Autoscaling for your Heroku dynos
Load-based scaling, schedule-based scaling, dyno crash recovery, for web- and worker dynos.
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Scaling Operations Performed
Save Money
Shut down dynos dynamically to avoid wasting money on idle resources.
Smooth Sailing
Scale up automatically when your app's workload increases.
Process Jobs, Faster
Process more jobs in parallel without increasing your worker fees.
Managed Minutely
Apps receive minutely checkups to see if its dyno formation needs to be adjusted.
New Relic Integration
Using New Relic? We can pull down metrics and use it to determine when to scale.
Work in a team, or for a client? Organizations help you manage multiple accounts and apps.
Multiple Queues
Have multiple workers for your job queues? No problem. We can scale them individually!
Flexible Integration
HireFire speaks HTTP/JSON, meaning you can make it work with virtually any app.
One plan, everything included.
Only $10/month per app.
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2 weeks with @hirefireio : worthed every penny. Kudos!
Court Simas
@samsoffes you were right - @hirefireapp is awesome and easy. thanks again.
@hirefireapp You're awesome at helping to manage our server #props
This looks like a must for any heroku users “@fnando: using heroku paid plans? check @hirefireapp ~”
we were able to launch so quickly thanks to using awesome tools like Ruby, Rails, @heroku, @hirefireapp, and more! #swdfw
⬅ Mathew Hartley
I regret not installing @hirefireio sooner.
Andy Croll
I'd just like to say... @HireFireApp seems to be awesome. If you're on Heroku.
Andrew Nesbitt
If you haven't tried @hirefireio yet be sure to check it out, it literally saves me more money than it costs!
Running worker dynos on @heroku is cheap with @HireFireApp. StatBot’s favourite!
Mark Schmeiser
Neat tool if you work with Heroku #Heroku
I released a Python lib for the @HireFireApp service over the weekend: Docs: #python #django
Happy to report that you can use the new @HireFireApp with my Python library and a bunch of Python queues: #python