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Product updates and news

Introducing new 'Network Edition' licences.

'Network Edition' (NE) licences bridge the gap between the low cost, low volume Pro licences, and the higher cost, high volume Enterprise licences that McMyAdmin uses. They're targeted towards individuals and groups who want to run large numbers of game servers all from one place and under one licence without the cost of either buying up lots of Pro licences or having the recurring cost of Enterprise licences.

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AMP Beta 'Tethys' 1.2.0.0 Release Notes

Now that the core functionality for 1.1.0.0 is largely implemented, we're now able to start focusing on cleaning things up and getting functionality around the edges of AMP complete without having to worry about its core too much.

Like our previous release notes, these ones are being updated as we complete things. Keep checking back to see what we've been up to!

Edit: Since this release has turned out to be much larger than expected, it's now going to be pushed as a 'major' release with a new codename - 'Tethys'

These release notes are now finalized and not subject to change.

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AMP Beta 'Enceladus' 1.1.0.0 Release Notes

Enceladus is our next major AMP update with major new functionality, mainly in the form of the ADS module which allows AMP services to be created via the web API on machines that have it installed.

We've released Enceladus early to allow hosts to start working the the ADS API, and to let users take advantage of the long list of bug fixes and under-the-hood improvements. The UI for ADS is very much incomplete at this time.

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Backups and Archive formats. Introducing our new file format especially for server backups.

The backup system in McMyAdmin 2 is based on Zip files. Inside the Zip file itself there's a manifest that tells MCMA2 what's specifically inside it (in the way of plugins, worlds, etc). We did this because we wanted to try and keep the backups contained in a single file instead of having a Zip with then an external file describing its contents.

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Developer Licences - We need your feedback!

As AMPs internal API starts settling down and we stop making sweeping changes, we're starting to look at how we're going to let the community start developing their own plugins and modules for AMP so they can start to customize it and tailor it to their needs.

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AMP Beta 'Mimas' 1.0.0.8 Release Notes

Release 1.0.0.8 addresses some under-the-hood issues to start getting some of the core in a suitable shape to handle the deployment server as part of the next release codename 'Enceladus'.

The version of AMP that these release notes belong to has not yet been released.

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AMP Beta 'Mimas' 1.0.0.7 Release Notes

Mimas 1.0.0.7 finally fixes Linux users having a hard time getting certain modules up and running, and adds a number of host improvements to the Minecraft module, along with some instance manager fixes.

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AMP Beta 'Mimas' 1.0.0.6 Release Notes

1.0.0.6 has a number of tweaks and fixes spanning various parts of AMP, with a focus on some of the API mechanisms to start moving forward with MultiAMP.

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AMP Professional to get McMyAdmin Enterprise features.

We're pleased to announce that AMP Professional will be getting features previously exclusive to the Enterprise edition of our previous software, McMyAdmin.

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AMP Beta 'Mimas' 1.0.0.5 Release Notes

1.0.0.5 includes the fix for the 'heisenbug' mentioned in the previous blog post, allowing srcds, rust and other SteamCMD dependent modules to run reliably. There's also a handful of other minor fixes and updates to some plugins.

This is a pretty small update for the amount of time that has passed, largely due to the amount of time spent hunting down the issue with SteamCMD that proved so illusive.

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