Some of you may have already noticed, we just com­plet­ed an update of the admin­is­tra­tion inter­face for man­ag­ing your data­bas­es. It is now pos­si­ble to:

  • man­age user per­mis­sions per data­base: it was pre­vi­ous­ly only pos­si­ble with MySQL, but it is now also the case with PostgreSQL, due to its upgrade to ver­sion 9.0. The per­mis­sion lev­els are: no rights, read-only and all rights;
  • man­age options for base type: in par­tic­u­lar, you can now cre­ate a PostGIS data­base with­out ask­ing us to. It’s auto­mat­ic; it’s bet­ter for every­one.

That is actu­al­ly pret­ty much every­thing — though most of the work can not be seen: we have com­plete­ly redesigned our sys­tem in a gener­ic way to man­age your data­bas­es, which will allow us to add more soon. As such, here is what will arrive:

At the right time, we will look for beta testers for the use of these new ser­vices; so… we hope to hear from you soon 😉