typo in wordpress hosting solutions page
https://www.digitalocean.com/solutions/wordpress-hosting says "lighting fast" in a title instead of "lightning fast"
It would be nice to have a Managed Auth service. With the App Platform and Managed Databases Digital Ocean meets most of my needs for building platforms for my clients. We still depend heavily on 3rd Party Auth via Auth0, Ory... Not having Auth on D.O. also means my team starts asking about Supabase and Firebase which are all inclusive.
User Account vulnerability protection
Digitalocean support gave the ownership of my account to someone else. How that happened without my consent?
Natively Support Docker
Add support for arbitrary docker images running as apps (or droplets) and allow users to configure the environment and port mappings. Basically, support docker without having the user ssh and configure stuff on the box. And of courrse support adding volumes to apps.
backups remain if cluster is deleted
This option would have saved me my ass once when I accidentally deleted the cluster when updating my IaC. Would be great, It backups stay for a period of time. e.g. 7 more days after the cluster is destroyed.
Digital Ocean Managed Email
I have had a great experience with Managed Databases and would like to know if Digital Ocean will be offering Managed Email services in the near future.I have read the Digital Ocean guide that essentially discourages you from creating and attempting to manage an email server, which is not easy task.I alone would switch 12 domains over almost imediately after it was available.This is the only thing that I still use my shared hosting for; custom domain email address.This could bring a lot of new users to the site which is a win for everyone.Thank you for taking the time to read.
Support SSL termination, but re-encrypt with user-provided cert
Right now, if you use SSL termination - which is convenient to avoid managing the public certs - it means the load balancer sends unencrypted traffic. Which while protected by the VPC has the stipulation: "However, if you host multiple customer applications in a single account or team, data could be readable by others on the private network. We recommend separating customers by team or using SSL passthrough instead." A reasonable solution seems to be allowing encryption with a provider cert, that does not need to be signed externally. I'm not sure the best way to automatically rotate it though.
Canny login on ideas.digitalocean.com
After typing out the idea, and clicking submit, the site tells me that I have to log in to some other infrastructure. What does this mean? I already have a DO account. Now I have to make a new one, and somehow an entity named Canny is involved. Should I use the same password? If I do, can someone at Canny now log in to my DO account? Or is this just some sort on prem stuff that is managed by DO? I assume it's an external provider, so I use a different password. What are the TOS of Canny, though? What happens to my email? Also, now my browser needs to manage two accounts with the same email for the same domain digitalocean.com , but with two different passwords. There's a link "Terms of Service" at the bottom, but I couldn't find any mention of Canny there. What do I actually agree to by making a Canny account. I consider it downright evil to spring this on me after I type out the feedback. Be upfront about requiring another account. Alternatively, let me use the DO account for feedback. Make it clear what TOS I actually agree to.