Opened 12 years ago
Closed 11 years ago
#8 closed defect (wontfix)
Deployment via Silver LIning
|Reported by:||Christopher Allan Webber||Owned by:|
Description (last modified by )
Deployability is a big deal. We should research doing deployment via `Silver Lining <http://cloudsilverlining.org/>`_ which looks like it would make deployment fairly easy and also looks very easily compatible with the tools we already have. Currently Rackspace Cloud seems to be the only reasonable option there, but that doesn't seem any more terrible than shared hosting, and more local hosting looks possible. Trying to make a Silver Lining deployment option anyway can't be anything but a good/useful idea.
Change History (7)
comment:1 by , 12 years ago
|Priority:||Normal → Low|
comment:2 by , 12 years ago
Removing assignment to me specifically.
comment:3 by , 12 years ago
We should also look more into Puppet (and Vagrant for testing locally) for this kind of stuff.
comment:4 by , 12 years ago
Silver Lining seems to be not exclusively for Rackspace Cloud: :: What Does It Do This is a script that: 1. Can create and destroy virtual servers, using a Cloud service API (something supported by libcloud). [...] -- http://cloudsilverlining.org/#what-does-it-do This is a list of supported providers for libcloud; `http://libcloud.apache.org/supported\_providers.html <http://libcloud.apache.org/supported_providers.html>`_
comment:5 by , 12 years ago
`https://openhatch.org/wiki/Using\_OpenHatch\_with\_Vagrant <https://openhatch.org/wiki/Using_OpenHatch_with_Vagrant>`_ Here's some notes on OpenHatch deploying via Vagrant. Not sure if this should turn into its own ticket :)
comment:6 by , 11 years ago
The original url for this bug was http://bugs.foocorp.net/issues/267 .
comment:7 by , 11 years ago
|Status:||accepted → closed|
I'm going to deprecate this; I haven't seen any movement on SilverLining for some time. Too bad!
I think it's more important to look into easy deployment options along the lines of openshift and openstack and etc... I'll be doing more research soon.