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7th March 2024

Platform February 2024 Release

This update rolls out new versions for Redis, MinIO, RabbitMQ, MySQL, and MongoDB addons, while deprecating older versions. It addresses critical fixes, notably preventing addons from becoming unresponsive during backups and streamlining service creation from templates. Enhancements include improvements to template functionality, removal of the cap for BYOC project resources, and clearer service creation processes. Additionally, the update offers separate billing plans for build time and runtime containers in jobs and services, accurate multi-factor authentication display for organization members, and fixes for the API volume update endpoint.


  • New addon versions released:

    • Redis: 7.2.4
    • MinIO: 2024.1.31
    • RabbitMQ: 3.11.28, 3.12.12
    • MySQL: 8.0.36, 8.3.0
    • MongoDB: 5.0.24, 7.0.5, 6.0.13
  • Deprecated old addon versions.

  • Fixed addons from being paused at the same time as triggering a backup, which would cause the addon to be stuck in an unresponsive state.


  • Fixed template and release flow runs so that they no longer can get stuck and not be able to be aborted.
  • Improved stability of the template visual editor, removing a number of instances where it could crash the page.
  • Refreshing the page with the template runs interface open returns you to the same place.
  • Templates that are run immediately on creation now can correctly access their arguments.
  • Fixed the formatting of the project template view.
  • Jobs and addon specifications now show fewer settings when they have not been modified from their default value.
  • Creating a service from a template no longer errors on submission when only one version control account is linked.


  • Removed the instances cap for resources running in BYOC projects.
  • Prevented the node pool creation form from resetting itself randomly.
  • Azure BYOC clusters are now priced consistently with other providers.


  • Made it clearer when a service cannot be created due to an attached volume sharing the name with an existing volume.
  • Split the billing plans for jobs and services into separate build plans and deployment plans, allowing you to modify them separately.


  • The organisation member list now correctly displays whether a user has multi-factor authentication enabled.
  • Fixed API volume update endpoint returning a 500 Internal Server Error when an empty object was passed in.

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