Wortley Hall 2017/Co-Tech Shared Developer Infrastructure

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From last year

https://wiki.coops.tech/wiki/Collaborative_Tech_Tools_for_co_operatives_2016

https://wiki.coops.tech/wiki/Skill_Sharing_2016

Gitlab

Outlandish and Webarchitects [1] both run a Gitlab server, but with different strategies. Some co-ops are relying on the CI elements of Gitlab which would be necessary if we want to share a Gitlab instance.

Coops can use git.coop to share code. To get an account you need to be a member of WebArch, this starts at £1. Some coops already have Open Source code GitHub, but there might be stuff that we only want to share with other coops. Useful things to share:

  • Ansible
  • OpenShift config

OpenShift

Outlanish have received funding from the EU to investigate using OpenShift for small businesses/co-ops. They have been experimenting extensively with OpenShift after evaluating various platforms.

Based on Kubernetes (Docker)

https://www.openshift.com/

https://github.com/openshift/openshift-ansible

Docker

Anisble

OpenStack

Autonomic have been investigating OpenStack for provisioning VPS/Containers. Perhaps this has less density than OpenShift but small co-operatives can't necessarily spend ages trying to dockerise problematic applications.