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  1. Infrastructure
  2. INFRA-15273

VM request for migrating NetBeans web applications


    • Type: Project
    • Status: Waiting for Infra
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: VM
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      Synergy [1] is an essential TCM tool for NetBeans community testing programs (NetCATs) and since the days of current infrastructure hosting Synergy will come to an end in the foreseeable future we need to find a new home for Synergy. In addition to that we will also need to migrate our dashboard [2]. We provide answers for your required questions below. Please kindly review our request. Thank you very much.

      [1] http://services.netbeans.org/synergy/
      [2] http://services.netbeans.org/dashboard/
      1. Why do you need a dedicated vm?

      We don't have any hardware to host our critical web applications.

      2. Is login used in the projects application (HTTPS is mandatory for use of login)?

      Yes, we need authenticated users so we will love HTTPS protocol.

      3. Are any special ports required to be opened?

      No, we are modest. Just standard port for web communication will suffice.

      4. VM Resources:
         CPU cores (default is 1) - 1 CPU
         RAM (default is 1Gb) - 1 GB
         Disk (default is 20Gb) - 20 GB
         OS will be Ubuntu latest LTS release; currently 16.04 - last Ubuntu LTS
         Name (default is <project>-vm.a.o) - netbeans-vm.apache.org
         apache Id of project administrator - vriha

      5. Application resources:

      * MySQL
      * PHP
      * httpd (apache2)
      * Subversion
      * cron
      * DNS
      * backup of database and selected local folders


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                gmcdonald Gavin
                jkovalsky Jiří Kovalský
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