So far, load balancers only get an IPv4 and no IPv6.
In practice, this means that load balancers cannot be used if you want to provide IPv6 connectivity.
I would love to use this feature, but only if IPv6 was made available.3 votes
Thanks for the suggestion Rémy, we are aware of this limitation and we want to fix it, it’s planned to be fixed in the future. Stay tuned for updates.
Please bring your block storage functionality to London!12 votes
We’ve laid some our plans around Block Storage expansion in this blog post:
I’m happy to say that London is on the roadmap for latter this year. If you subscribe to this request, you’ll be notified when it is released.
Please bring your block storage functionality to India!4 votes
Our Bangalore datacenter is high on the list of locations where block storage is headed. You can find the details to our roll out plan in this blog post:
Our current aim is to bring block storage to BLR1 by late Q2/early Q3 of 2017.
This would allow me to scale an app seamlessly in real time, instead of needing to carefully time it against DNS cache latency.
After playing around with the new Load Balancers for a bit, It seems like an obvious extension. By the way, I'm really pleased with the feature. It seems very polished.5 votes
Thanks a lot for the feedback. We know that we are missing this integration, but we are working to fix it asap. Stay tuned for updates :)
I have a cloud config file that I use as a starting point for all the servers that I deploy. I'd like to store that in your control panel so that other people in my organization can use it when they deploy their servers. Once uploaded, a list of available cloud configs would then appear on the "Create Droplet" page so that it can be selected and used -- much like the SSH keys feature.18 votes
Instead of having to go to the homepage of DigitalOcean, can we please add a Community link in the control panel? (cloud.digitalocean.com) This will make it easier to get to tutorials and help other users.2 votes
It would be very cool to have a shortcut to start a SSH session in one click from the list of Droplets.
Link like "ssh://user@host:port"3 votes
When dealing with several droplets, it would be nice to be able to delete them all at once via the Control Panel. I know we can do this now from the API, but would be convenient to select droplets from the UI and choose "destroy". maybe a checkbox next to each droplet? a checkbox to "select all" ?4 votes
As you have updated your policies, I request you to display the expiration date of promotional credit expiration so that user can manage according to that.7 votes
Hey, when you want to destroy a droplet there is the "Scrub Data" checkbox. For new people there is no explanation what it actually does. So maybe a tiny tooltip would be in place?1 vote
This is a carry over from our earlier iterations which made sure that all data was removed explicitly. Since then we’ve re-architected our cloud with several new iterations where it is no longer necessary because of how file systems are laid down for droplets. We will be moving to deprecate that check box entirely as now all destroys are secure.
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