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DivineCloud is a Powerful DevOps Tool for Simplifying daily chores of operations management including, Application Deployments & Hybrid Cloud Management. Our users are using DivineCloud daily for managing their company servers located across public clouds & private data centers.
DivineCloud (Community Edition) can be installed in matter of minutes on your laptop or separate server, and used right away to start accessing & managing 100's of servers in parallel in no time.
DivineCloud can be used to manage anywhere from 10's of servers to 1000's of server distributed across hybrid cloud environment.
All that is need is SSH access to those linux servers, for DivineCloud to be able to connect and execute commands or deploy applications on those servers.
Yes. DivineCloud supports multiple environments (Dev, QA, Stage, Prod.) management using the single control panel.
Users can group servers by allocating them to different stacks according to their environments. This makes it extremely easy for customers to select servers according to their environment when executing different commands and deployment scripts.
Alternate approach would be to consider each environment as different tenant, and acheive complete isolation between each of the environments.
Barring overlap of few features, DivineCloud can very much be used either on its own or along side other cloud management products including Chef and Puppet.
DivineCloud can be used to manage servers located in any public cloud or private data centers.
There are few public cloud providers, that DivineCloud has good integration with to make it seamless to on-board all the server details into DivineCloud. The names of these cloud provider includes: AWS, Digital Ocean, Google Cloud Platform, Rackspace.
Even if your cloud provider name is not in the above list, you can still manage the servers located in those cloud, with one minor additional step of on-boarding the servers (IP & credentials details) from that cloud.
Both the products are only different in the way they are installed. From feature perspective both have same set of features.
Personal Edition is ideal for installing DivineCloud for individual use on personal laptop. Can be installed to user laptop in matter of few minutes.
Server Edition is ideal for installing DivineCloud on a separate server, and can be shared by multiple DevOps team members.
We highly appreciate any contributions to the RunBook repository. The RunBook Repository is located on GitHub at: https://github.com/divinecloud/RunBooks
You can follow the standard GitHub procedure to add new RunBook pull requests or you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can add RunBooks on your behalf.
Please Note: Each RunBook has to be thoroughly reviewed and tested before being made available to the larger DivineCloud community.
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