It's been six months since we launched DoltLab, the self-hosted version of DoltHub, and a lot has happened in this short amount of time.
DoltLab is quickly becoming one of our most compelling product offerings, and we've seen customer interest and adoption continue to rise as we ship more and more features to support customer use cases.
Today, we're excited to announce DoltLab v0.5.0, which includes support for our most thumbs-up'd github issue: private databases!
Before v0.5.0 DoltLab only supported public databases, which meant DoltLab instances couldn't run on the public internet without exposing DoltLab database data to the world.
Currently, both DoltLab and DoltHub share the same source code, and DoltHub makes public database data open for everyone. If you go to DoltHub's discover page, you can see this in action since the databases listed are all public.
DoltHub let's anyone easily browse, clone, and run SQL read queries against any public database hosted on it. That's one of DoltHub's coolest features and is what enables DoltHub's Data Bounties. Users can also create private databases on DoltHub with a DoltHub Pro subscription, but must pay for data they store over 1GB.