Swap memory support.
Improved management of software services from Moss.
When we started Moss we had a clear objective in mind: Help developers create and deploy their websites reliably and easily. Let them focus on their job while Moss takes care of server configs, zero-downtime deployments, and everything required to have a robust and secure setup without the sysadmin hassle.
Today, we think we’re one step closer to such goal. We’ve updated the price plans of Moss so that most teams can have access to it regardless their budget. Yes, we’ve released a Free Plan you can use to manage all your servers and sites. Once you’re getting enough value from Moss and your requirements go up, you can upgrade to a paid plan.
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.
Our today’s release of Moss supports password authentication to log into your servers via SSH/SFTP. In this post I try to explain the use cases behind this decision, and how we’ve addressed this feature without putting at risk the security of your servers.