Divvy is an easy to configure, easy to extend server provisioning framework written in Ruby.
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Divvy

Divvy is an easy to configure, easy to extend server provisioning framework written in Ruby.

I created this for use on a specific project and have not yet gotten around to documenting or testing it :)

Stay tuned.

Principals

Divvy was created to

- There is a difference between preparing a server and managing instances.
- Provisioning a server is more than just installing required software.
- Capistrano and Vlad are great for deployment, but are overkill for busting out SSH commands.
- Specific scripts should extend Divvy as necessary.

Credits

Divvy was created and currently maintained by Michael Dwan.

Inspiration came from Marcus Crafter's Sprinkle, Capistrano, Evan Petrie from Metromix, and several other scripts and frameworks I have attempted to use over the years.

Copyright

Copyright © 2009 Michael Dwan. See LICENSE for details.