How to start, stop, and restart cron jobs
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We often run into situations that require us to run a piece of code periodically—for example, renewing SSL certificates that may expire every year or two. Fortunately, most servers and operating systems provide some means to conduct repetitive tasks automatically. One popular solution is using cron.
Airplane for healthcare: PHI and data protection, scheduled operations, interfacing with third parties, and moreJan 13, 2022–Madhura KumarOne of the primary challenges that B2B healthcare, consumer health, and biotech companies face when it comes to finding third-party software solutions is that they don't comply with the level of sensitivity necessary to be able to use the software. This includes: * Measures to control and lock down PHI (Protected Health Information) and PII (Personally Identifiable Information) * Regular and rigorous audit logs that are easily accessible * The ability to manage permission groups at the mo
Airplane for fintech: sensitive workflows, data protection, fraud investigation, and moreNov 5, 2021–Madhura KumarBuilding a product that interacts with financial systems and institutions tends to require a number of manual operational workflows. As a result, fintech and insurtech companies invest a significant amount of engineering effort into building internal workflows and processes for support, ops, risk, compliance, and other teams. This is why these companies often dedicate some percentage of their headcount to developing internal tools. One challenge is building internal tools while accounting for s
Build an admin panel in 10 minutes with AirplaneNov 1, 2021–Ravi ParikhOne of the first things that a scaling startup builds as soon as they have a reasonable amount of customer volume is an admin panel, sometimes called an admin dashboard or control center. From here, people on support, customer success, ops, and other teams can read and write customer data to help resolve customer issues. Examples of the types of things you might need to do in an admin panel: * Read data: Lookup a user's metadata and transaction history; see a list of users on a team * Sim
Airplane for SaaS: admin panels, customer onboarding, feature flags, and moreOct 28, 2021–Madhura KumarAirplane enables engineers at SaaS companies to focus on doing the thing they do best: building a great product. With Airplane, you can move quickly by transforming code into enterprise-grade internal apps in minutes that can be used by anyone on your team. Why SaaS companies choose Airplane SaaS companies are able to grow more quickly when developers can fully focus on building the company's core offering. Airplane enables this by: * Enabling non-engineers to safely run operations that were
Integrating Airplane with AWSOct 12, 2021–Joshua MaMany Airplane users run tasks integrated with their production systems, and the overwhelming majority of users run their production systems on AWS. In this post, we'll walk through how you can easily integrate the two together! Via Self-Hosted AWS Agents With Airplane, you can self-host agents [https://docs.airplane.dev/platform/agent-installation] to run within your own AWS account / AWS VPC. This gives you the most flexibility: Airplane agents can run within your own private network(s), and y