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Re: Gitlab is looking for alternatives on Juju, the latest Open Source product from Ubuntu

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2013 22:54:40 -0400

If you've got a competent apt builder, why not simply work from the
existing apt or the published RPM packages that set up a template
environment? Or have a word with our commercial Subversion providers, some
of whom have tools like Wandisco's tools for multily hosted, high
availablility Subversion?

On Mon, Sep 23, 2013 at 6:18 AM, Maarten Ectors <
maarten.ectors_at_canonical.com> wrote:

> Ubuntu launched Juju <http://juju.ubuntu.com> earlier this year. Juju
> allows anybody to instantly deploy, integrate and scale any server software
> on any cloud or server. In seconds you can deploy Gitlab<https://jujucharms.com/fullscreen/search/precise/gitlab-2/?text=gitlab#bws-readme>.
> However we are missing instant deployment and integration of subversion.
> Since Juju is open source, anybody can extend it and use it. If somebody in
> the Subversion community would make a "subversion charm", then anybody in
> the world would be able to instantly deploy subversion and get it
> integrated into a continuous deployment architecture for instance. Find out
> more about how easy it is to make a charm<https://juju.ubuntu.com/docs/authors-charm-writing.html>.
> You could even win $10,000 if you participate in the Juju Charm
> Championship <https://juju.ubuntu.com/charm-championship/> in the
> category Continuous Deployment for instance...
> regards,
> Maarten Ectors
> Responsible for Cloud Strategy at Ubuntu/Canonical
Received on 2013-09-24 04:55:16 CEST

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