VIFIB DESCENTRALIZED CLOUD COMPUTING

SlapOS is a decentralized Cloud Computing technology that can automate the deployment and configuration of applications in a heterogeneous environment.

SlapOS supports IaaS, PaaS and SaaS applications. SlapOS handles the provisioning of application instances with accounting and billing modules.

SlapOS also provides a portal and interface to handle customer registration, support request, invoicing and payment actions.

If you run more than 20 instances of the same application or operate more than 10 servers, SlapOS is for you.

It helps you to turn any software application into a solid SaaS in less than a week.

Entrepreneurs and software publishers can quickly create proprietary SaaS solutions for vertical markets or for domain specific applications.

Latest Documents

08-12 2016

How To Request an ERP5 Instance on a SlapOS Webrunner

Instructions on installing an ERP5 instance via SlapOS webrunner for learning or working with ERP5.
08-12 2016

Requesting a Webrunner with ERP5 - ERP5 Interface

Production ready ERP5 Interface
08-12 2016

Requesting a Webrunner with ERP5 - Add an ERP5 Site

Adding an ERP5 Site through the Zope Management Interface
08-12 2016

Latest Discussions

04-11 2016

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16-09 2016

Re: How to add multiple SSH keys to authorized_keys in webrunner by Alain Takoudjou

Hi, Sorry for response delay.  I checked the problem and I couldn't reproduce the bug on webrunner version 1.0.33. I was able to add a second key. Are you using the latest version of webrunner ? To add multiple SSH keys to webrunner, you must edit your instance parameters and put the second key like bellow. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <instance>     <parameter id="user-authorized-key">ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEAu3Rhn+Xzmf//bevX5zqUknA95Q30x61xtBhndH40xx2wFB9EjJ2N3NYBm+kpi3c1trLOKqMIxNxtkTaq5x4u29UTGhcuPVAHo7SlFq1FvJcttniWjjXjp65BzCyecwP4HjS8kbC3byRqc++sHuK6U2LRZP91Wo+D8B+c6b16QpJlGiOZB01oDxPigegq/F2ONi9UDet776+T7Ir8ncEFRZh/s9Dq7Wh4F5ZDKLpBtMYxgObnJp/uBER8J8nHEeRVc8wRwsHRQVY7wiIhH5KNm38F7tA9mjKgj6neaSRNGJFxLwfnGEFE61z474IUim8bQLChG3xiNCtWNxQULN4qSJAyjI38DprivWU6EipyLt/7fP05t75TT chronos@localhostsh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEAu3Rhn+Xzmf//bevX5zqUknA95Q30x61xtBhndH40xx2wFB9EjJ2N3NYBm+kpi3c1trLOKqMIxNxtkTaq5x4u29UTGhcuPVAHo7SlFq1FvJcttniWjjXjp65BzCyecwP4HjS8kbC3byRqc++sHuK6U2LRZP91Wo+D8B+c6b16QpJlGiOZB01oDxPigegq/F2ONi9UDet776+T7Ir8ncEFRZh/s9Dq7Wh4F5ZDKLpBtMYxgObnJp/uBER8J8nHEeRVc8wRwsHRQVY7wiIhH5KNm38F7tA9mjKgj6neaSRNGJFxLwfnGEFE61z474IUim8bQLChG3xiNCtWNxQULN4qSJAyjI38DprivWU6EipyLt/7fP05t75TT chronos@localhost</parameter> </instance> Did you tried like this ?  The git tab of webrunner  show generated ssh pubic key which can be used to connect to Git repository using ssh. There is no way to change that one. If you want to connect to your webrunner using ssh, you should set you public key as parameter to the instance. Regards, Alain Takoudjou 
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