NEW UPDATES AND IMPROVEMENTS TO MICROTICA
Sep 23, 2022
You no longer have to have a Dockerfile file present in your repository to be able to deploy your existing applications. We now auto-detect your app framework and set a default configuration for building, packaging and deploying your app.
We automatically create .microtica folder in your repo with pre-configured deployment spec so you don't have to do it manually.
Since the whole setup is anyway stored in your Git repository, you can always change the default configuration directly in the code.
Sep 16, 2022
We as developers usually don't really pay attention when deployments go smoothly until something goes wrong. In these cases we have to go deeper and analyse where the problem occur and understand the root cause so we can quickly resolve it.
With Deployments we are addressing this need to quickly and reliable understand what's going on with your current and past deployments.
You can go to individual deployment to analyse the logs and what has changed compared to the previous successful deployment.
From here you can analyse the exact code and configuration changes and quickly spot the potential issue that's causing the deployment to fail.
Sep 13, 2022
- When removing an AWS account, we now unlink the AWS account from the environments
- Fixed template execution logs not appear if execution failed
- Added a possibility to create additional cluster in templates page
- Fixed users unable to create new repo if the Git account has no other repos
- Removed 'Cancel Plan' button in Billing for FREE plan projects
- Add quick navigation button to logs in app overview page
Sep 9, 2022
When deploying apps using templates, Microtica adds a Webhook to your repository for continuous build and deploy. Since each Git provider requires a specific minimum role to create a webhook, we are now making it immediately visible when the user has no sufficient rights to create a webhook.
To solve this problem, usually, you have to contact your administrator to increase your access rights.
Sep 2, 2022
When deploying an app but you still don't have a Kubernetes cluster, instead of moving to a different page to create the cluster and then go back to the app, you can now provision a new cluster without leaving the app deployment page.
Aug 26, 2022
We are introducing a big improvement when connecting your AWS account by reducing the process to just one click.
Now with just one click we initiate the CloudFormation stack that gives Microtica permissions to provision infrastructure on your AWS account.
Aug 19, 2022
If you version your source code on CodeCommit, you can now connect the repo and get fully automate deployments directly from the Microtica portal.
Happy deploying! 🚀