[asterisk-users] Configuration management and update deployment - what do you use?
gmludo at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 11:57:36 CDT 2016
+10 for Ansible.
We use that on our production.
Ludovic Gasc (GMLudo)
2016-10-18 14:00 GMT+02:00 marek cervenka <cervajs2 at gmail.com>:
> Dne 18/10/2016 v 11:46 Duncan napsal(a):
> Hi All
>> We have about 15 different asterisk boxes around the place and on my list
>> has been automate deployment updates and keep a revision history. They are
>> mostly not publicly accessible, and external SIP access is closely
>> firewalled , so updates happen straight away when its something like
>> heartbleed, but take a while to trust/test new releases.
>> Our boxes are Ubuntu LTS - mostly 14.04 at the moment. We use Freebpx as
>> the configuration front end and so that tends to be a more manual update,
>> although there is an API we could use to keep things in step. We run
>> backups from freepbx and archive those as well as any specific asterisk
>> settings missed. At the moment our scale means manual is okay, but
>> automation would make it easier if the learning curve and new issues aren't
>> too high.
>> We compile asterisk from source as the packages aren't usually quite what
>> we want.
>> I was just curious how people deploy asterisk across multiple platforms
>> and keep them all up to date?
>> What tools are good for this sort of thing?
>> Thanks very much
>> Cheers Duncan
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