To deploy on Latitude.sh, you need to create a Project. A Project groups your servers and network resources and helps you better organize your infrastructure.
Here is what you need to know:
- You will receive a separate invoice for each one of your Projects.
- Bandwidth is only pooled for devices in the same Project and country. Learn more at Bandwidth.
- Users have access to all Projects within the same Team. If you want to limit access to some Projects, you need to create a new Team.
You can create a new project from the Latitude.sh Dashboard by clicking on the Create project button on the Projects menu.
When you select a Project from the Projects menu, the sidebar will render a menu for the Project you selected. You can then click on Project Settings on the sidebar to go to the settings page.
From there, you can change your Project name, description, and environment, as well as manage other aspects of your project, such as SSH Keys and Usage.
Proceed with caution
When you delete a project, the subscription associated with your project is canceled and any pending invoice items are invoiced. Deleting a project is irreversible.
- Make sure you have deleted all servers and other resources like SSH keys associated with the project.
- Go to Project Settings and scroll down to the Delete section
- Click on Delete and confirm your project's name.
Updated 30 days ago