Changelog

New features and updates to Latitude.sh
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Rocky Linux and Debian 10 are available on the Latitude.sh platform

Rocky Linux and Debian 10

March 29, 2022

Rocky Linux and Debian 10 are now available for all instant and spot instances across all locations.

Bandwidth quota

Manage your bandwidth quota

March 11, 2022

We are excited to announce that now you can manage your quota directly from the dashboard and API. This feature gives lets you adjust the amount of bandwidth your project can consume before it starts incurring overages.

Manage your project bandwidth quota from the Usage page and have more control over your consumption.

Read the documentation and the API reference →

Chicago 2 and Tokyo 2 core locations

Chicago 2 and Tokyo 2 have been promoted to Core

March 11, 2022

We have promoted the Chicago 2 and Tokyo 2 locations from Custom to Core. You can now add more resiliency to your workloads in the US and Japan regions without the need for a custom deployment.

Go to the dashboard →

Power actions

Faster and more reliable power actions

February 8, 2022

We have made improvements to make power actions faster and more reliable. Now, requests respond three times faster, and sending power on, power off, and reboot requests immediately update your servers' state on the dashboard and API.

Read the documentation or go to the API reference →