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Nodejitsu has joined GoDaddy

We are excited to join GoDaddy to help spearhead their largest Node.js product: Website Builder. Please read our blog post to learn more about customer transition plans and our continued support for Open Source within the node community.

Want to know all the details?
Read the full blog post or read the GoDaddy Announcement.

All Nodejitsu services extended to December 30th, 2015

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Back in February we announced the Nodejitsu team was joining GoDaddy we told our existing users that we would be ending the Nodejitsu Platform-as-a-Service in seven months. Based on a variety of factors the Nodejitsu team has decided to continue supporting the Nodejitsu Platform-as-a-Service until December 30th, 2015 11:59:59 GMT.

I am an existing Nodejitsu customer. Where should I move my apps?

We will be announcing this information very soon. We have been working closely with our transition partner to ensure that there are enough resources and credits for all Nodejitsu customers before making the annoucement.

I am an existing private npm or Iris Couch customer. Does this mean anything for me?

No! If you fall into either of these categories here is a friendly reminder of what you need to do:

  • Private npm customers: The Nodejitsu team is hard at work retrofitting our private npm offering to be open source. This work is expected to complete by October 31st, 2015.
  • Iris Couch customers: We will be announcing a partner for your to transition your database for very soon. Please hold on just a little longer!