Support GCP to deploy applications
Grafana, Prometheus, and Loki are already installed on the cluster for internal Qovery use. I would like to be able to set up Prometheus to fetch metrics from our applications and use Grafana to analyze them. Also it would be nice to have access to Grafana for more powerful log querying from Loki.
Extend Qovery with Sentry, e.g. for release tracking
Parallel apps deployment within the same environment
Current Gap Example Adding a database to an application is really smooth with Qovery, but the database isn't functionally useful until I can set up the schema for it, generally by applying db migrations. In my case, I have a .NET app that uses entity framework as an ORM and can easily apply migrations with a dotnet ef database update command, but there's not a smooth process for doing that right now. Generally this might be in my pipeline with something like the below in CodeBuild. version: 0.2 env: parameter-store: DOCKER_USERNAME: "/global/docker_username" DOCKER_PASSWORD: "/global/docker_password" NUGET_TOKEN: "/global/github_pat" DB_URL: "/global/myapp_db_url_$ENV" phases: install: commands: # Dotnet until it's a valid runtime - /usr/local/bin/dotnet-install.sh --channel LTS runtime-versions: dotnet: 5.0 pre_build: commands: - dotnet tool install --global dotnet-ef - export NUGET_USER=githubdeploy-myorg build: commands: - cd MyApp/src/MyApp - dotnet ef database update post_build: commands: - echo "Done" Feature Request Regardless, it would be great if we had the option to add build steps like applying database migrations or running tests
Hello, Being a developer who uses Directus, I wanted to know if the use of Postgis could be considered instead of Postgres? Scaleway offers this option on its managed databases. Regards, Benjamin
Create a deploy cronjob with Qovery - a cronjob is a one-time or recurrent process. It can be used to do the batch processing and background compute. Linked to: PRDT-588
Native support of Datadog as a monitoring platform in Qovery. Important Note: Datadog is already supported in Qovery but we want to provide better integration. Contact us or put a comment if you have any questions.
Sometimes I may need to store files on S3. Eg: I have a service that received images from users, I need to save the images and expose them publicly.
Support Azure to deploy applications
Support Docker Compose file to configure a Qovery environment and deploy complete apps.
The ability to use a wildcard subdomain as the domain for an application. Currently can only use a fixed domain: myapp.com but we need to be able to use: *.myapp.com
Being able to inject helm charts directly on the qovery console and extend the qovery capabilities
Support Hetzner to deploy applications.
Make Qovery supporting managed Kafka. As a user I don't want to think about restarts, health checks, or ensuring the service is running. I don't want to mess with the config to make it fast.