Back in the old days, the deploy step was well under 10 seconds. Now a basic node app takes ~20s in just the 'deploying' step. Has something significant changed that has affected this? Is there a possibility that this step could be as fast as it was at the start?
This would be useful for * Running one-off commands on services (e.g. migrations) * Tailing service logs
Allow disks on services with multiple instances
We've been moving our main datastore off of Couchbase for a few years now, but I've still got to run it. Right now I have it running on four or five very large instances on EC2. Each instance has its own 1TB or so of disk space, and the database runs in cluster mode, with each of the nodes doing service discover to find each other. It'd be very nice to run this on Render. I could make a distinct service per node and bootstrap the cluster by hand, but it might be nice to be able to just configure the number of instances, and have each instance get its own disk space automatically.
Download invoice as PDF
On the billing page, the only ways to export the monthly invoices are by screenshotting them or printing the page. It would be nice to be able to just click "download" and get a well-formatted pdf version.
Specify allowed IPs on Render PostgreSQL
I want to only allow a fixed set of IPs to access my Render PostgreSQL database.
Basic HTTP Metrics
For HTTP services, it would be great to see some basic stats like # of requests by status code, etc. in the "Metrics" tab of the application
Suspend a database
I’m getting ready to launch my first site hosted on Render, and during development I’ve maintained a staging web service and database, and a production web service and database. When the site is live, I’m planning to suspend the staging service so I won't be charged for an environment that I don't need. I would like to do the same for the staging database, but that's not currently possible on Render. My options are to either delete the database and possibly restore it later, or keep paying for the database indefinitely, even though it won't be used.