Installation of ODOO
ODOO can be installed on your own server or hosted. At the start of the project will be realized an installation of ODOO.
On own server
ODOO can be fully installed on your own server. The minimum requirements are this:
|RAM||harddisk||CPU||Max IOPS||Free Traffic|
|4GB||32GB||3 Cores||600||1000 GB / month.|
ODOO may also be hosted. This can be done by a private provider as a hosting managed by B-informed environment. The system can optionally run and managed by B-informed on Cloud VPS, high availability Cloud Solutions. This is called OpenStack Server (highly flexible and scalable). Through a Data guarantee agreement, the ownership of all data will remain in full by the customer. The servers are located in a data center in Amsterdam.
When installing an automatic backup procedure is arranged, which makes a daily backup to another external data center in the Netherlands.
The implementation process will be furnished a DTAP street. For arranging the DTAP street B-informed uses the guidelines as shown below. It will be structured as follows:
The DTAP street runs the line of development from left to right and the data line from right to left. This of course with versioning based on release dates.
For the source code and module development using B-informed Gitlab. The source code of all developments are fully available to the client.
For the registration and management of Bug's Issues, Features, Actions and Planning makes B-informed use of redmine. This area is accessible all those directly involved in the project. Also, this environment is used for support.
On the basis of the PID and the business process is a functional area defined a functional design. This is done on the basis of the standard templates of B-informed wherein the default functionality in ODOO has been recorded. This allows a quick and clear picture of the needs, desires and fit-gap are determined on detail level.
The course of the procedure as follows:
Components in Functional Design are:
- Process Flow and approval matrix
- Parameters and settings
- To develop functionality
- Layouts and print mails