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  1. Allow to clone stack through the API

    It would be nice to be able to not only create a stack from the API but to also clone an existing one.

    We would like to be able to build on-demand stacks and cloning an existing one would make our life easier since we would not have to configure services and env variables.

    Ideally the endpoint would allow us to specify host configuration (instance type, region, ...)

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    • Add support of virtual networks in Microsoft Azure

      Now, database server is accessed by Rails servers (classic Rails stack with dedicated DB server) by public IP. It's bad from the security and DB server configuration points of view. It would be better to create stack of servers which will operate in private network.

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        under review  ·  1 comment  ·  Admin →
      • add support for Nginx listening on IPv6 addresses

        The version of Nginx installed doesn't have IPv6 enabled. If this was enabled, we could offer IPv6 connections to our clients.

        Some useful info on IPv6 and Nginx is available here:

        http://www.lowendguide.com/3/networking/enabling-ipv6-support-in-nginx/

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        • Implement lower-tier offering

          I love the simplicity of deploying apps with your service. Just a little bit of config, and then I don't need to worry about anything.

          Once it's deployed, however, you begin offering some services that I don't need... and often have trouble justifying paying for. I don't need automatic scaling, monitoring, or backups.

          It would be great if you considered offering a lower-tier service at a reduced cost that just deployed apps and let us manage them ourselves. A dashboard of all my apps would be enough for me to manage my low-traffic sites on my own, and it might…

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          • Git Tags

            It would be nice add tags, called releaes by github, to git when code is deployed with the environment and timestamp.

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            • Stack configuration templates

              Allow for a stack's configuration to be saved into a template and for stacks to be created from those templates.

              One potential use is turning up and tearing down staging environments. Bonus points for also allow a hook into your cap deploy:setup process to bootstrap additional environment-specific data (such as sample data).

              It'd also be nice to be able to edit the env variables from the template before kicking off the new build.

              This could also be used to implement a 'clone stack' function by optionally combining create template + create stack from template.

              I know this is mentioned elsewhere,…

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                under review  ·  1 comment  ·  Admin →
              • Multiple SSL certs using SNI

                Allow assigning multiple SSL certs to a single stack, leveraging nginx's existing SNI support.

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                  under review  ·  1 comment  ·  Admin →
                • Better configuration of RUBY_GC_MALLOC_LIMIT

                  I used to increase this using my own environment variable, but then I would end up running out of memory on deploys.

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                  "Every rails app should have a higher malloc limit. The default is too small, this tiny default means that many Rails apps in the wild are getting zero benefit from the faster "lazy sweep" algorithm implemented in Ruby 1.9.3. Further more, low malloc limits mean that the GC runs way too often. Typical Rails requests will regularly allocate a couple of megs of RAM."

                  --http://samsaffron.com/archive/2013/11/22/demystifying-the-ruby-gc

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                  • 8 votes
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                    • Add Softlayer as a cloud provider

                      Softlayer has an extremely robust network, and they also have a CloudLayer VPS solution. It would be great to implement C66 with Softlayer.

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                      • 35 votes
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