Change Log #6

Stacks, Vultr provider, Debian 9 support and more


Stack is a set of services and hosts needed for your application to run. It is a very easy way to deploy your application in different environments (development, testing, staging, production).

All services and services’ settings which D2C supports through the interface can be described with Stackfile in YAML format.

We have prepared some stacks as examples. Full list of ready-made stacks

Here is a video example of importing MEAN stack:

Vultr provider

From now, we support Vultr cloud provider. Available in 15 Cities Worldwide. 

You can add it in “Create host” menu or settings

Logs update

We have changed the design of logs, added search and filters.

Debian 9 support

Now you can connect own hosts with Debian 9.

Sticky sessions support

From now, you can enable sticky sessions in editing service config of HAProxy service.

D2C documentation

We support two languages: English and Russian. Both versions are available on GitHub

D2C Knowledgebase

Introducing our blog. We are going to write about things which be useful for developers – scaling algorithms, architectures, applications, tricks and so on.

For now, there are two articles:

New supported versions of services

  • Redis: 4.0
  • PostgreSQL: 10.0
  • Memcached: 1.5
  • Elastic Search: 5.5
  • Go: 1.9
  • Crate: 2.0, 2.1

Improvements and fixes

  • Increased stability of Weave network
  • Auto start of host if resizing was failed
  • Updated terminal

What we are going to do next

  • Cron jobs
  • Backups for databases
  • Export project to a stack file
  • Team management support


If you want to suggest any features to our roadmap, leave your comments here