Cloud highlights March 2023
We've expanded the baseline feature to include the East US and South UK regions. This provides users with a standardized set of features across all regions.
If you have had experience working with Umbraco Cloud baselines, you will know that the basic idea about baselines. You have a project that contains your standard Umbraco packages/components, configured with default Document Types, which can be used as baseline for future projects. When you've made changes to your Baseline project, you can push these changes out to the child projects with a click of a button.
If you primarily have been working with Umbraco Cloud in the US or UK regions and accordingly are not that familiar with the Umbraco Cloud baseline feature you can read more about it at Umbraco Docs, or see an introduction at the Umbraco Learning Base on how to work with baseline in Umbraco Cloud.
As an administrator of your organization in Umbraco Cloud, you now have access to the Edit Team page of Umbraco cloud projects in your organization.
The project team page can easily be accessed from the overview showing all the organization's projects. The administrator can by clicking the icon listed to the right of the individual project. He will be able to invite users to the project team with a set of permissions and backoffice user group memberships. He can also revoke access to the project of an existing project team member.
This change provides a centralized and convenient way for the organization administrator to manage the team members' access to the cloud projects. Hereby Ensuring that trusted individuals of your organization are able to grant and restrict access to cloud projects in Umbraco Cloud.
The new addition overall improves security, enhances collaboration, and streamlines the workflow for the organization's cloud projects.
We've launched a minor update on the usage page. The update lets you see the total bandwidth used every month for the past seven months.
With this new feature, you can track your website's bandwidth usage over time and identify any patterns or trends. We believe this new addition is valuable for customers running high-traffic websites and weekly need to monitor the bandwidth usage to ensure the project stays within the plan tier limit.
The newest feature to launch in the new front end stack is “Upgrade project” flow. It replaces the current upgrade plan feature while adding a more modern and visually appealing design.
While you can still change the project plan you’ll also get the opportunity to change to a new dedicated option or go back to a shared resource during the flow. And like the new project creation flow launched in the February update, you will see a summary at the very end before accepting the upgrade.
With this new flow, you can easily upgrade your existing projects to a new upgrade plan and even a new dedicated plan within only a few minutes.