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Re: Hosting infrastructure based on Odoo

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Ygol InternetWork, Yves Goldberg
- 11/08/2014 04:08:13
awesome indeed.
would be great to have english or french infos about it.
 
 
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----- Original message -----
From: Gonzalo Ruzafa <gr@ingadhoc.com>
To: Community <community@mail.odoo.com>
Subject: Re: Hosting infrastructure based on Odoo
Date: Fri, 07 Nov 2014 17:47:07 -0000
 
Hi
 
You can try this awesome module developed by Juan José Scarafía to deploy and mantain servers, instances and databases (creation, backups, etc) directly from Odoo/OpenERP. You can restart instances, backup databases, schedule automatic updates, restart servers, specify domains and more, all using the backend.
 
Check it out!
 
Demostration
 
 
Source
 
 
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2014-11-07 11:52 GMT-03:00 Sébastien Alix <sebastien.alix@osiell.com>:
Le 07/11/2014 14:07, Lionel Sausin a écrit :
> Le 07/11/2014 11:33, Yannick Buron a écrit :
>> The main advantage of using Odoo as the Orchestrator is the
>> flexibility of the interface and workflow,
> Is it? Your setup seems well tuned for SAAS hosting, but we're starting
> to deploy Ansible to manage a more "classical" mix of dedicated
> hosts/LXCs where each has different purpose and software.
> The wonderful thing about Ansible is thanks to SSH & powershell there's
> no agent to setup, and it's easy to delegate admin tasks to power-users.

We deploy Odoo (and other things) with Ansible for some months now on 
classical servers, LXC containers, and it's quite effective. I just 
published the role we use here:

	https://github.com/osiell/ansible-odoo


>
> Do you expect to extend your solution to generic non-SAAS environments ?
>> I don't think I'd be able to have this kind of backoffice on
>> Chef/Puppet/Salt/Ansible so I really think they are complementary.
> Ansible has one that looks really great, but it's proprietary and quite
> expensive: http://www.ansible.com/tower
> Salt has tried several times to get one be failed to this date. Now,
> their community has a reputation for openness so maybe they'd be good
> partners?
>
> Lionel.
>
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