I am pleased to announce that the new version of nScale, 0.16, has been released today! This new release includes several new features and improvements, including: AWS Auto Scaling groups support, deployment of multiple versions of the same microservice, and a clean start/stop cycle. Update it with:
npm install nscale -g
The latest release of nscale, version 0.15.0, officially goes live today. This is an incremental release compared to version 0.14, which went out earlier this month. In fact, this release includes some changes that we could not ship in 0.14, as we preferred to ship, rather than wait. 0.15 is a safe upgrade for all of you running v0.14. We encourage everybody to upgrade! Continue reading
The latest release of nscale, version 0.14.x, officially went live this month. This marks a major milestone in the nscale project and incorporates a large number of changes that together deliver a huge improvement in the build and deployment workflow.
If you are not yet familiar with nscale then you should check it out. The github repo and quickstart guide can be found here.
In this post I’ll first of all walk through the new workflow and then detail each of the major updates in turn.
The new, fastest ever release of nscale, nearForm’s open source deployment management tool kit, is all about speed. Check it out here.
In version 0.11.1, we focussed on making the following faster: Continue reading
The latest release of nscale, nearForm’s open source deployment management tool kit, has just gone live.
We’ve been ramping up support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) since the earliest versions. This release marks a milestone in this regard: nscale now offers full AWS support.