Enable HA for control plane on existing cluster
Currently new clusters have the option to be created with HA. I have an existing cluster and want to enable HA. Current workaround is to create new cluster and migrate but this is not trivial in some cases.
Restrict access to Kubernetes API Server endpoints
For security reasons, it would be nice to restrict access to the managed Kubernetes control plane API, either via Firewall configuration or basic IP Whitelisting like Managed Databases. Similar to the feature in EKS https://docs.aws.amazon.com/eks/latest/userguide/cluster-endpoint.html
Allow managed databases Trusted Sources to be used with App Platform
When adding an existing managed database to an App Platform instance, an error message is displayed if the db has Trusted Sources enabled.Trusted Sources is a great way to secure the access to a managed database.As of current implementation of managed DBs in App Platform, I will not use App Platform to prevent any security breaches of my databases.
Publishing UDP ports in Docker containers
I've recently tried to deploy a docker container using the DigitalOcean app platform and came across some issues with publishing exposed ports. My app requires 3 UDP ports to be published (and 1 TCP port). However DigitalOcean does not support UDP ports for docker containers, which makes it impossible for me to host this container on the app platform. I would like to be able to publish multiple ports, both TCP and UDP.
Provide JSONSchema for App Definition specification
Hello, Could you provide JSONSchema for specification of App Definition? JSONSchema is well-adopted format to document in machine-readable way structure of documents like JSON. YAML too. The specification in this format can be used to create by community various tools to support the management of App Definition, i.e. liners, GitHub Actions with a liner, and auto-completion in IDE. I would recommend generating the current HTML documentation also based on the App Definition specification to keep it always up-to-date. Examples of alternative specifications for YAML files: GitHub Actions - https://json.schemastore.org/github-workflow.json .travis.yml - https://json.schemastore.org/travis.json drone – https://json.schemastore.org/drone.json Appveyor - https://json.schemastore.org/appveyor.json A lot of IDE have support for JSONSchema for autocomplete of JSON / YAML files eg. Visual Studio Code ( https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/languages/json ).
High CPU + low Memory Plan
We run POS SaaS. Right now, our database is used for both analytical (on-demand instant reporting) + transactions by our clients. Therefore, we need more computing powers compare to RAM. in GCP we use 6dedicated core + 6GB RAM.
Add support for managed NoSQL database (choice: ScyllaDB)
Please add support for ScyllaDB as a managed NoSQL database. Why ScyllaDB? High performance (1 M IOPS at less than 1 ms latency) Way less expensive Opensource Used by big companies ex: Intel, IBM, Samsung SDS, Comcast, Yahoo Japan, Discord. Less administration overhead. Better alternative for Cassandra, DynamoDB, MongoDB, Redis Numberly moves from MongoDB to Scylla to simplify operations and reduce costs. High perfomant and way less cost than DynamoDB Cheaper and highly efficient than Cassandra Eniro chooses ScyllaDB over Redis and Kafka Important Note: I am neither work at ScyllaDB or affiliated with them, but I like high performant database systems which are opensource and that do more work for less cost, less admin overhead.
Allow disc space to be increased without requiring RAM to be increased
We currently have an 80-ish GB database but we really don't need 8GB of RAM. It would be awesome if we could use a 4GB server and just add more disc space