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The latest product updates from Neon

Anonymize sensitive data with Neon and Neosync

We are excited to announce that Neon has partnered with Neosync to provide developers with a complete solution for branching Postgres databases with anonymized data. Neosync is an open-source platform that helps developers anonymize production data and sync it across their environments for a better developer experience.

Both Neon and Neosync offer generous free tiers. If you’re interested in trying it out, follow the steps in our Neosync guide to get started.

Join the Neon Early Access Program from the Neon Console

You can now join the Neon Early Access Program directly from the Neon Console to be among the first to try new Neon features. From your Profile menu, select Account Settings > Early Access, and submit your Discord username.

Early Access Program console

The benefits of joining include:

  • Exclusive early access: Get a first look at upcoming features before they go live.
  • Private community: Gain access to a dedicated Discord channel to connect with the Neon team and provide feedback to help shape what comes next.
  • Weekly insights: Receive updates on Neon's latest developments and future plans.

Fixes & improvements

  • Improved the text on the Billing page in the Neon Console to better explain compute usage and allowances for each of Neon's plans.
  • Added a Home button to the Neon login page to provide a means of navigating to the Neon website if that was the intended destination.
  • Updated the Drizzle Studio version that supports the Tables page in the Neon Console. The new version fixes a display issue for long BIGINT values.
  • Improved the design of Billing summary section on the Billing page in the Neon Console to make it easier to understand your current billing status.
  • Addressed an issue with the Neon Vercel Integration that prevented the automatic branch deletion feature from removing Neon branches after merging the corresponding Git branch.
  • Custom-built extension support is now an Enterprise plan feature only. Any custom-built extensions that we currently support are not affected by this change and will continue to be supported on your current plan.
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