OpenStack module for WHMCS

Discussion in 'Hosting Talk & Reviews' started by ModulesGarden, Feb 27, 2014.

  1. ModulesGarden

    ModulesGarden Member

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    Today ModulesGarden started the work on the module that has won our Modules Contest, a contest where everyone were able to vote and choose which module we should create and release.

    OpenStack module for WHMCS received 38% of votes and therefore has won the contest!

    This module will handle provisioning of user accounts over OpenStack with integrated resource usage billing!

    We expect the module to be ready within about 1 month.
     
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  2. rapidnode

    rapidnode New Member Verified Provider

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    Interesting! Any chance you will port it to Blesta as well?
     
  3. Coastercraze

    Coastercraze Top Thrill Verified Provider

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    I would say no as they did some deal with WHMCS... which is a shame really cause I think Blesta has more potential.
     
  4. ModulesGarden

    ModulesGarden Member

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    Indeed, currently we are unable to port the module to Blesta, but we do not say never.
     
  5. Virtovo

    Virtovo New Member Verified Provider

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    Is this because you've made an agreement with WHMCS or because there is not enough of a market to justify the development?
     
  6. ModulesGarden

    ModulesGarden Member

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    We have an agreement with WHMCS.
     
  7. Virtovo

    Virtovo New Member Verified Provider

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    Such a shame.  Does this prevent you from doing private development of Blesta modules?
     
  8. ModulesGarden

    ModulesGarden Member

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    Unfortunately yes Virtovo.
     
  9. SkylarM

    SkylarM Well-Known Member Verified Provider

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    Doesn't stop someone from buying the "open source" version of it and porting it over though.