API: Enabled checking for the Neon API specification to ensure that examples are updated when the specification is modified.
API: Added a
history_retention_secondsproperty to the Project response body. Neon retains a 7-day history to support point-in-time restore. History retention will become a configurable parameter in a future release.
API: Increased the maximum value of the
suspend_timeout_secondsproperty in the Endpoint API from 86400 seconds (1 day) to 604800 seconds (7 days). This change affects the maximum Auto-suspend delay setting that Neon Pro plan users can configure when creating or editing a compute endpoint. The Auto-suspend delay setting defines the number of seconds of inactivity after which a compute endpoint is automatically suspended. The default is 300 seconds (5 minutes). For more information, see Auto-suspend configuration.
UI: Redesigned the branch details page in the Neon Console. In addition to the information displayed previously, the page now provide usage metrics, including Active time, Compute time, Written data, and Data transfer. This information enables you to monitor usage for individual branches. Refer to the Billing section for information about the usage metrics.
The compute endpoint information on the branch details page has also been expanded to include Compute size, Auto-suspend delay, and Last active information. Compute size (min) and Compute size (max) values are shown for computes with the Autoscaling feature enabled. For information about these values, see View a compute endpoint.
UI: Added an Active time column to the table on the Branches page in the Neon Console. This column shows the number of hours the branch compute endpoint has been active for the current month.
UI: The Connection Details dialog displayed when creating a project or a branch now provides Pooled connection and Direct connection tabs, allowing you to copy a pooled or direct connection string for the default
neondbdatabase. For information about connection pooling in Neon, see Connection pooling.
UI: Updated the
prisma.jscode example accessible from the Connection Details widget on the Neon Dashboard. The connection string now includes a
connect_timeoutparameter to prevent Prisma from timing out due to cold starts, and a
pgbouncer=trueparameter, which is required when using Prisma with a pooled connection string. For more information about using Neon with Prisma, see Connect Neon to Prisma.
Control Plane: Added a constraint to ensure that the maximum Autoscaling compute size is greater than or equal to the minimum compute size.
UI: Added icons and hover help to the Usage widget on the Neon Console.