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Re: Proposing to add ansible-odoo project to OCA umbrellaby
ForgeFlow, S.L., Jordi Ballester Alomar
I do not really agree with the approach of a "global" solution. We have tried for years without success, simply because each team has their own preferences and needs.
What I do understand is that some projects are better managed or/and are more successful than others. To me odoo-ansible is a well maintained project. Good documentation, contains full tests, and covers an ample choice of install options. It is a good candidate for people who like Ansible.
If someone wants to propose a project using Salt Stack, or Docker, it is also welcome. I think that we must look for quality and not technological options.
On Thu, Jan 25, 2018 at 1:17 PM, Jose R. Prieto <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
There is a great notice that OCA starts to support IT automatization tools to deploy / dev with Odoo.But I think that the perspective has to be more abstract, more global; there are a lot of great tools to do IT automatization today; Chef, Puppet, Ansible, are great tools (don't forget Fabric...).On the other side, the emergent technologies, as Containers / Docker, and Kubernetes, is a reality in the actual tech ecosystem.I think that OCA can group all of this projects on a OCA project; can be a better choice for all of us, and to avoid confussion on the "final" user.First, we have (I put projects that i know):- odoo-ansible (https://github.com/osiell/
ansible-odoo)- odoo-docker-base (https://github.com/Tecnativa/ docker-odoo-base)But, there are more similar projects:....What is the better choice? A very complex question.But i think that OCA may be the right organization for take a right decision, and adopt one or more approach as "official" (and, better, take various approach as "official").This is my suggestions... And I can help with this, in a more global project, if OCA members wishes. I can put a bit of my time on this topics for OCA.Regards.2018-01-25 12:02 GMT+01:00 Jordi Ballester Alomar <email@example.com>:Hi Frederik,It would be great to get some exposure on how to use Salt to install Odoo and OCA.The more choices we have the better! In the end the diversity will make everyone betterRegards,Jordi.On Wed, Jan 24, 2018 at 4:02 PM, Frederik Kramer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:We did a technical analysis and decided to use SALT to do deployments quite a while ago and i still think that SALT is a more modern and cleaner approach to CFM tools but the community definitely will appreciate the ansible approach as well so +1 Am Mittwoch, den 24.01.2018, 14:32 +0000 schrieb Maxime Chambreuil: > +1 > > > MAXIME CHAMBREUIL > PROJECT MANAGER/CONSULTANT O: 1.855.877.2377 EXT. 710 > M: 602.427.5632 > E: MChambreuil@OpenSourcelnteg rators.comP.O. BOX 940, HIGLEY, AZ 85236 > > > > On Wed, Jan 24, 2018 at 8:17 AM, Sylvain LE GAL <email@example.com> wrote: > +100 ! > > I'm deploying Odoo via Ansible for 3 years with custom scripts, and I'll be glad to contribute and converge towards a common system. > > kind regards. > > > Sylvain LE GAL - Twitter > GRAP - Service informatique (Groupement Régional Alimentaire de Proximité) > Site Web | FramaSphere | Facebook > 3 Grande rue des Feuillants, 69001 Lyon > Bureau : (+33) 09.72.32.33.17 - Astreinte : (+33) 06.81.85.61.43 > Member of the OCA (Odoo Community Association) > Web Site | Twitter > > 2018-01-24 14:31 GMT+01:00 Jordi Ballester Alomar <firstname.lastname@example.org>:-- Dr.-Ing. Frederik Kramer Geschäftsführer initOS GmbH An der Eisenbahn 1 21224 Rosengarten Phone: +49 4105 56156-12 Fax: +49 4105 56156-10 Mobil: +49 179 3901819 Email: frederik.kramer@initos.> ______________________________> Dear OCA contributors, > > Over the last weeks I have been exposed to a very nice DevOps project consisting of a method to install Odoo using Ansible (https://www.ansible.com/). > > I found that Osiell, one of the most reputable Odoo integrators, has been maintaining an Ansible role called 'ansible-odoo' https://github.com/osiell/ansi ble-odoo, that allows one to very easily > install Odoo 8, 9, 10 or 11 and associated modules of your choice in Ubuntu or Debian, using three install types: > - Standard > - Buildout (see https://github.com/anybox/anyb ox.recipe.odoo) > - Pip (see https://odoo-community.org/blo g/our-blog-1/post/installing-o) > > Sébastién Alix prepared a nice document about it here: https://usr-src.org/blog/2015/ ca-addons-the-easy-way-32 03/deploy-odoo-with-ansible/> > The project contains loads of tests in Travis, that ensure that the install is good, for the given odoo install types, odoo versions, and Ubuntu/Debian versions. See https://travis-ci.org/osiell/a n> sible-odoo > > I would like to propose that Osiell brings this project to the OCA repositories. > > The benefits would be: > * For Integrators to have a high quality bullet-proof tool to install Odoo and OCA/third party modules, and a solid configuration management tool. > * For Customers, reducing the risk of errors/downtime thanks to adopting a standarized approach. > * For Developers, to facilitate the reproducibility of customer environment on VM's or containers (LXC, Docker). > * For Osiell, to bring more people onboard to the project, helping them to increase the quality, reduce (partly) the mainteinance burden from their side. > > I would like to propose Sébastien Alix (https://github.com/sebalix) as Leader of this repository. > > I have also been looking at other methods to install Odoo using Docker, such as Tecnativa's Doodba (https://github.com/Tecnativa/ docker-odoo-base), and they are also great. 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ForgeFlow, S.L., Jordi Ballester Alomar