Until now, Gigalixir has allowed for TLS1.0, TLS1.1, and TLS1.2 support on for clients on all global servers. However, security experts are recommending TLS1.0 and TLS1.1 be deprecated on servers. Therefore, TLS1.0 and TLS1.1 will be deprecated on Gigalixir by May, 30th 2022.
As of March 2, 2022, we discovered and fixed a statistical 🪳bug🪳 that was affecting some users deploying apps on the US-Central-1 Google Cloud deployments. Cause: The root cause was that the ingress controller stopped using the service cluster IP. Customers Affected: Customers deploying apps on US-Central-01 Google Cloud. Solution:
In 2017, Gigalixir started as a simple idea to help make app deployments one-click easy for the growing Elixir community. After testing out that simple idea, the Gigalixir platform started to grow rapidly over the next four years. Today, Gigalixir supports app deployments for Elixir, Phoenix, Ruby, Python, Go, Closure,
If it's not obvious, we love Elixir here at Gigalixir and one of the reasons is distributed clustering. Clustering allows you to connect your app servers together and makes it simple for them to communicate with one another. Here are 5 reasons we love Elixir clustering. Pub/Sub If you've
TL;DR: Gigalixir now gives you direct access to your postgres backups and restore from them. Gigalixir's Postgres-as-a-Service product uses Google Cloud SQL under the hood and Cloud SQL automatically keeps backups of your databases. Until now, if you wanted to restore your database from one of those backups, you
Elixir 1.9 will ship with support for releases. In this post, we show you how to use them with Phoenix and deploy to Gigalixir. PrerequisitesFirst, make sure you are running Elixir 1.9 locally. We like asdf-vm so that's what we'll use here. asdf install elixir 1.9 asdf