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How to deploy from Bitbucket to Amazon S3

Posted on the 17th February 

As a large hosting provider, Amazon has a number of different methods for storing your website or app. One popular protocol is AWS S3, which can be connected to using...

Project configuration suggestions

Posted in November 2019 

We've just pushed out a handy new feature that will be particularly useful to those of you that manage multiple projects in DeployHQ - a project configuration suggestions area that's...

Zero‑downtime deployments with a cache directory

Posted in October 2019 

We've just deployed an enhancement to the zero-downtime features in DeployHQ - the ability to choose from two "strategies" when deploying. This feature can be found when first configuring a...

Custom Amazon S3 request headers

Posted in August 2019 

We've just added a handy new feature for those of you that deploy your code to Amazon S3 buckets with DeployHQ - the ability to add custom request headers to...

DeployHQ API updates

Posted in August 2019 

We've recently been working on the DeployHQ API, to ensure that the most important aspects of the interface are available to be interacted with there too. A large number of...

Monitoring running deployments

Posted in July 2019 

We're happy to announce the addition of another user-requested feature on the DeployHQ platform today - the ability to monitor running deployments directly on your main dashboard.