We are proud and happy to announce that we have received our second year SOC 2 Type 2 attestation report on January 29, 2021.
ElephantSQL have decided to remove the cloud provider IBM Cloud from our offering.
PWS (Pivotal Web Service) is closing its doors, but users will still be able to keep their ElephantSQL instances!
Do you find microservices too complicated and mysterious to even think about including them in your application development? This tutorial will put you in the comfort zone with microservices, message queues, databases, PaaS, IoT, Raspberry Pi’s, and SaaS. Get ready to solve the mystery of how and when to use microservices and its adjacent technologies.
We are proud and happy to announce that we have received a SOC 2 Type 2 attestation report on January 24, 2020. The assessment by an external party and their report provides evidence of our dedication to provide our customers with a secure high-quality service.
Daily backups will no longer be performed on the ElephantSQL free instance (Tiny Turtle). It’s still possible to create backups on demand and to use the API to create a backup. This action will decrease the load, and therefore increase the reliability of the ElephantSQL shared servers.
We’re happy to announce that Postgres12 is enabled for ElephantSQL. PostgreSQL v12 comes with some significant improvements in regards to performance, space utilization, security, and monitoring. In this blog post, we aim to highlight the features of this version and how they will benefit you as an ElephantSQL user
We’re happy to let you know that we have enabled new Azure regions for ElephantSQL.
We are offering a more transparent billing. You now have full insight into upcoming invoices.
Great news! ElephantSQL customers are now able to create their cluster in AWS-Middle-East (Bahrain).