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Path‑based routing to HTTP processes

Posted in February 2015 on the Viaduct blog

On Viaduct, you're able to route all HTTP traffic to your application to your public processes by simply checking the box when you create the process. Once checked, all HTTP...

X-Viaduct-Send‑File

Posted in February 2015 on the Viaduct blog

One of the tricky things app developers need to deal with occasionally is serving static files which users may have uploaded or you have generated (e.g. resized image thumbnails or...

Never get out of touch

Posted in January 2015 on the Viaduct blog

Today we've launched our new Notifications feature which allows you to subscribe to events which occur within your Viaduct account. This allows you to always be aware of everything that's...

Customise your notifications

Posted in January 2015 on the DeployHQ blog

For a long time, Deploy has been able to send messages to your private chat system of choice (Hipchat, Slack, Campfire or Flowdock) to alert you to the success for...

Free hosting for HACKBMTH projects

Posted in January 2015 on the Viaduct blog

Back in 2013, we hosted the first ever HACKBMTH event in our offices in Poole. Now, we want to give some more back to the local community and are now...

Thanks for your feedback!

Posted in January 2015 on the DeployHQ blog

Over the past few weeks a lot of you have been getting in touch to let us know what you think about the new version of Deploy which is currently...

The new Sirportly blog

Posted in January 2015 on the Sirportly blog

Welcome to our new Sirportly blog! We've been rather lax with updates on our old blog but we hope to change all that. We have a number of new updating...

Keeping track of config changes

Posted in January 2015 on the Viaduct blog

Although it's always been easy to find out what code has changed whenever you deploy, it's not been possible to see what configuration you might have changed between deployments or...

MySQL Indexing Explained

Posted in January 2015 on the Viaduct blog

In the time we've been assisting people with hosting their web applications, the most common reason we've seen for performance problems has been missing or incorrectly used database indexes, so...

X-Request‑ID

Posted in January 2015 on the Viaduct blog

X-Request-ID support means that you can easily trace an HTTP request all the way from a client to your backend web processes (via our proxies).

Forcing SSL on custom domains

Posted in January 2015 on the Viaduct blog

If you've configured SSL for one of our custom domains, you may want to ensure that all visitors to your site are forced onto a secure connection. Usually, you could...

Now with full IPv6 support

Posted in January 2015 on the Viaduct blog

After a few months of poking, proding and testing we're very pleased to say that the Viaduct platform now fully supports IPv6 across the whole platform (including your applications, myViaduct...