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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Dillon Compton
If you are using @heroku, you owe it to yourself to check out @HireFireApp. Great service to autoscale/descale your app w/demand.
Andrew Bezzub
.@hirefireio can now be used to autoscale RabbitMQ based workers:
Peter Schröder
Ein entspanntes Post-Rollout Wochenende dank #HireFire
Jamie Quint
@hirefireio You guys are awesome! Saving us a ton of money this month.
Hayk Saakian
Thanks @HireFireApp Now I only pay processes I need
Mike Coutermarsh
whoa @HireFireApp nice new UI.
Sam Soffes
Loving @HireFireApp
Taylor Luk
@hirefireapp heroku process manager is freaking awesome, found it when we thought about building something simpier as a weekend hack, neat
Matt Campbell
Found @hirefireapp, which does auto-scaling of heroku dynos based on load. Pretty slick.
Mark Nijhof
I haven't needed it yet but (not enough traffic) from what I can tell @HireFireApp is a must addon service for any serious Heroku website.
@TheCookiesHQ With honourable mentions of @skylightio @heroku & @hirefireio
Just released HireFire 0.3 with fixes to the non-Redis Celery count (thanks @mjtamlyn!) and Flask support. #heroku