Changelog

Follow the latest changes, improvements, and new features released to the Koyeb platform.

August 01, 2022

Feature - Koyeb Terraform Provider

We publicly released the Koyeb Terraform provider. The provider allows you to provision, change, and version Koyeb resources including apps, domains, secrets, and services.

To learn more about how to get started using the Koyeb Terraform provider, check out the documentation on the Terraform registry.

July 26, 2022

Feature - Display Koyeb deployment status in GitHub commits

Each time you push a new commit to your GitHub repository, you can now see and follow the Koyeb deployment status for each GitHub commit.

July 20, 2022

Improvements - Services and Services Deployment Documentation

We improved the service and deployment documentation to make it easier for you to get started, learn how Services work, and troubleshoot issues.

July 04, 2022

Feature - Support build and run commands in the CLI

Setting up build and run commands for git-driven deployments was previously only available using the Koyeb console. You can now pass them when using the Koyeb CLI.

June 30, 2022

Feature - Pause service

You can now pause a service while keeping the configuration and be able to restart that service later on. This is especially useful during the development and testing phases.

Feature - Pause service
June 27, 2022

Feature - Display Koyeb deployments in GitHub

When deploying your apps with git, we now show the Koyeb deployments status on your GitHub repository's page.

Feature - Display Koyeb deployments in GitHub
June 24, 2022

Improvement - List git repository branches

Previously, the branch had to be set via a free-text input when using git-driven deployment. This action was error-prone. We now list all the branches based on the selected repository.

Improvement - List git repository branches
June 03, 2022

Improvement - Set the default repository branch as the branch value

When using git-driven deployment, the branch is now automatically set to the default repository branch.

May 26, 2022

Feature - The Koyeb CLI for ARM64 machines

All versions of the CLI are now also shipped for ARM64 machines and in brew on MacOS.

May 10, 2022

Improvement - Automatic retry in case of platform-related build failure

We've added automatic retry on builds to make sure hardware failures are transparent from an end-user perspective.

May 02, 2022

Feature - Moving domains between Koyeb Apps

You can now easily switch the Koyeb App your domains are pointing to.

All incoming traffic will be rerouted to the new Koyeb App immediately.

April 22, 2022

Improvement - Service mesh IPv6 DNS Resolution

Inside of the service mesh, our DNS servers were returning NXDOMAIN status on IPv6 DNS resolution causing resolution failures with some DNS clients. They now return NOERROR and the resolution performs as it should.

April 15, 2022

Feature - APEX domains support

We now allow the use of APEX domains (top-level domains) with your Koyeb Apps.

To bind APEX domains on Koyeb, your DNS provider needs to support the creation of ALIAS/ANAME records.

April 01, 2022

Improvement - Build timeout

The time limit for builds is now set to 30 minutes to provide faster feedback and prevent builds from hanging in case of build misconfiguration.

If your build needs more than 30 minutes to complete, contact us!

March 28, 2022

Feature - Multi-region deployment engine

The Koyeb engine and APIs received a major update to prepare for the addition of new core locations. You can now configure instance types, scale, and environment variables at the service level and per region.

A new version of the CLI and the Koyeb console have been released to reflect these changes and provide a simple way to deploy across multiple regions.

March 18, 2022

Feature - Custom domains preview

You can now set up your own domains on your Koyeb Apps and enjoy fully automated TLS. The feature is currently available in preview, contact us if you want to set up your domain!

March 16, 2022

Feature - WebSocket support and new edge network

We’re excited to share that the new Koyeb Edge Network is live and WebSockets support is available for everyone without any modification. WebSockets can now be used on all apps.

The changes we made on our Edge Network also bring the number of edge locations available on the Koyeb platform to over 270 cities (55 previously) to improve latencies and accelerate load times around the world.

March 10, 2022

Feature - Search documentation

We added search to the Koyeb documentation to let you easily find the information you are looking for.

March 01, 2022

Feature - WebSocket preview

We revamped the Koyeb Edge Network to support Websockets, custom domains, and additional core locations.

WebSocket support is now available in preview!

February 22, 2022

Improvement - Teardown old unhealthy deployments

We identified a bug where old unhealthy deployments were still running instead of being stopped. Unhealthy deployments are now stopped, freeing up resources for other deployments.

January 25, 2022

Feature - Deployment failure notifications

Koyeb will now send you an email to inform you in case of a deployment failure.

Feature - Deployment failure notifications
January 20, 2022

Feature - Execute command on Instances in the control panel

You can now execute commands or get a shell to troubleshoot your deployments via the control panel. Previously this feature was only accessible using Koyeb CLI.

Feature - Execute command on Instances in the control panel
January 19, 2022

Improvement - Revamped service status

We completely revamped the Services status to reflect the reality. Our new status system is now available for Instances, Deployments, and Services.

January 18, 2022

Improvement - Activity stream

We have enriched the activity stream by adding operations performed on Apps and Services events so you now get the full history of actions performed on your account

January 14, 2022

Improvement - Faster builds for git-driven deployments

We accelerated the build for applications deployed using git-driven deployment by 10-20 seconds. The service mesh is no longer connected during the build process, which reduces overhead.

January 12, 2022

Feature - New larger instance types

We have added new instance types to support intensive workloads. You can now run your applications on the Large (4 CPUs / 4GB RAM) and XLarge (8CPUs / 8GB RAM) instances. You can request access to these instances directly from the Koyeb control panel.

Feature - New larger instance types
January 10, 2022

Improvement - Revamped deployment status

We completely revamped deployments status. You can now know the exact state of your deployments from a single place, so you don’t need to look at different levels to troubleshoot and identify errors. Each deployment has a status and a clear message defining its current state.

Improvement - Revamped deployment status
January 06, 2022

Improvement - Node.js builds

We enhanced the behavior of Node.js builds with devDependencies. Previously, if you set NODE_ENV to production, devDependencies were not installed, resulting in errors for some applications. We now install all project dependencies during the build stage.

For Node.js builds. we fixed the duplicate build that was happening when a `build` script was referenced in your package.json and you also defined a custom build command. If you configure a `build` command in your Service, it now has the authority over the default build command `yarn build` or `npm run build`.

January 05, 2022

Improvement - CLI helpers in Console

We added CLI helpers throughout the Koyeb Console to show how to use the Koyeb CLI to interact with the console directly from your terminal.

Improvement - CLI helpers in Console
December 21, 2021

Feature - "Deploy to Koyeb" button

The Deploy to Koyeb button helps users deploy applications with one single click. It's ideal for developers looking to create fast deployment option for their users. This button can easily be added to Docker registry public descriptions and git repositories readme files.

Feature - "Deploy to Koyeb" button
December 20, 2021

Feature - Execute commands and get shell access on Service instances

For advanced troubleshooting cases, you can now execute commands on instances supporting your services. You can execute simple commands or launch an interactive shell to investigate production issues.

Feature - Execute commands and get shell access on Service instances
December 20, 2021

Feature - Build and runtime logs in the Koyeb CLI

Build and runtime logs were previously only accessible via the Koyeb control panel. We added them to the Koyeb CLI: you can now visualize your logs directly from your terminal.

Feature - Build and runtime logs in the Koyeb CLI
December 20, 2021

Feature - Deploy Git repository with the Koyeb CLI

The Koyeb CLI now supports the creation of Services using git-driven deployment. The GitHub app must be first installed on your account using the control panel to use this feature.

December 20, 2021

Improvement - Koyeb API and CLI v2.1

We released major improvements of the API and a new version of the Koyeb CLI to improve the developer experience. It's now easier to enjoy the full Koyeb experience right from your terminal!

December 17, 2021

Feature - Service and Deployment Instance history

Services are backed by one or more Instances which are technically Firecracker MicroVMs. These Instances are automatically created by the platform to support your application. You can now visualize the Instances history for each Service and for each Deployment.

The Instance history is useful to troubleshoot deployment failures: you can easily retrieve runtime logs and execute shell commands on a specific Instance.

December 17, 2021

Improvement - Full-screen mode and performance of control panel logs

We improved the build and runtime logs control panel components with a fullscreen mode and improved performances for applications with a high logging rate.

December 16, 2021

Improvement - Display build duration

When using Koyeb's built-in Continuous Deployment feature, we now display the build duration to help you analyze and optimize your build performances.

Improvement - Display build duration
December 15, 2021

Improvement - Build logs status messages

Previously, there were no clear start or end messages in the build logs.

We now display clear messages to communicate when a build starts, succeeds, or fails. This information is useful when troubleshooting build issues.

Improvement - Build logs status messages
December 14, 2021

Feature - Disk encryption at rest

We see security as a crucial subject and we believe this should be a built-in feature, not an option.

To prevent data leaks, we already encrypt all in-transit data, including the network traffic between all of our hypervisors. We’re acting as if we had absolutely no trust in the underlying private networks we use.

We now also encrypt all customer data stored at rest, without any action required from you. All customer data stored on our hypervisors are now encrypted using AES256.

December 07, 2021

Improvement - Documentation for Git Deployments and Edge Network

We improved our Deploy with Git documentation by adding sections explaining how to use the build and run commands on Koyeb.

We also revamped our Edge Network documentation to explain how health-checks are performed, how to use sub-paths on Koyeb, and how to optimize caching at our edge locations.

November 30, 2021

Feature - 1-Click example applications

We created a collection of application examples you can deploy on Koyeb with a single click. These examples allow you to discover how to deploy applications using different runtimes and frameworks.

October 22, 2021

Feature - Unified runtime log stream by Service

Previously, it was impossible to access the runtime logs for an entire Service because you had to switch between nodes, stdout, and stderr streams to see all the logs, making it hard to troubleshoot issues.

You can now see all runtime logs for a Service in a single view and filter the logs by node.

Feature - Unified runtime log stream by Service
October 22, 2021

Improvement - Service overview

We improved the service overview in the console to simplify deployment troubleshooting. Only active and in-transition deployments are now visible and the previous deployments can be found in the dedicated tab.

We also added the deployment ID near the node entry in the node table as you might have nodes related to different deployments running simultaneously when traffic is shifting.

Improvement - Service overview
October 15, 2021

Feature - Typed Secret for private registries

Secrets for container registry configuration were previously simple Key/Value objects. Now, there is a typed secret available directly in the API and CLI that simplifies configuring your private container registries.

This allows us to validate the structure of your registry secrets before you submit them, only list registry secrets when you are adding a private registry and list only simple secrets when you are configuring environment variables.

Feature - Typed Secret for private registries
October 14, 2021

Improvement - API token tracing

We now display the name of the API token which performed each action listed in your recent activities.

Improvement - API token tracing
October 13, 2021

Feature - Dark mode display

For those who like working in the dark, we added a dark mode to the console.

Feature - Dark mode display
October 12, 2021

Improvement - New Console Design

We revamped our console to give it a more sleek look and feel.

Improvement - New Console Design
September 27, 2021

Improvement - Trace IDs on 5XX error pages

We added Trace IDs to the Koyeb 5XX error pages that you might encounter if your application can't be reached from the Koyeb network. This unique Trace ID will help us diagnose and troubleshoot issues faster.

September 25, 2021

Feature - Custom build and run commands for git continuous deployment

For git-driven deployments, it was previously not possible to run custom commands during the build stage and having a Procfile in a repository was mandatory to let Koyeb know how to run your application.

You can now provide a custom build command and define the run command directly from the control panel. Procfiles can still be used to specify the run command of your application but will be overwritten if you define a run command.

September 24, 2021

Feature Preview - Git-Driven Deployment

Git-driven deployment is available in preview! You can now connect your GitHub repository in a matter of seconds, and Koyeb will automatically build and deploy your application each time you git push.

You can deploy applications written in Node.js, Go, Python, PHP, Ruby, Java, and Scala. We manage the build process of your applications using Cloud Native Buildpacks.

September 23, 2021

Improvement - Service environment variable PORT pre-set

We now pre-set a PORT environment variable matching the default service port.

This improvement will simplify configuration and should reduce deployment misconfigurations and failures.

September 21, 2021

Improvement - Console logs and support of ASCII colors

The log control panel now renders ASCII colors to improve readability and simplify troubleshooting. This feature request was tracked here.

We also added a button in the log view of the Koyeb Console to easily copy the logs. This feature request was tracked here.

August 27, 2021

Feature - DigitalOcean Container Registry Support

Deploying from a DigitalOcean registry previously required you to manually configure a Secret for your credentials.

We added DigitalOcean to the list of registry providers to make it easier to deploy your Docker image from a DigitalOcean Registries.

August 09, 2021

Improvements - Koyeb CLI 2.0.1

Koyeb CLI version 2.0.1 has been released to improve the developer experience when interacting with Koyeb from the terminal.

July 28, 2021

Improvements - Service Discovery in Control Panel

When using the service discovery via the mesh, you previously had to copy the name of each service manually. This action was error-prone.

We added a copy-to-clipboard icon next to the service private DNS entry. You can now quickly copy and use the domain name on other services of your app.

July 27, 2021

Reliability - Deployment success rate and speed

We've observed an increased amount of failures related to the growing number of deployments.

We reworked several core deployment jobs to increase deployment speed and reduce unexpected failures.

July 27, 2021

Improvements - Node Status in Control Panel

Previously, retrieving the nodes' status details in the control panel was done by hovering over the status. It was both counter-intuitive and unergonomic.

You now view the status and easily understand what is happening on each node thanks to a dedicated panel.

Improvements - Node Status in Control Panel
July 01, 2021

Feature - Amazon Elastic Container Registry Support

To deploy from an Amazon Elastic Container Registry, you previously had to manually create a new Secret to store the AWS ECR configuration. This was error-prone and often led to deployment failures.

We simplified the process by adding AWS ECR to the list of registry providers on the service creation page allowing you to easily deploy Docker images from AWS ECR.

June 24, 2021

Feature - GitHub Action for Koyeb CLI

The GitHub Action for Koyeb CLI offers a simple way to install, configure and use the CLI in your GitHub Actions workflows.

The Action is useful to add continuous deployment of your app to the Koyeb platform. It also allows you to perform operations on your Koyeb resources directly from your GitHub Actions worflows.

June 22, 2021

Feature - Koyeb CLI v2.0 release

The v2.0 of the Koyeb CLI (Command Line Interface) is now available and ready to let you manage all your Koyeb resources directly from the terminal!

The Koyeb CLI is a critical tool to improve the deployment experience. It provides a fast way to interact with Koyeb when you develop, build and deploy your applications.

Feature - Koyeb CLI v2.0 release
June 18, 2021

Feature - Koyeb Go SDK

You can now easily interact programmatically with the Koyeb platform using the Koyeb Go SDK. The Koyeb Go client allows you to leverage all the capabilities of the Koyeb platfom in your Go applications.

May 28, 2021

Improvement - API Documentation

The API Documentation was completely redesigned and updated to include new endpoints. Deprecated endpoints have been removed. We also updated the introduction of the API documentation with clearer instructions on how to get started using the Koyeb API.

May 26, 2021

Feature - Azure Container Registry Support

Deploying from an Azure Container registry required manually creating a new Secret to store the ACR configuration.

We streamlined the process by adding Azure Container Registry to the list of registry providers on the service creation page, so you can now easily deploy Docker images from Azure Container Registry.

May 24, 2021

Feature - Server-Sent Events (SSE)

Our edge network was not allowing you to use server-sent events in your application.

Server-sent events are now natively supported on all applications.

May 21, 2021

Feature - Service Mesh & Discovery available for all Apps

Our built-in Service Mesh & Discovery is now fully operational. All the services inside an App can now communicate securely using the Koyeb mesh network.

No configuration is needed to benefit from the Service Mesh & Discovery features. Simply use the automatic private DNS entry of a service to connect and communicate with it.

May 04, 2021

Improvement - Network immediately available at startup of service

Previously, the containers hosting your services started even if the network was not ready. This sometimes caused outgoing connections to fail at boot time when the network took more than 100ms to come up.

The issue is now solved and your service code is started after the mesh network is ready.

May 03, 2021

Improvement - Edge and Mesh error pages

The Koyeb Edge and Mesh network serve custom 404, 502, and 503 pages to help you identify the origin of errors during deployment or when a runtime failure occurs.

We improved the content of these pages to simplify troubleshooting and improve your deployment experience. Let us know how we can further improve them for you!

Improvement - Edge and Mesh error pages
April 30, 2021

Feature - Service logs are now available on all nodes

Logs of services with horizontal scaling enabled were only displayed for the first node.

The logging page on the Koyeb control panel now lets you track all nodes logs when you scale horizontally.

Feature - Service logs are now available on all nodes
April 28, 2021

Feature - GitLab Private Registry support

Previously, deploying from a GitLab private registry was possible but required to manually create a secret with a JSON containing the credentials. This was error-prone and often led to deployment failures.

We simplified this process and added GitLab directly to the list of providers on the service creation page.

Feature - GitLab Private Registry support
April 26, 2021

Feature - Koyeb demo application

To help you get started in minutes and deploy your first application on the Koyeb platform, we now provide a demo application you can deploy in one click.

The application automatically renders a page with your latency to the Koyeb Edge and Core Location where your service is running. It also displays the environment variables available for the service and the HTTP request headers to help you configure your app.

Share your edge latency with us on Twitter and spread the word about Koyeb! 😇

Feature - Koyeb demo application