Projects are homeless - give them a chance with a housing project...
var council = ;// make a new housing project pointing to a JSON DB filevar project = council;// get a list of the servers in our current projectvar servers = project;// we are going to build some homes - get a contractor for the contractvar rackspace = council;// make a new home (with the default flavour)project;
$ npm install housingproject
- Creates an inventory of all your servers and manages it in a tree
- Plug-and-play contractor library means you are not locked into one hosting provider
- Automatically builds new servers and handles the security of SSH key access
Housing project exists to give orphan code the chance it deserves in life and to run in a nice new home build just for it. The project looks after what code is living in what home and can very quickly build new homes.
It exists to make the job of cloud server provisioning simples.
To run the test suite first invoke the following command within the repo, installing the development dependencies:
$ npm install
then run the tests:
$ make test
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