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6 points by vijaytsr 1780 days ago | hide | past | web | 6 comments | favorite
Hello Folks, We have just released CloudMunch Developer Edition. This is an application to deploy your application from a GitHub repo to AWS. We would appreciate your thoughts and feedback on the application. Thank you.

Links: http://www.cloudmunch.com/developers




@nanijoe My response to your first comment

CloudMunch Developer edition (Beta) will currently provide you the following. Please note this is free to use. You will pay only for the AWS infrastructure you consume. 1. A history of your builds 2. A build repository to store older builds and deploy them if required 3. A deployment history 4. A template for build orchestration to perform code analysis, e.g. PMD, code visualization (TBA) 5. Scheduled deployments - on-click, daily or weekly 6. Seamless connection between GitHub and AWS using your GitHub id

We plan to add some features based on our thoughts and your feedback. I hope this answers your questions.


Its not clear to me what your value proposition is, or what I would be paying you guys a monthly fee for. If I use Elastic Beanstalk, I can deploy with a simple git push, and I can manage AWS directly myself. What do you guys do to make this easier?


CloudMunch Developer edition (Beta) will currently provide you the following. Please note this is free to use. You will pay only for the AWS infrastructure you consume. 1. A history of your builds 2. A build repository to store older builds and deploy them if required 3. A deployment history 4. A template for build orchestration to perform code analysis, e.g. PMD, code visualization (TBA) 5. Scheduled deployments - on-click, daily or weekly 6. Seamless connection between GitHub and AWS using your GitHub id

  We plan to add some features based on our thoughts and your feedback. I hope this answers your questions.


vijay, I don't know why your reply shows up as 'dead but it does..You guys should seriously re-evaluate your value prop, cos I can already do the first 3 things you mentioned with Elastic Beanstalk, and I don't care about the last 3. Maybe provide an abstraction layer like heroku does?


Thanks for the feedback. Will re-look at our value prop and the comment issue.


@nanijoe Thanks for the feedback. Will re-look at our value prop and the comment issue.




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