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From Johs Ensby <>
Subject Re: CouchDB on DigitalOcean
Date Sat, 19 Dec 2015 19:44:40 GMT
Bill & Clemens,
to have a sharable CouchDB server image on DO is what I have been looking at, too.

Wrote an article while working on this compareing AWS AMI or DigitalOcean, and intended to
continuou as soon as 2-0 /1.7 is here <>

The idea of doing build for each server is old fasion, the CouchDB server should be a server
DO is the simple version of AWS when it comes to these things


> On 19. des. 2015, at 20.09, William Edney <> wrote:
> Clemens -
> You seem to be focusing, with your previous postings about an official
> Docker image and now about a Digital Ocean image, on making CouchDB as fast
> and easy to run up as possible. Other products have this and I see easy
> setup/one-click installs, etc. etc. as critical to getting people to try
> things. Developers these days don't want to spend time installing and
> configuring software, so Docker, DO images, etc. are absolutely the way to
> go!
> Therefore, I see your effort here as most welcome and definitely not
> wasted. I don't know anyone at DO, but I do know folks that use their
> service and love it.
> Thanks for your interest and effort in this area.
> Cheers,
> - Bill
> On Sat, Dec 19, 2015 at 10:53 AM, Clemens Stolle <
>> wrote:
>> Hey there,
>> yesterday, Jan said something like „sweet, 0 to CouchDB cluster in 120
>> seconds“ on IRC. That got me thinking.
>> Currently there is no pure CouchDB SaaS offering (at least that I’m aware
>> of). Don’t worry, I’m not proposing we’d build something like that. ;)
>> It would be pretty sweet though, if we were able to offer a DigitalOcean
>> image (or "one-click app“ as they call it). That'd get us from 0 to CouchDB
>> in 55s. :D
>> Is that something the community would be interested in?
>> DO is arguably the easiest VPS provider and really popular in the
>> developer community. It would also benefit projects like PouchDB, because
>> interested users could easily spin up an instance and test out that whole
>> replication/syncing miracle. Also MongoDB, Redis and others are already
>> present on DO.
>> I have no idea you we’d go about doing that, though. Does anyone know
>> folks at DO?
>> Cheers,
>> Clemens

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