Fleio 2022.01.0 is now available in beta and you can test it in your lab environment since this is not recommended for production.

You can read more about our release model here.

Mass email improvements

In the 2022.01 release we have worked on improving the mass email feature. After upgrading to the latest release, you will be able to see to how many clients will the mass email be sent. The number of clients will be changed accordingly to your filters.

Regarding the filters, now you will be able to filter the clients that will be emailed based on image that was used when creating the instances.

This new filter will be useful for cases where you might want to inform your clients that they are using an EoL image, or where the prices for instances using a certain image will change.

Kubernetes deployment

In the last year we moved from system package deployment to Docker deployment.

This was a necessary step in order to be able to provide support for a high – availability Fleio setup, and we want to let you know that we have started working on having a Kubernetes based deployment.

At the moment this is still a work in progress. We will be able to give you more details about the Kubernetes deployment in the following blog posts.

WHMCS to Fleio

In the latest development cycles we also started working on updating and improving the WHMCS to Fleio app.

For those who are not familiar with this application, this is used for migrating your WHMCS resources to Fleio.

There is still much work to be done but we should be able to have at least a partial release in the following weeks. The release will include compatibility with WHMCS (up to WHMCS 8.3) and new resources import (such as tickets, predefined replies, departments).

Keep in mind that in order to upgrade Fleio to the latest version you need to follow this guide.

We’ll talk about some of the other features in the stable release, 2022.01.1, which should be out in about one week.

In the meanwhile, see a complete list of changes in the 2021.01.0 changelog.