[Review Queue] Zend Server
sebas5384 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 13 19:05:09 UTC 2014
Yeah sure! this is really a thing that I would love to have a good
discussion about, thanks!
This could be an issue to low the complexity and a good experience when
orchestrating topologies using the Juju charm Store, and also charm
developers to extend and create new charms.
So we could say that I'm favor to making the "extending" process a good
experience, so we can focus efforts of making a charm better like Zen
Server or LAMP in less charms to choose.
2014-11-13 15:22 GMT-02:00 Charles Butler <charles.butler at canonical.com>:
> Hey Sebas,
> The short answer to this is: We haven't settled on it as there are perks
> and negatives to each approach.
> We've given some talk to this, and our current thoughts would be to shift
> some of the application specific charms that would benefit from utilizing
> Zend-Server as a subordinate. That's not 100% ideal in all cases, as
> scaling the zend-server would replicate all the attached subordinates
> (which works, but requires deploying multiple zend-server instances per
> application stack)- but we're open to kicking this discussion forward.
> Would it benefit you to do a QA and Discovery session on this? I can get
> one setup on the calendar and invite other community members to attend to
> do feedback aggregation / brainstorming.
> All the best,
> On Thu, Nov 13, 2014 at 11:36 AM, Sebastian <sebas5384 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey Matt!
>> Thanks for reviewing this charm, but I wonder if there some example of
>> how to use it in a real use of case with an existing PHP project. Would it
>> be really helpful to start using it.
>> And also, talking about charms for LAMP stacks, how we can relate it with
>> charms like Drupal or CakePHP where they have a LAMP built in. I'm always
>> hunted by the thought of being duplicating code into the charms.
>> 2014-11-13 12:58 GMT-02:00 Matt Bruzek <matthew.bruzek at canonical.com>:
>>> I spent some time reviewing the Zend Server charm yesterday. This charm
>>> was written by our partners at Zend and was used in a recent Turbo LAMP
>>> stack demo.
>>> The charm code contained tests which were really helpful to test it on
>>> the environments such as Power 8, and HP-cloud. All the tests passed and
>>> the charm passed the Charm Store review criteria!
>>> It is my pleasure to introduce the zend-server charm to the Juju
>>> ecosystem. http://manage.jujucharms.com/charms/trusty/zend-server
>>> - Matt Bruzek <matthew.bruzek at canonical.com>
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