If you used SeaTable Cloud in the last few weeks, you might have detected some warnings in your browser that the connection to SeaTable Cloud is lost and the client has to reconnect. This was caused by load peaks due to strong customer growth.
Even if this information does not inspire confidence, it is not problematic. Entries are not lost and work can continue after a very short time.
At the same time, we are convinced that these problems will no longer occur in the future.
Last night (Nov 7th at 2am) we made a corresponding modification to the SeaTable Cloud platform. We have added additional virtual machines to the SeaTable Cloud to distribute the requests across multiple devices. This allows us to reliably compensate for short-term load peaks, and such a connection error should really only occur if your Internet is briefly lost or the WLAN reconnects.