Recap Ploi 2019 πŸŽ‡

2019 was a busy year for Ploi, as a new upcoming server management tool we have grown bigger and bigger. We started great in 2019 with the UpCloud partnership (https://ploi.io/news/upcloud-integration-support-with-ploiio) and with a lot of features.

To sum them up what has happened in 2019 in total:

A lot of these articles actually contain more features & releases which we have not mentioned, it is totally worth it to read them through and get familiar with the features we offer. Besides the mentioned articles & features there have been a lot of small additions to the system which are usually not always mentioned in the news articles but mostly on social media. However we have recently started with adding changelogs to our news items (as well as this one)

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That being said we are not going to stop here. We have a lot of plans for Ploi in 2020 and there is a lot coming (just by checking out our https://roadmap.ploi.io should say enough)

Thank you for using Ploi in 2019 and hope to see you a lot in 2020, waiting for a big bag of features to come that year ?

Changelog

  • [Added] Status pages
  • [Added] Pushover notifications
  • [Added] PHP 7.4 support
  • [Added] Ability to restart PHP FPM workers
  • [Added] Ability to read PHP FPM logs
  • [Added] SFTP password support for file backups
  • [Added] SFTP database backups rotations
  • [Added] Ability to change the currency you pay in (EUR & USD)
  • [Added] Ability to read private key from certificates (besides CSR)
  • [Added] Lightbox to frontend pages with screenshots so you can view images more clearly
  • [Added] Articles to deploy script suggestions
  • [Added] Ability to show private IP in overviews (setting in profile settings)
  • [Changed] Documentation in panel blue color reduced
  • [Fixed] Crucial bugfix in switching PHP versions when system user was not ploi
  • [Fixed] Whenever you installed another PHP version and it would fail, the status of the server would be changed to β€œBuilding failed” which is incorrect
  • [Fixed] Storage servers does now also install certbot
16 December 2019
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