Using this bundle as-is, you will set up a “free-for-all” Let’s Chat application where anyone can create a user and begin messaging in seconds.
Let’s Chat is a quality web-chat application tailored for small development teams. Developed by Security Compass and released under the MIT license, Let’s Chat is a solid tool for any team, boasting features including persistent messages (with searchable archives), infinite rooms, browser notifications, mentions, file uploads and image embedding, code-paste recognition, private rooms and more!
Let’s Chat became the established messaging application within my team days after I introduced it for field-testing. I hope your experience with Let’s Chat will be as pleasant as it has been for us.
Since few weeks all OpenStack components of the Cloudwatt platform’s are in Juno Release (Nova, Glance , Cinder , Neutron, Heat , Keystone)
Dokuwiki is a completely open source and highly versatile wiki software that functions entirely without a database. Easy to edit and boasting a strong library of plugins and themes, the uses of Dokuwiki can extend much further than those of a traditional wiki. Want a preview? Dokuwiki’s entire website is actually a Dokuwiki.
I present to you, hackers and gentlefolk, a true gem of a bundle: the DevKit.
Of course, each and every one of these tools is completely Open Source, and each and every tool uses shared internal LDAP authentication.
Together, these tools provide anyone the foundations of a development environment. Code and commit your work using the tried and true practices of Git with GitLab. Compile and test your project with the aid of Jenkins for immediate feedback as you progress. Communicate and collaborate internally using the fun and fluid Let’s Chat. Corroborate your ideas and document your creations and practices with your team and beyond thanks to Dokuwiki. Control all user accounts quickly and efficiently through LAM, allowing you to easily adjust your team as contributers come and go.
Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth is Bruce Wayne’s valet at Wayne Manor. He knows that Bruce is secretly Batman and aids him in every way imaginable. After a varied career, Alfred Pennyworth was employed as the Wayne family valet following the murder of Bruce Wayne’s parents. Alfred raised the young orphan alone, eventually aiding him in his quest to become Batman. His impressive skill-set makes him Bruce’s staunchest ally, boasting a formal demeanor that does little to hide the intelligence behind his eyes.
Jenkins is our Alfred Pennyworth.
Jenkins, originally named Hudson, is an amazing tool. I am not qualified to sing its praises, but I’m not the only one who wants to. To learn about the power of Jenkins, check out everything people use it for, live.
Following this tutorial, you will create an Ubuntu Trusty Tahr instance, pre-configured with LDAP, on it’s own network. This LDAP’s network (and another network of your choice) will be connected through a Neutron Router, allowing secure and private access to LDAP from your other instances.
As with our GitLab bundle, all of LDAP’s data will be stored in a dedicated volume capable of creating backups upon request.
By default, LDAP Account Manager (LAM) will also be running on the instance, accessible through HTTPS port 443 (automatically redirected from port 80). From LAM you will be able to modify your LDAP database quickly and efficiently through an interface intuitive even to those who have no idea what LDAP is.
Cloudwatt provides an update of the Ubuntu 12.04 distribution image with all the system and security updates available as of August 18.
For this eighth episode, we doubled back and prepared a classic: Tomcat 7.
For this seventh episode, we took on GitLab. GitLab is an awesome tool which brings the power and dexterity of applications such as BitBucket and GitHub to personal servers. It allows anyone to become master of their own remote Git repository, and control and view the modifications done to its projects by its users using GitLab’s sleek interface designed by its dedicated community.
Following this tutorial, you will create an Ubuntu Trusty Tahr instance, pre-configured with GitLab on https port 443 (automatically redirects from port 80). All of GitLab’s data will be stored in a dedicated volume tailored to your needs, capable of creating backups upon request. From GitLab’s integrated administration panel you will be able to tweak the privacy and various other settings of your GitLab instance to the slightest detail, giving you full reign on you and your team’s all-important Git experience.
The recommended version is 2.x or newer.
For Debian-based distributions, S3QL can be installed from official repositories with: