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From Dan Davydov <dan.davy...@airbnb.com.INVALID>
Subject Re: Integration test env
Date Wed, 14 Dec 2016 19:11:58 GMT
This is extremely generous of you! I do agree with the approach of trying
to get funding from Apache and having shared resources (e.g. so that we
don't depend on any one company or individual for the uptime of the
integration environment, plus so we would have public cloud integration
potentially).

On Wed, Dec 14, 2016 at 1:22 AM, Bolke de Bruin <bdbruin@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have been thinking about an integration test environment. Aside from any
> technical requirements we need a place to do it. I am willing to offer a
> place in Lab env I am running or to fund an environment in AWS/GCloud if
> Apache cannot make these kind of resources available.
>
> If running in our Lab there is virtually no restriction what we could do,
> however I will hand select people who have access to this environment. I
> will also hold ultimate power to remove access from anyone. I even might
> ask for a confirmation that you will behave when using our property (don’t
> worry won’t cover it with legal wording). This is a IAAS service so we need
> to cover the things we need ourselves, but the upside is we can and it is
> free. We could setup a Gitlab instance that mirrors from Apache a kicks off
> runners to do testing. Downside 1) it might not be entirely Apache like.
> Sorry cant help that. 2) there is no guaranteed up time 3) I might need to
> remove it in the future e.g. when I change jobs for example :). 4) No
> public cloud integration, it’s a private stack after all.
>
> I can also fund on AWS/GCloud. Again, I probably want to have ultimate
> power on access to this environment - it’s my company’s money on the line
> after all. Major downside to this is that it is dependent on and limited by
> the budget I can make available. Upside is that it is not company property.
> Also I personally have less exposure to public cloud environments due to
> company restrictions.
>
> Are there any other options? Any thoughts?
>
> Bolke
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