Autoscaling for your Heroku dynos
Load- and schedule-based scaling
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.
Handle Workload Increases
Scale up automatically when your app's web- or worker 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.
Logplex Integration
Autoscale web dynos based on response times, rpm and load with our Logplex strategy.
Organizations
Work in a team or for a client? Organizations help you manage multiple accounts and apps.
Multiple Queues
Have multiple Procfile entries for your job queues? No problem. We'll scale them individually.
Flexible Integration
Enable worker autoscaling with any app that supports HTTP/JSON endpoints.
One plan, everything included
Only $10/month per app
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Corey Ward
@damon YES! HireFireApp.com is great & actually works (unlike either heroscale or heroku-autoscale). Also a free HireFire gem that's okay.
⬅ Mathew Hartley
I regret not installing @hirefireio sooner.
Matt Campbell
Found @hirefireapp, which does auto-scaling of heroku dynos based on load. Pretty slick. http://t.co/FccPL1b
rayban
So....that just worked.... awesome! :) @HireFireApp
Mark Schmeiser
Neat tool if you work with Heroku http://t.co/5fIXkflWb0 #Heroku
Libraries.io
We're now processing over 600,000 jobs per day using @sidekiq, autoscaling with @hirefireio to keep up with demand 🚚
Stephen Charles Huey
Been enjoying playing with @HireFireApp today!
Tom Beddard
@hirefireapp is proving to be invaluable for dynamically scaling the processes on our Heroku based render farm!
Jannis Leidel
@brettsky @lvh @jessenoller It runs on heroku and I'm okay with it, although some checks require to use scaling services like hirefire.io
Andy Croll
I'd just like to say... @HireFireApp seems to be awesome. If you're on Heroku.
digestive.io
@teabass @hirefireio it is indeed. It will be even more useful in a couple of days :)
jumand
A new heroku dyno auto-scaling service. - https://t.co/SFxlof6Xs2 @HireFireApp Seems interesting