Anyone here ever heard of Co-op cloud?
Co-op Cloud is a software stack that aims to make hosting libre software applications simple for small service providers such as tech co-operatives who are looking to standardise around an open, transparent and scalable infrastructure. It uses the latest container technologies and configurations are shared into the commons for the benefit of all.
Curious to hear what people think of the way it is build and it works vis-a-vis the way YNH works.
Nice of them to delve into the strengths and weaknesses of different platforms.
Then again, for who is it a disadvantage to have a home server platform that is not intended for use by hosting providers? Not in defense of perceived shortcomings, or to attack critique!
Friend-to-friend by the way, would be really cool for horizontal scaling
I think this comparative describe yunohost philosophy pretty much well. Of course i have some details to add, but it’s a good synthesis
Do you think those communities think they are not allowed to participate to this package ?
For me the true reasons is they doesn’t want to spent time on packaging for x packaging format. So they do a docker image and that’s it. However, we already have demonstrate that a generic container image could’nt feet several needs (like SSO integration, complexe backup policies or specific configuration panel).
I agree with them. YunoHost is not really made to be scaled over 500+ (maybe 1000) ynh accounts (with apps). Some things could be improved, some others won’t be. We are on a mono machine strategy, with all limitations that implied.
I think it’s false. YunoHost is not intended to be use to made Saas scalable services. But YunoHost is totally open to the idea of server provider preinstalling YunoHost. SOme of them scaleway, ikoula, ARN, or other providers has already integrated YunoHost on a part of their offers…
It’s a bit sad to not have libre.sh, sandstorm, ispconfig, freenas, plesk, umbrel and others.