Making CLI Plug-ins Better with a New Architecture

At Heroku, most of us love living in the CLI. Of course, we're absolutely dedicated to providing a great developer experience whether it’s in the dashboard or at the terminal, but we also believe a mastery of the command line interface offers great productivity to you as a developer. A well designed CLI coupled with other small sharp Linux tools provide primitives to build powerful productivity. Today we're introducing an exciting new foundation for the Heroku CLI – an entirely rebuilt plug-in architecture.

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PG Backups Levels Up

Performing a backup is one of those tasks that ensures your application can recover from database or hardware failures should they ever occur. Over four year ago, we recognized this as a best practice and came out with PGBackups, an add-on that reduces the risk and complexity of taking database backups. Today, we’re pleased to announce two big improvements: enhanced reliability, and the ability to schedule backups.

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Managing your Microservices on Heroku with Netflix's Eureka

Over the past few years, Netflix has open sourced many of the components that make up its production platform. These include Eureka for service discovery, Hystrix for handling service failure, Ribbon for client side load balancing, and many others.

These projects are powerful, mature, and benefit from Netflix’s many years of experience deploying service-oriented applications in the cloud. Adding credence to this, IBM, Yelp, Hotels.com and many others have adopted these technologies for their own systems. And there’s nothing stopping you from building them into your applications, too.

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Heroku Connect Demo Edition Now Available via Heroku Button

Nine months ago we released Heroku Connect, the bi-directional data synchronization service that enables developers to build Heroku apps that seamlessly interact with Salesforce data. Since then, we’ve seen developers use it to build all types of interesting apps for web and mobile, especially for eCommerce, loyalty, and Internet of Things use cases. We’ve also seen an avalanche of requests from every corner of the Salesforce ecosystem for a simple and free way to try Heroku Connect, and explore new use cases.

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Introducing Heroku Enterprise: New Features for Teams

Apps have transformed how we do almost everything. The ubiquity of mobile devices with millions of available apps mean that today, anyone can pull up an app in seconds to check their car engine, turn on the lights at home or ride a scooter across town.

So far, the companies behind these apps have mostly been startups, many of which use Heroku to help them iterate quickly and stay focused on the customer experience instead of wasting time on infrastructure.

Today we’re proud to announce Heroku Enterprise, a new edition of Heroku that helps larger companies take advantage of the same technology recipe while meeting their unique needs for more advanced collaboration, better access controls and enterprise-grade support.

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