Changelog #31 - San Francisco, Paris, Tokyo, Singapore regions are in public preview, Managed Postgres private early access, and more

We’re kicking off this week’s changelog with an exciting announcement: our 4 new regions are officially in public preview. Meaning everyone can deploy their full stack applications, APIs, workers, and (yes, very soon) databases worldwide in just minutes. :us: :de: :fr: :jp: :singapore:

You read that right, Managed Postgres is making its debut on the platform. If you want to be one of the first to test our new Managed Postgres databases offering, tell us in the comments and we’ll add you to the waitlist.

Additional changes we’ve made this week include bringing back the Hobby plan for hassle-free onboarding and first deployment experiences, a metrics improvement, and a tutorial showing how to deploy Uptime Kuma on Koyeb.

All right, let’s dive into this week’s announcements:

  1. New Regions are in Public Preview

    We are thrilled to announce that the San Francisco, Paris, Tokyo, and Singapore regions are now available in public preview on the platform! These regions join Frankfurt and Washington DC on the growing list of regions where you can deploy your app in minutes.

  1. Managed Postgres Private Early Access

    A highly-requested feature on the platform, Managed Postgres is now available for early access. As we are working to release this feature publicly, we are looking for eager volunteers to be the first to test the database creation and deployment experience.

    Ready to deploy your Postgres database on Koyeb? Let us know in the comments and we’ll reach out about granting you access to the private preview. Your feedback is key as we shape this exciting addition.

  2. Faster metrics for your services

    We made improvements to our Metrics engine, allowing you to access your service’s metrics faster than before. You can view your metrics directly on the control panel.

  3. Deploy Uptime Kuma on Koyeb

    We published a new tutorial showcasing how to deploy Uptime Kuma on Koyeb. Uptime Kuma lets you configure monitoring and status pages for your services. In this tutorial, we use Litestream to replicate all changes to our database to a remote object storage bucket for resiliency. We also use Mailjet to set up SMTP details for notifications.

I want to test the database creation and deployment experience.

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