service_templates endpoint to find out more.
You can now specify MySQL PaaS service’s SQL Mode through service parameters (currently only available via the API).
The CORS table in the API documentation was a little mixed up.
We have set up the building blocks for our up-and-coming Marketplace, which will allow you to access a wide range ready-to-use templates. Getting you set up even faster.
In the Expert Panel, you can now see the LUN (Logical unit number) that a storage has on the connected Server.
Our Platform Services now support a finer way to set service parameters. This will eventually allow you to fine-tune the setup of your Services, from creation to runtime.
The login form is now automatically submitted after entering 2-factor authentication (if 2-factor authentication is enabled).
On rare occasion, a bug could cause breakout interfaces to stop working after a number of migrations.
A logging module wasn’t familiar with non-ascii characters, potentially causing provisioning failures if provided.
The panel didn’t like it when you followed a deep link without a valid session, so it wasn’t showing anything. It now behaves appropriately.
Along with the remapping of all the content, we have given our website a long deserved redesign! We really hope you like it 🙂
You can now setup Load Balancers via our API! See how it’s done here
After Updating SEPA data, you wouldn’t get a confirmation message and loading would seem to continue – even though your data had actually saved.
When scheduling a snapshot in the expert panel, the “next runtime” wouldn’t save correctly.
You can now actually schedule snapshots via the quick view in the expert panel.
The new “comments” section for firewall rules is now documented in our API reference. Allowing you to set human readable descriptions for each of your rules.
Proper flushing – Changing tenant prices, features or resources in the Partner Panel will now update properly.
More flushing – Our real-time data endpoints are now excluded from the ETag, so more accurate data!
With all the possible combinations for firewall rules it can get overwhelming, so we have enabled a comment field for each rule, allowing you to describe what each rule is for. This is easily done via your Panel, just edit your existing rules or create a new one and you will find there is a comment field available.
Time-is-money. On average, Platform Services now deploy 30 seconds faster!
We have some exciting new releases coming for our Platform Services, we have made the neccesary preparations for them.
Updating labels on a Load Balancer was broken since the last release.
ETags are now properly invalidated if partners add new Private-MLPS interfaces to a tenant.
Our ETag checking is now more rigorous so changes from one user are instantly visible to another user on the same account.
The VNC console can now handle server reconnects! Hopefully much easier to work with over longer periods of time.
The new PaaS metrics weren’t always fined tuned enough, especially for storages lower than 1 GB – not too fun to look a flat line.
Without a full data set the PaaS metric graphs could break
The new PaaS metric graphs came with the possibility of viewing metrics for other Services you had previously opened 🙂
You can view real-time metrics of your Platform Service! Just open the Service you want to view and we will show you usage graphs and their current usage.
You can now spin-up a dynamic Memcached service with our Platform Services!
Trial users can now experiment with and learn how our Platform Services work. Without actually creating one.
We now return “object_uuid” instead of “paas_services_uuid” & “paas_security_zone_uuid” as it’s more consistent with the rest of the API.
We normalised the “Content-Type: application/json” example request headers in the API documentation.
A regex script cleaning up the API documentation missed a few hashtags..#woops.
Our Cloud Automation Service now supports the “on all events” trigger – allowing you to monitor everything that happens in your infrastructure!
GET requests to the CAS API will now return the executing users UUID & Token – even more control.
CAS email actions are now more robust.
When creating a gridscale template with an invalid sshkey-uuid, the error response is now more clear as to what actually failed.
Changing the access rights for an existing or new API key is now more clear, you can either give it “full access” or “read only” permissions.
Our VNC has been updated, it now supports more special characters and has better stability, scalability and performance.
Some API endpoints were returning information that wasn’t useful for you, so we removed them and normalised the responses across the board for consistency.
Reverse-DNS updates were being temperamental.
If you were looking for a specific Platform Service you had running via our API, but instead got a list of Service Templates.. sorry about that.
Fixed a bug where Ubuntu 18.04 templates were taking a long time to boot.
Multiple fixes in the API documentation, we normalised the layout of each endpoint + all /event endpoints are now properly described.
Debian 9 – An error in the sshd config file was causing problems with root login.
You just can’t… We now tell you why you can’t remove a network with Services connected to it.
Your Memory selection is now shown above the slider when creating a new Platform Service.
GDPR-fun- We made some small changes to our onboarding process.
When updating Platform Services, they won’t stall in the provisioning state anymore.
CPU cores and Storage now scale dynamically for all Platform Services. Only memory needs to be selected and we will handle the rest. This keeps your infrastructure running no matter what loads your services experience.
We have new memory packages for our Platform Services, giving you better packages to choose from.
You can now set limits to the amount of CPUs your Platform Services can use, giving you even greater flexibility over your infrastructure costs.
Increased performance of the memory-usage algorithm during infrastructure self-healing.
Our API documentation has been updated to reflect the recent changes to our PaaS.
Security zones can now be created during the creation of a Platform Service.
Security zones can now be renamed via the dashboard.
Freshly created objects will now always be found.
An internal logging mechanism would sometimes block services from stopping properly.
We now support more than 2 storages in all non-legacy hardware profiles.
We recently made CAS more flexible by allowing you to toggle your Cloud Automation down to the task. But a few tasks were becoming temperamental if CAS was switched on and off.
CAS E-Mail notification tasks, which don’t contain any text or HTML are working now.
We are making some exciting changes to our Platform Services soon. The backup/restore feature is now fully prepared.
We have improved how we handle fraud.
Multiple bug fixes in our PaaS, including Service names and Network objects not updating, and an easier to handle status name for to-be-deleted Platform services.
The VNC has a few nice features like ESC and Ctrl+Alt+Del buttons, they are now working.
Date time formatting is now fixed in certain browsers.
PaaS was never intended to be available for trial users.
We love making your life easier. You can now activate and deactivate CAS tasks, allowing you to create and toggle tasks according to your needs.
With the release of Ubuntu 18.04, we will deprecate Ubuntu 14.04 from May 14th. If you would like to continue to use it you should install an Ubuntu 14.04 storage and clone future installs off of it.
It may not have been clear exactly which fields were required when making requests to our API, hopefully it is now.
Multiple fixes in the API reference, including wrong endpoints & typos, all fixed.
Platform Services were taking a while to show up in the dashboard of your panel, they now appear faster.
Requesting an IP Address could have prevented further action to IP Addresses.
You can now use Ubuntu 18.04 LTS BionicBeaver with gridscale! BionicBeaver is optimized for Multi-Cloud, Containers, AI & Security. Find it under the list of Ubuntu templates when creating a new Storage.
Platform Services are now configurable via the API. You can read the docs here
PaaS is now toggled onto your menu by default.
You may have noticed in the panel, that storages would occasionally not update after being removed from a server. Well not anymore.
Every little helps – POST, PATCH and DELETE API requests are processed a little faster – Reportedly by tens of milliseconds!
We’ve included IPv4 & IPv6 address requests in the Expert Panels batch creation. Meaning that your requests to create a Server, with Storages, Networks and IP Addresses are a little faster, while reducing the volume of backend requests.
PaaS Updates – Redis updated from v4.0.8 -> v4.0.9 & MySQL updated from v5.7.21 -> v5.7.22
With certain customers, several API endpoints weren’t returning the the “current_price”. It is now returned, at the exact price set for each resource.
Several Bug fixes – some errors were resulting in failed requests. Ultimately, a nicer UX for you with our new PaaS.
As gridscale grows, so does our customers workload requirements – Our internal checks can handle anything you throw at us giving DevOps some peace of mind 🙂
It’s now much easier to switch off CAS notifications and billing – just disable CAS billing and all of your tasks will be deactivated without having to remove them.
API Error handling – if an error were to happen during a long and complex task, we now ensure that all resources and locks are cleaned and ready for use.
Our Infrastructures Auto-Optimisation and Self-Healing has been improved! Meaning better telemetry and even better placement of your services.
We listen to your feedback! PaaS details are now clearer, we have created a tutorial and you can find it in the panel along with many other improvements you asked for!
The “receiver” field in CAS email tasks is now a dropdown, allowing for even faster task creation.
The CAS and Firewalls endpoint has been added to our API Documentation.
API GET request on the networks endpoint failed if the network was the public network interface.
A Scheduled Snapshot created via the Expert-Panel would fail if no next_runtime was set.
A few updates ago we enabled the HTTP ETag to speed up your panels – Turns out if a server was shutdown via ACPI or from within the server, the HTTP ETag would not flush – meaning that the server would still appear as running until you refreshed your page, small sacrifice for the performance boost I’d say, but that’s now fixed too!
CAS – during task execution, if the event-key wasn’t available the task would not execute, now it ignores this and will send incomplete data – so you can pick up from there.
A wire was crossed in the CAS validation for tasks regarding adding IP Addresses to a server – stopping these tasks from being fired.
Object Storage paths are now correct in the Bucket Explorer.
Under the hood – removed redundant API requests when loading your Load Balancers.
Icon Fonts fixed.
Fixed a pagination bug in the Expert Panel.
Our API was optimised for mobile, so now the header is too.
Just like the Expert Panel, we split the API into two different menus – one where you can find and create your API credentials, and another where you can read the documentation.
Fixed a bug that prevented the menu icons from loading consistently
The CAS partner pricing was slightly off and has been adjusted accordingly.
Our internal error/exception reporting has been optimized to detect and remove bugs even faster.
Your invoices received a small layout update, hopefully making them clearer.
We improved our process for dealing with your support tickets, for faster response times and happier customers.
Noticeable improvements to our PaaS service – Our Users seem to agree too.
Marketplace tooltips in the grid-view were cleaned up.
Fixed a few UI bugs in our PaaS service.
You can now successfully use the POST and PATCH example requests in our API documentation. (You may need to clear your cache to see the new changes)
When deleting a Server, it wasn’t clear whether connected resources, such as IP’s were also deleted – so now there’s a prompt to remind you.
Partner Panel – We’ve adapted the menu to suit the new gridscale style and enabled PaaS & CAS
So many improvements.. We improved Cloud Automation, fixed minor bugs and added customer feedback so we can improve even further. Oh and here’s a tutorial to get started.
PaaS integration is now clearer, with more details about the service.
Your UserId and Token are now injected into the API documentation, so you can copy example code snippets straight into your code.
Fixed language errors in the Account section.
Removed the network speed indicator from the VNC when it’s in a separate window, due to an annoyance with an employee and their virtual desktop.
Panel usage is now lightning fast – We have enabled the HTTP Etag request header. A relatively simple implementation with a huge impact, using our panels will be much faster while greatly reducing the load on the API for GET requests with identical content to previously cached data.
Deploying a new server with gridscale was already fast – now Servers deploy 10% faster!
We strive to make your experience with gridscale enjoyable, so our devs have made an array of changes to the our new Cloud Automation service – so a smoother experience for everyone.
Plugged a leak – Although it wasn’t affecting customers, memory leaks aren’t welcome.
LoadBalancers may have prevented the request of your LetsEncrypt SSL certificates
Now it’s even easier to keep up to date with our releases. There will be a little red counter on your Gravatar indicating how many releases you’ve missed.
We have completely re-designed our API documentation – It’s now clear, well documented, Extensive and will be kept up to date with every new service we release! We will be adding our Node library to the request examples so stay tuned – API Docs
You can now create shutdown events via Cloud Automation.
It’s now clearer for our users with trial accounts, exactly what you can do before adding a payment method.
Our sign-up and e-mail validation process has been refined for a better user experience.
Successful requests to increase resource limits are now always honoured when creating new storages.
When deleting a snapshot, it wasn’t clear what state it was in. So we’ve cleared it up.
Improved Network creation – Layer 2 security will always be displayed, allowing faster network protection.
LoadBalancers – Instructions are even clearer now.
Smoother Menu – Navigating to another resource will close the menu automatically.
Some CAS event selectors were misplaced, so we put them back where they belong.
In certain situations, Hot-Plugging cores was prevented due to a bug.
Tenant pricing was (vary rarely) calculated wrong.
Editing firewall rules has now been standardized between the Easy and Expert Panel, simplifying the process of switching between panels.
Along with a link to our release notes, we’ve improved the User Menu in your Easy Panel with new icons and a clearer layout.
All your IP addresses will now be displayed when editing Firewalls.
Cloud Automation is now in open BETA, and available to all clients. You can now Autonomously inform team members or external tools if anything changes in your infrastructure.
We’ve just rolled out our PaaS-Services, which are now in open BETA. Find out more here
With our expansion internationally, we’re happy to announce our Easy Panel is now completely translated to English – Expert Panel to follow
Focusing the search field with the menu open would cause the drop-down to appear below the navigation, making it overlap.
With so many cool new features being released, we ran out of space in your menu. Well, it’s now customizable, so pick and choose what menu items you want to see, when you want to see them.
What’s the point of a bucket if you can’t access it easily – Files in your buckets are now accessible when adding Marketplace Templates.
You can now generate Signed URLs directly from the Object Storage Explorer.
In addition to power off, the “ACPI shutdown” command can now be used to shutdown your servers safely.
We have added a number of different hardware profiles for your servers – Nested, Cisco CSR, Sophos UTM, F5 BigIp and Q35 Chipset. This give you increased flexibility, allowing you to react faster to your requirements.
You may have seen different values for your ISO-Images than expected, it was only visual, but it’s fixed now.
Sometimes, downsizing Storage would trigger an unnecessary warning message.
Entering numbers while using Firefox didn’t always work, now it does.
For those whose IP addresses got deleted when editing a server, sorry. It won’t happen again.
For those wondering how much storage types were costing them, they’re now viewable in your usage overview.
Seeing the correct calculations for templates on your Usage was a hit-or-miss.
We’ve extended our API to support billing – allowing you to clearly see expenses on your side.
Sometimes it could be months before you received an invoice, so for transparency, we added an automated and more frequent email – to keep you informed about your usages at gridscale.
Creating a new storage from a saved template didn’t always work.
For the experts – your server list would sometime appear in a random order, sorry about that.
Toggling the default Server Boot Device, now actually toggles it.
Updating Firewall rules won’t disappear anymore upon being saved.
Sometimes, invoices and detailed usage reports weren’t generated correctly, but not anymore.
You can now export Storage Snapshots to your object storage – allowing you to download and replicate your infrastructure anywhere.
The watchdog process now works faster on our Load Balancers.
Marketplace – you can now easily deploy 3rd party software from gridscale template providers.
You can now filter and download your Audit Logs in .csv format.