We had an AMA today, so I’ll keep this weeks update short.
We’ve been interviewing for a couple of positions and have whittled a huge candidate list to a handful of excellent individuals. With luck a couple of them will be joining the team in the coming weeks.
Eduardo has been cracking through on development of a new rich editor for our interfaces, which is looking extremely impressive.
We completed and successfully deployed auto SSL generation and distribution to the network, so SSL is enabled by default and is now free for all network customers.
You can read about this here: https://dadi.cloud/en/knowledge/network/edge-ssl/
The networking team made good headway on integrating Vault for per-user authentication tokens, improving network-wide security by granting ACL specific to each machine.
And they have been progressing well with the move to using Consul sessions for identifying the uptime of each network device, improving the accuracy of network sync.
We finished defining the content of the series of workflow Workshops that we’re running with the PPA, plus we’ve also confirmed a set of new product development sessions in September. These are designed to aid with customer engagement and new business.
We are also going to be hosting a table at the PPA Awards, bringing customers and friends from Bauer Media, the BBC and Immediate Media.
The charitable project mentioned a couple of week ago has been signed off internally, and we’re expecting confirmation of the engagement within a fortnight.
They will be building on our stack and hosting in the network.
We gave a demo of our technology to one of the most exciting new automative companies today.
And finally a reminder that our Foundation will be at Rightscon in Tunis next week. (One of our core network devs, Meher, will also be in attendance.) Hit us up if you’d like to meet up.
And that’s it! Enjoy your weekends.