- IP address text reads more clearly
- Starting a streaming session with a machine is now more straightforward
- Reworked the different permissions for our files systems
- Added a new set of default parameters for our file systems
- Attaching and detaching fixed ip access the correct region
- Fixed a bug that was not displaying the right description for workstation groups
- Fixed a bug that would reset the max number of workstations in a workstation group when shutting it down
- Fixed a bug that would stop people from using Reemo with a new environment
- Fixed a bug that was causing auto-refresh on some input’s modal in the web-app
- Fixed a bug that would let you shut down a starting workstation
- Fixed bugs related to our fixed-IP cross sell option
- Fixed bugs that would prevent user from uploading and downloading some files in certain regions
📹 Tom’s Streaming journey
This sprint formed an inspiring internal milestone for the streaming technology at Flaneer! The hole-punching server built a few sprints back has had some improvements made so that it can be permanently left online.
Mostly the changes were around making the hole-punch server resilient to erroneous server states, for example, adding a heartbeat to the system to remove server nodes that have exited without notifying the server (rude!).
The server is only for internal usage only at the moment, however, we’re still really excited about what it means for the future of our protocol. Since we now have some permanent infrastructure we can start to plug it into the Flaneer services.
So the next few updates should hopefully centre around how the protocol is starting to become more integrated into our production environment, so stay tuned!