[CentralOH] Kokki, or, Server Management
morgan.goose at gmail.com
Fri Nov 12 16:15:29 CET 2010
Interestingly enough, that project was started in the #fabric room on freenode
and has a room a few months ago IIRC. It's utalizing fabric as it's underlying
communication library, and ends up being a loose set of functions to "organize"
some fabric stuff into good bits for package management.
I've not used it, and most likely wont, as I feel a one time start script like
that can be implemented with a good use of a cloud api provider, and some
simple lines of bash for the apt-gets.
If you pop into either channel I think bitprophet (the main fabric dev) uses
some cloud'y stuff. And the kokki dev may be lurking in there, or at lease in
the #kokki room.
On Fri, Nov 12, 2010 at 09:43:30AM -0500, Issac Kelly wrote:
> I finally got all of my new projects switched over to fabric + git for
> deployment. �The big missing piece now is actually setting up the box.
> There seem to be a few big projects in the FOSS world (Puppet and Chef are
> quite popular in ruby) and then there's this outlier that, even from my
> Python friends I've heard noting about (http://samuelks.com/kokki/)
> have any of you used this? �What do you use for deployment management or
> server management in general?
> My needs are generally very very basic:
> ) Fire up an instance of Ubuntu (Latest LTS) on [Rackspace|AWS|Slicehost]
> ) Add general dev tools (build-essential, git-core, svn, mercurial
> ) Add my Python toolchain (python, virtualenv, virtualenvwrapper, pil)
> ) Add Postgres [sometimes GDAL, PostGIS ...]
> ) Add�psycopg2
> ) Add nginx // supervisord
> ) (And now, run fab locally to deploy something)
> I would like to automate everything except the last step
> Visible links
> 1. http://samuelks.com/kokki/
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