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Re: Hosting infrastructure based on Odoo

by
YannickB
- 11/08/2014 10:52:38
Hello,

Indeed, what was show here looks impressive. It clearly seems dedicated to only Odoo hosting but seems maybe more mature for this sole purpose.

My own project doesn't serve the same goal, since I want to be able to host any other application. On the long run, we should mutualize our effort I think, maybe inside an OCA project.

Le 07/11/2014 18:47, Gonzalo Ruzafa a écrit :
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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


Regards!


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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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