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SolusIO 1.1.13940 Released

SolusIO – Version 1.1.13940 Released

We are proud to announce that we have released a new version of SolusIO, SolusIO v1.1.13940. This version provides some nice enhancements and new features.

You can find release notes for each version in the documentation section. We suggest that you regularly visit the release notes to learn about updates.

New feature

  • Added the ability to configure IPv6 for virtual servers.

Added the ability to attach NFS remote storage as storage for a virtual server disk

In the admin area added a new section “Storage”.

An administrator can see list of added NFS Remote storage and add a new one.ne.

A new NFS storage adding.

Added NFS storage can be assigned to a compute resource storage.

Improvements

  • Added cores capping (64 physical cores per compute resource) to ensure compatibility for installations with high core density.
  • Servers can now be restored from a backup after resizing.
  • Added the ability to change the order of plans in the interface.

  • Added the ability to create applications using the /servers API endpoint.

Added cores capping (64 physical cores per compute resource) to ensure compatibility for installations with high core density.

  • If a compute resource has more than 64 physical cores, only 64 cores are taken into account for the license restriction.

Servers can now be restored from a backup after resizing.

Added the ability to change the order of plans in the interface.

An administrator can drag and drop plans according to priorities.

Added the ability to create applications using the /servers API endpoint.

The details are available by link https://docs.solus.io/api/#operation/create-a-new-server

Bugs

  1. Fixed the issues related to incorrect handling of applications’ data after server reinstallation.

  2. Fixed the issue with wrong display of update installation progress.

Plesk University

The SolusIO Professional course is available! Learn how to offer a scalable, API-first & Self-Service based PublicCloud experience to developers and businesses leveraging existing infrastructure. Enroll here.

The course covers the following topics:

  1. Planning your SolusIO infrastructure
  2. Deploying SolusIO master server
  3. Adding compute resources
  4. Setting up provisioning
  5. Provisioning virtual servers

Total time: 2 hours

Roadmap

SolusIO roadmap is now publicly available on Trello. We will update it as often as possible with new info, so you always know what we’re up to and what’s coming!

If you have an idea for a feature that will help improve SolusIO for you and your customers, our Product team would love to hear from you.

We invite you to submit your ideas for feature requests to our Product team. To submit a feature request, please share any ideas you have  – don’t hesitate to make suggestions or submit feature requests.

We’re also excited to help you realize your goals as you embrace new ways of working and compete more effectively, our sales team is at your disposal.

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