We are drastically improving the way API keys are managed from the dashboard.
Starting today you can create multiple API keys for your account, give them a name and see when they were created and last used. These API keys can also be revoked, streamlining the process of rolling your keys when you need to.
As we near CentOS 6 end of life in November, we are discontinuing new deployments of this Operating System from our platform.
Mist.io, an open-source multi-cloud management platform, now officially integrates with Maxihost.
With the new integration you'll be able to connect to, deploy, and manage your Maxihost servers straight from Mist.io. It's an incredible platform if you're running a hybrid cloud and want to manage everything from a single place.
To get started, sign up for an account with Mist.io and add your Maxihost credentials from the Clouds page.
Today we have quite a few direct peers and internet exchanges joining our network. Here is the list:
São Paulo: Seaborn Networks
Miami: Microsoft and Akamai
Los Angeles: Facebook, Apple, and Akamai
Los Angeles: Any2Exchange
New York: DE-CIX
Maxihost is deprecating version 1.0 of its API to make way for version 1.1.
On January 31st, sending the 1.1 version header will no longer be necessary, and all endpoints will start automatically responding on the 1.1 namespace.
If you're not sending the 1.1 header, it means you're using version 1.0. Please review your requests and check if they need to be changed.
We're excited to make ESXi 6.7 available for deployment on all servers. This is the perfect OS to virtualize your workloads. Fully installed and working in 10 minutes. ⏱
Start preparing for the next Ubuntu stable release with Ubuntu 19.10, now available for all server types.