Welcome to May! Lets go ahead and dive right in.
- Data Export – You can now export (most) of your Kernl data. To export your data, log in to Kernl, go to your profile, and scroll down to the “Export My Data” button.
- Node.js Upgraded – Kernl has been updated to use the latest LTS version of Node.js. We are now on 8.11.1.
- Kernl Analytics Hardware Upgraded – Kernl analytics sees a lot of traffic on a daily basis. As that number continued to grow we were seeing some resource contention issues during peak periods. We were able to mitigate all resource issues by upgrading our hardware from a single vCPU setup to a three vCPU setup.
- https://kernl.us/wordpress-installation-statistics – Check out our new public WordPress installation statistics page! Most of this information is readily available on WordPress.org, but Kernl’s data is interesting because it only includes data points from websites that purchase plugins or themes. The data is also available via our API for public consumption.
Thats it for this month! I hope everyone in the northern hemisphere is enjoying the start of summer.