Also, would you recommend not using Beanstalk if it isn't properly supported? I really liked that it could massively save us costs. We only a lot of servers running at very specific times so EBS would save us thousands in server costs per year, but have had many headaches since using it
Just wanted to thank you all for the work on MUP. It saved my ass when heroku was losing the mongoLab addon. I could move my app from heroku to digitalocean flawlessly, in one afternoon, and it now runs better for a cheaper price. You guys are my heroes ! I was thinking about killing that app because of the hassle of fixing the performance issues, and i can see a future for it now that it's running on a more beefy server that makes it usable for my users. Said users (vegetable farmers in france and belgium) are also grateful that the service will keep running, as they use it everyday for the commercialization of their produce. Just wanted to give you all a reminder of the good you're doing by maintaining MUP. Cheers !
@renanlecaro Hi Renan, nice to hear ! I’ve noticed you didn’t setup https which would be better ;)
Renan LE CARO
@lc3t35 i'm not sure of what you are talking about, the app in question is proxied by cloudflare to have https between the browser and cloudflare : https://app.ciboulette.net/ I think cloudflare is hitting the server with non ssl requests, but i'm curious of how you'd know that now ^^
Thanks @renanlecaro. It is encouraging to hear how mup is used.