How to stay current on the flespi developments, updates, and downtimes

Resources you should monitor to stay in sync with all changes introduced to the flespi platform infrastructure.

Flespi is a highly dynamic platform and you may wonder how to stay in the know of all upcoming changes, updates, maintenance works, and downtimes.

One of the core principles we follow in flespi development is continuous integration — new features are delivered to the customers as soon as they are developed and tested. This way the customers don't need to wait for the scheduled release to get the desired feature and can have a reported bug fixed at no time.

The two main resources where we notify users about upcoming changes or critical past events are the forum and the NOC Telegram channel for the corresponding region (see the links below).

You can also monitor the flespi platform real-time metrics as well as uptime history on the Status page.

Events to monitor

Where to check?

Real-time status reports about any trouble with the service availability

Read or subscribe on Telegram (EU region) /
Read or subscribe on Telegram (RU region)

Scheduled maintenance

Flespi network status

Telematics hub updates

Changes in administrative REST API

flespi MQTT broker updates

flespi analytics updates

Protocols updates

New integrations, articles, protocols

We recommend to subscribe to the forum threads related to the relevant protocols and platform modules you rely on (API, MQTT, etc.) to never miss an important change and have sufficient time for any necessary fixes.

If we or our uplink provider have scheduled maintenance works that we expect to cause downtime, we schedule updates and warn our customers in advance.

We also aggregate the major changes, updates, and improvements that happened during each month and publish an extensive monthly changelog.

Stay tuned and never be caught by surprise.

See also
Using plugins to resolve information about Wi-Fi nodes into location data with the help of Google Wi-Fi Geolocation API.
Using plugins to resolve position coordinates into address using Here reverse geocoding API and add it into the device messages.