[Chicago] deploying to the cloud
mandric at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 21:34:52 CET 2010
Hey Joe, thanks for posting that. We're not using fabric though, but
it gives me a clear sense of process and the functions related to your
deployment. I had no idea the app group was blogging over at the
On Wed, Feb 10, 2010 at 12:26 PM, Joe Germuska <joe at germuska.com> wrote:
> We're using EC2 at the Trib. One of my teammates just wrote a blog post about some tweaks to our fabfile:
> And we're also working on a recipe for firing up an EC2 GeoDjango environment which will demonstrate other parts of how we do what we do.
> Joe Germuska
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> "Learn to fear any church that fears drums." --Regie Gibson
> On Feb 10, 2010, at 11:58 AM, Milan Andric wrote:
>> Has anyone used libcloud or toppcloud? I'd be interested in learning
>> more about any of the stuff Ian is working on for that matter. I am
>> working on automating deployment here at work and have yet to tap into
>> any of this great stuff. Also, libcloud is in early development so
>> maybe those of us who find it useful can contribute.
>> I for one would greatly benefit from a solution to deployment for php
>> and python web applications to linux cloud providers. The solution I
>> am imagining is one that works similar to google app engine where you
>> press a button essentially and deploy a new version. This could be a
>> desktop app or even a web application that runs locally or elsewhere.
>> Talking to someone who knows about such things (Ian seems to be at the
>> forefront of this) would be wonderful to give me some guidance. I
>> also think my needs are common and I would be happy to share my
>> successes if I have something useful. If there are more people like
>> me then maybe we can share our experiences/knowledge? Thoughts?
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