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  Zenoss on RHEL

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Type Partner
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Raised 2010/08/12 03:43
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   admin
   new
   2010/08/12 03:43

John,

Further to our conversation at Splash, I'm keen to distribute our Zenoss RPM stack via RHEL on a commercial basis.  By that, I mean that the brand recognition and sales and marketing machine of Red Hat will get Zenoss (Inc.) and my business much further than I can do so myself - and of course, you'll benefit from RHEL licence sales.

I guess it's our challence to discover how to make this possible ...

Firstly, the SRPM's I need to build are at http://build.last-bastion.net/RPMBuilders/10/SRPMS/BastionLinux. ; There are ~650 SRPM's here, of which around half are necessary for Zope/Zenoss, a quarter for Plone (which would promote my Plone4Zenoss initiative within the Zenoss community), and the other quarter my proprietry Project/Programme management and Small Business financial accounting portal software.  I would think that there will be up to 800 RPM's generated and necessary to deploy the Zope/Zenoss/Plone stack.  This is fantastic because clearly this represents enough complexity for an organisation to invest in RHEL/Zenoss (and commercial Plone).   Note that presently this software is built against BastionLinux core which is simply a local recompile of Fedora Core 10 (the provenance of everything is quite obvious via the above URL) and will trivially build against an RHEL koji/hive environment.

My target outcome for this is essentially what I have on BastionLinux: subscribing to http://linux.last-bastion.net/LBN/up2date/plope/10 and http://linux.last-bastion.net/LBN/up2date/monitor/10 channels get's you a hardened enterprise Zenoss installation (and at price-points set by us).  BTW, these BastionLinux channels understand up2date/yum/rug/Red Carpet/zypper.

The million dollar question is exactly how do we get there?

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