Re: Getting to a Deployable Version of Fineract CN in the Cloud
Thanks for this follow-up email.
I was tied up last month but will continue working on the project this
As of now, the system can be deployed using docker and docker-compose
I will continue implementing the scripts requires to deploy it on GKE and
Azure using Kubernetes.
On Tue, Dec 4, 2018 at 3:39 PM Ed Cable <edcable@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As was evident in the struggles James faced in getting to a build (1) and
> the ever-growing thread on getting a public demo server of Fineract CN up
>  (still not brought to completion yet), it is very difficult to take the
> current set of microservices, build on top of them, and deploy into a
> production cloud environment. While it's possible and several companies in
> the ecosystem have done so, we need to reduce these barriers to entry and
> improve the overall initial experience so we can get more eyes on the new
> Isaac's cleanup of this on the How to Build wiki page  helps in some
> regards and is a step in the right direction.
> I'd like us to unite the various efforts in the community to help us get to
> providing a build of Fineract CN along with scripts to deploy in various
> cloud environments.
> I know that one partner in the community has been successfully deploying to
> Google Cloud, another to AWS, and we're also exploring deployment in Azure
> as well as converting Kubernetes scripts to make it deployable on top of
> OpenShift. Courage, through her Mifos GSOC project, also put a significant
> amount into containerizing Fineract CN 
> My goal with this thread is to have one common place to
> 1) Discuss the challenges/next steps currently faced.
> 2) Wrap up Courage's work and wrap up Aleks' work.
> 3) Address at a code level which and how the microservices need to demo the
> framework run - simplifying demo server. 
> 4) Consolidate discussion into a wiki page at
> 5) Work towards publishing of scripts to make Fineract CN deployable in
> different cloud environments
> I welcome the individuals from the organizations who have built up this
> knowledge to share it on this thread and will try to re-engage Ramesh to
> pick up where he left on his volunteer project on this topic 
> *Ed Cable*
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