Latitude.sh partnered with Cloud 66 to make deploying your apps on the Edge more straightforward. With Latitude.sh and Cloud66, developers can deploy their applications on bare metal servers by simply pushing to master.
Multi-cloud management is a mess. We want to make it easier, so we're announcing the Latitude.sh integration with Mist.io.
Measuring and understanding your traffic is an important part for sizing your infrastructure and keeping costs under control. Today, we're excited to launch new bandwidth graphs. They are much faster and easier to read, and were built from the ground up to help you make more sense of your traffic.
With RBAC you can easily add and remove users, assign one of four predefined roles, and limit access to your account based on what people are allowed to do within your account.
It’s good to know that your Bare Metal is being deployed instantly after you requested it, but it’s much better when you know what’s happening during that process. Starting today, you can!
We’re extremely excited to announce that the API that powers Control, Maxihost’s web interface, is now finally public! Get started now
Today we’re excited to release a new feature: OS reinstallation. Now you’ll be able to reinstall your Bare Metal Cloud servers with only a few clicks.
We are excited to announce the release of new features in Control. We’ve added a feature to make it easier to quickly deploy new servers, a new feedback widget, and layout adjustments to make the dashboard more streamlined and easier to use.