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Announcing Covey (v0.1)!
A lightweight (or at least that's the goal) Linux cluster orchestration/management system.

Because there are no systems with a (web) GUI (that I could find) that can run on a Raspberry Pi or similar.

This doesn't have a GUI!
It's coming in the next week or so (hopefully).

The codebase is shit!
I know, I'm actively refactoring it (feel free to send a PR).

What is it written in?
Go, with Postgres as the database.

Can I use it?
Go ahead and try, it's currently more in the MVP stage then at the stage where I recommend you use it.

Do you know what you're doing?
Maybe... This is my first big project in Go, and the first time I've ever used SQL. So I'm learning as I go along.

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    Something about this doesn't sit right on me 🤔
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    @C0D4 I don't follow...
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    @chabad360 that kinda ruins the pun.
    But ok.
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    @C0D4 cov·ey /ˈkəvē/

    noun: covey; plural noun: coveys

    a small party or flock of birds, especially partridge.
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    I take it this is for your CaaB project?

    Whats the business angle on that if you dont mind me asking?

    It looks cool.
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    @Wisecrack CaaB may or may not become some sort of commercial product, at the moment it's just a project.

    Covey is meant to make cluster management/orchestration easy, and Rundeck will never run on SBC level hardware, so I needed to write my own thing...
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    @chabad360 I'm actually kinda excited. Might be useful for things such as orchestrating automation in warehouses which I get the impression has become a large business in and of itself. Oh so many cities and front-facing businesses are starting to lean on Automation and public-facing Technology.
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