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  1. Pricing

    $18 seems a bit much to go from 1 process to 2. If it was something like $5-$10 I'd be happy to move up to a paid plan.

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    • Do you have timescales on when performance dynos will be supported?

      Do you have timescales on when performance dynos will be supported?

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      • WEB_CONCURRENCY setting

        For each dyno size the memory usage changes. Some apps can't rely on the defaults. Set this config var to custom values when scaling up/down to different dyno types. E.g. using 1:2X at night and 1:PX at day, you might need very different WEB_CONCURRENCY settings, e.g. 3 and 14 (not default 4 and 16 provided by Heroku)

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        • Process count overrides

          We often have to 1) increase the worker process count if one of our queues gets backed up or 2) set the process count to zero for migrations. To accommodate this the scheduler should reset the process count only when the scheduled process count changes. So if we have 4 processes scheduled between 7am and 7pm and 2 processes scheduled between 7pm and 7am, at 7pm it should reset to 2 processes and at 7am it should reset to 4 workers. Any manual changes in process count should not be reset other than at those times. This is obviously ideal…

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          • One time event scheduling

            To be able to scale a process type on a particular date for a specified period. For example setup a specific amount of dynos from 19 March 6AM to 23 March 7PM.

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            • Google Analytics Integration

              pulll a report from Google Analytics visits to help fillling the calendar

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