Author: Moss

Changelog 2019-10-14

Changelog 2019-10-14

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Brand new Pricing Plans! Quality server and site management for everyone, for free, from now on. Upgrade to a paid plan as you require more (zero-downtime) git deployments, integrations, and/or support.

Changelog 2019-09-27

Changelog 2019-09-27

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In addition to using SSH Keys to log into your servers, now you can also use traditional passwords in a secure way. We’ve also redesigned the operation log and released lots of minor UX/UI improvements.

Please find the list of changes below.

Changelog 2019-08-27

Changelog 2019-08-27

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This is our major release up to date!

We’ve released a brand new web application built from scratch. Great design completely focused on improving usability, visibility, and debuggability. Now you can do more with less effort and in a more intuitive way, have real-time information about everything going on with your servers and sites, and have access to the logs of the operations Moss runs.

To achieve these objectives, we’ve rewritten a large extent of our backend. The number of changes is huge, so in this post we just summarize the most user-visible changes.

Changelog 2019-01-22

Changelog 2019-01-22

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SITES

    • Fix: When Moss is monitoring a website and the corresponding domain name changes, Moss’s health-checks must be targeted at the new domain name.
    • Optimization: Don’t upload an SSH key onto a git provider (GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket) if such key already exists on the user’s account at the provider. This behavior existed before but a regression introduced this “bug”.

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