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Re: Hosting infrastructure based on Odooby
I just published on my blog a presentation of the hosting infrastructure I developed for the open-source projects I am working on, an infrastructure based on Odoo. I know many people here have their own hosting infrastructure but maybe it can interest some of you.
When I developed it, I did it with the ambitions to host any kind of applications later so flexibility was the only word in my mind. I'd like to share the cost of maintaining it and depending of the reactions I may decide to create a community around it.
Then, if you are planning to make you own hosting offer or want to evolve your existing, or are just interested by the subject, I invite you to read my post :
I do not consider I’m an expert in hosting, just a good enough one, and I know many things shall be improved.
I also do not know what will happen after this post, I don’t know if there is a real need or if everyone prefer maintaining their own scripts because it’s their own and they need flexibility. Just tell me what you think.
Thank you for your attention,--
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