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clarify future support of docker on now platform

November 8, 2018 at 6:21pm
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clarify future support of docker on now platform

November 8, 2018 at 6:21pm
It seems zeit is moving away from allowing customers to utilize Docker as a common 'primitive'; would you kindly clarify this?
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November 9, 2018 at 9:26pm
There is no README or even a link to a GitHub repo.
Good find! We have to improve that
Also, is it possible to deploy an app using puppeteer?
It seems it would exceed the 5MB limit.
How are websocket connections going to work on a serverless architecture? I currently send real-time updates (via websockets) to my clients, which is a really important feature of my application.
Regardless websocket connections, i prefer something like Pusher.js for the architecture and API for all platforms.
we'll definitely make that possible. We have many super interesting use-cases for it in mind
Also, in response to feedback here about finding the v1 plans, the great just shipped an improvement:
My usecase requires docker so 🤷‍♂️.
What I don't need is yet another external service for my application to depend upon. What I need is an always-on NodeJS application instance (minimum 1, with the ability to scale as needed) that can handle persistent websocket connections -- unless I'm mistaken and the new architecture will support this.
what happens when you use v1 apps on a v2 plan?
What i mean is looking at Pusher.JS as a successful real-time story to learn from. So we could utilize something like that right from Now v2 !
seems like you're billed on-demand
oh yikes, I'll need to downgrade then...
I tried, there doesn't seem to be a way to do that
Gotcha. I suppose then it'd be another proprietary module I'd have to import that would only integrate with Zeit's cloud.
yeah just discovering that too -- that's super concerning. , is there a way to downgrade to a legacy plan? I'm not able to deploy any of my apps to v2 and am now going to be paying $18 per month per deployment
I wonder how many users that upgraded, don't know about this forced on-demand billing and will get a >$50 bill on a supposedly $15 plan
we have a very clear disclaimer on the modal
please email [email protected] and we'll take care of it, no stress
same for you Alin!
not at all proprietary, and not at all specific to our cloud
Meaning: it's just another API, like Stripe
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