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Re: Odoo Hosting Infrastructure Management: Clouder // Buildout // travis2dockerby
I’m planning on using Clouder personally. My current working solution is Rancher, although I know Yannick is using Clouder in production.
We’re still working towards the goal of moving Clouder into OCA, but there’s quite a bit of work to be done in incubator before we can do that. We need to do a bit of work to get the code up to OCA standards, but we also need to switch around a bunch of things to make it more viable from a functional standpoint. We determined it would be better to perform the latter first in order to not spend effort on code we refactor anyways & allow us to get our own stuff online quicker.
— Dave Lasley
On Feb 4, 2017, at 5:38 PM, Jean-Charles Drubay <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi,It seems that there are 2 main solutions available in the community for Odoo Hosting Infrastructure Management (host inventory, host preparation, deployment ...):
- Anybox ReceipeBoth seems to be great tools and well documented.Did I miss another great solution?Which direction did you choose? Are you using your own tools or did you make the switch to one of them? Which one would you recommend?Thanks,Jean-Charles DrubayClouder (maintained 99% by Yannick Buron / goclouder > enter OCA umbrella?)Should become part of OCA (here) but I did not see if it happened yet.Anybox Buildout Receipe (maintained at 99% by Anybox)People were interested in it (here), but I have the feeling that OCA is finally not using it.Travis2docker maintained mostly by VauxooThis seems to be solving one part of the problem and is not a complete solution. Maybe it can be / is already included in one of the above.--
Komit, Jean-Charles Drubay