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We are temporarily disabling the creation of new Spaces in SGP1 starting at 3 PM UTC on 25 September 2020 while we update capacity in this region.
Unassigned floating IP charges will now appear on invoices. The first charge will appear on July 2020 invoices for all floating IPs that were not assigned to Droplets during the month of June.
We are excited to announce the general availability of App Platform, DigitalOcean's new Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering. For the first time, developers will be able to hook up their GitHub repos to DigitalOcean and have their commits automatically built and deployed live to the cloud. Read the Quickstart or try it now!
You can now apply taints to Kubernetes node pools using the DigitalOcean API. When you configure taints for a node pool, the taint automatically applies to all current nodes and any subsequently created nodes in the pool. For more information, see Kubernetes’ documentation on taints and tolerations.
Released v1.47.0 of doctl, the official DigitalOcean CLI. This release adds support for setting Kubernetes node pool taints.
All Droplets created after 1 October 2020 are placed into a VPC network by default. You can no longer manually enable VPC networking on existing Droplets. You can migrate existing Droplets into VPC networks using Snapshots.
We have updated capacity in FRA1 and have resumed the creation of Spaces in that region.
For more, see our full release notes.