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Re: Place to share knowledge/tools on deploymentby
ok if we collaborate and discuss an initial project setup:
We can start the conversion with a first issue, and from there keep on evolving.
Better than this tribal mailing list...
Once we get to a decent point for the general boilerplate we can ask OCA to endorse this effort...
Is that ok?
On Wed, Oct 23, 2019 at 4:17 AM <email@example.com> wrote:
+1.We are using dockery-odoo for development already. I thing it will be great to have docker deployment examples and best practice under OCA.In general, it make sense to join forces on the devops front as it is required by our customers but it is not a core competency (for me).--Yves Goldberg - איב גולדברגodoo| Official Partner - OCA delegateOpen Source ERP, CRM & CMST +972 (3) 720 8818
M +972 (55) 966 1405T +32 (2) 588 2500------- Original message -----From: Jordi Riera <firstname.lastname@example.org>To: Contributors <email@example.com>Subject: Place to share knowledge/tools on deploymentDate: Tuesday, October 22, 2019 19:22Hello list,During the OCA code sprint in belgium, I had the opportunity to talk again about docker. While the first talk, in 2018, was focused on usage of Docker. This year, the discussion focused on orchestration solutions.The discussion was interesting and it was found that we could use a place to share good practices and solutions. Regarding orchestration, but also on dockers (odoo and other services like postgres, acsone/kwkhtmltopdf) and around deployments helpers (git-aggregator, gitoo, clik-odoo, etc.)How would you see it ?What do you think about to start with a single place where we could have docker-compose templates (or link to repo with templates) and best practices, FAQs, etc (I was thinking questions like: https://odoo-community.org/groups/contributors-15/contributors-148040?mode=thread&date_begin=&date_end=)The aim would be to ease the adoption of docker based infrastructure over OCA members. Docker-compose is a good tool to ease docker adoption.Let me know what you thinkJordi