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Today, we're thrilled to announce Heroku Postgres via PrivateLink, a new integration that enables customers to seamlessly and securely connect Heroku Postgres databases in Private Spaces to resources in one or more Amazon VPCs. Heroku Postgres via PrivateLink connections are secure and stable by default because traffic to and from Heroku Postgres stays on the Amazon private network; once a PrivateLink is set up, there is no brittle networking configuration to manage. As always, security and trust are top of mind with everything we do at Heroku.

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The ability to configure Heroku Postgres via PrivateLink is already enabled on all private Postgres plans. It's also included at no...

We are happy to announce two major improvements to our SSO experience for Heroku Enterprise customers: easier SSO login for users via the Heroku CLI, and the ability for admins to add more than one certificate at the Enterprise Team level.

Logging into all your different cloud applications can be a pain. We know that many of you like to use Heroku via the command line interface and in your web browser side-by-side, and until now that has meant logging in via SSO separately to each interface. You'll now be redirected from the CLI to the Dashboard to complete your SSO login to Heroku, after which your SSO credentials will be synced.

We've also made the administrative experience for...

Today we are happy to announce Heroku Shield, a new addition to our Heroku Enterprise line of products. Heroku Shield introduces new capabilities to Dynos, Postgres databases and Private Spaces that make Heroku suitable for high compliance environments such as healthcare apps regulated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). With Heroku Shield, the power and productivity of Heroku is now easily available to a whole new class of strictly regulated apps.

Today, we are excited to announce DNS Service Discovery for Heroku Private Spaces, an easy way to find and coordinate services for microservice-style deployments.

As applications grow in sophistication and scale, developers often organize their applications into small, purpose-built “microservices”. These microservice systems act in unison to achieve what otherwise would be handled by a single, larger monolithic application, which serves the benefit of simplifying applications’ codebases and improving their overall reliability.

DNS Service Discovery is a valuable component of a true microservices architecture. It is a simple, yet effective way to facilitate microservice-style application...

Today we’re happy to announce that the Sydney, Australia region is now generally available for use with Heroku Private Spaces. Sydney joins Virginia, Oregon, Frankfurt, and Tokyo as regions where Private Spaces can be created by any Heroku Enterprise user. Developers can now deploy Heroku apps closer to customers in the Asia-Pacific area to reduce latency and take advantage of the advanced network & trust controls of Spaces to ensure sensitive data stays protected.

Usage

To create a Private Space in Sydney, select the Spaces tab in Heroku Dashboard in Heroku Enterprise, then click the “New Space” button and choose “Sydney, Australia” from the the Space Region dropdown.

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