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There are three types of Apps that function in different ways.
Most add-ons offer multiple plans, with different features, capabilities, and prices.
Add-on plans are priced by the month, and prorated to the second.
done, (free) Adding important-redis to important-app... done Setting REDIS_URL and restarting important-app... done, v7 $ heroku addons --app important-app === Resources for important-app Plan Name Price ---------------------- --------------- ----- heroku-redis:hobby-dev important-redis free === Attachments for important-app Name Add-on Billing App ----- --------------- ------------- REDIS important-redis important-app Sometimes, the name of the alias is important and relevant to the application.
If the add-on provider needed to change this value for any reason, both of these applications would automatically be restarted with the new value set.
You can add an add-on to your app via either Dashboard or the CLI.
The Elements site has instructions for both, and a CLI example is below.
Building on top of Heroku’s core service, add-ons exist so that developers can focus on their own application logic, and not the additional complexity of keeping supporting services or components running at full production capacity.
Add-ons can be used to handle a lot of ancillary components to your application, including data storage, monitoring, analytics, data processing, and more.