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Create, fork and deploy server configurations easily.

Manageacloud is a configuration management solution. We offer pre-configured server configurations that anyone can create, test and fork. Users work with the Sysadmin IDE, a web based tool that allows the customisation of low-level server configurations from the web browser.

by: Manage a CloudSeptember 29, 2014Visit site

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    I have been looking at configuration management tools such as puppet and vagrant to help manage my Digital Ocean accounts. The best feature of Manageacloud, in my opinion, is the ability to deploy a test server to quickly test configurations and changes without having to deploy to any of your own accounts. Add to this other features such as automatic git tracking of your changes and a simple web based user interface, and you have not just a configuration management tool but a tool that beautifully orchestrates the top breed configuration tools into one simple to use interface.

    It’s an easy and configurable tool for managing systems that avoid all the complexity of tools like Puppet and let the user configure systems in a really fast way without problems. It’s worth trying this tool.

    We live interesting times, the server management using tools such as puppet, chef, docker has open endless possibilities… and endless problems, it is quite hard to keep up with every-possible-technology, so tools like manageacloud are definitely a plus, an effective way to keep your configuration up to date while using state of the art technologies, definitely a good tool.

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