What's new in Oraculi: October 2022

Hey everyone, welcome to the October edition of “What’s new in Oraculi” where we take you downstream to cover highlights of our change-log, community and anything Oraculi related. Read on to learn about everything that launched this month.

Product updates

Komiser reaches 2 million downloads

We're thrilled to announce that Komiser has been downloaded and deployed over two million times. Komiser is an open-source cloud agnostic environment inspector that helps developers uncover hidden costs, performance and security issues.

The project has rapidly grown in popularity as it enables any organization to connect their cloud accounts and build their own multi-cloud asset inventory.

In addition to our SaaS product, our open source product has a commitment to good design. We’ve spent the last few weeks talking with many users to learn about their product usage and their pain points. We’ve obsessively wanted to create a tool that looks good and is easy-to use.

In the upcoming days, we’re shipping Komiser v3 with a modern design and a consolidated cloud agnostic inventory page that pools all of your resources across accounts and providers. Allowing you to tag and create in-depth cross-sectioned cost breakdowns with filters and views.

Komiser v3 inventory feature

Community news & updates:

In an effort to continue supporting our open-source community, Purplin our mascot has new poses and traits thanks to the talented illustrator Alfrey Davilla.

Some of the new Purplin's poses

We hosted our second Oraculi Community Call, while this has become an end-of-month ritual for us, it's always great to share with our community our achievements and challenges over the past weeks.

In case you missed, here's a short recap:

Kudos to our community heroes of the month @AlleyOoP305 and @venkatreddyc from Infolob Solutions and @Manivannan and @swamy.ms  from Halodoc for their continuous feedback on how to improve Komiser.

To take part and potentially become the next Community Hero of the month, consider contributing to our project, either by providing feedback, be it through GitHub, through the #feedback channel on our Discord server or by testing existing and new features. Feel free to check out our contributor guidelines.

Check out our latest blog posts:

We’re growing

We're still hiring a Frontend Engineer and Backend Engineer to join a fully distributed team of 7 based in France, Germany, Portugal and Nigeria. We're looking to hire great people who are based in EU or equivalent timezones - Join us.

And that’s all we have for October’s edition. Thank’s for reading through. For even more detailed announcements, be sure to check out the release notes and join us on Discord to stay up to date on our more frequent updates!