Hello all, this is my first post and I need some expert help/advice.
We are installing Spacewalk on AWS instances and we want to use S3 buckets to manage cases when Spacewalk is down. Basically we have an AWS account for each environment (Dev, Test and Prod) and Spacewalk will be installed on a Shared env and we want to synchronise Spacewalk packages to the corresponding S3 bucket, 1 for each account. Ideally we want the client to register to Spacewalk to a specific sub-channel, but get the packages from S3 instead. Has anyone done something like this, any advice? Is it worth it? Thanks in advance -- The above terms reflect a potential business arrangement, are provided solely as a basis for further discussion, and are not intended to be and do not constitute a legally binding obligation. No legally binding obligations will be created, implied, or inferred until an agreement in final form is executed in writing by all parties involved. This email may be confidential or privileged. If you received this communication by mistake, please don't forward it to anyone else, please erase all copies and attachments, and please let us know that it has gone to the wrong person. Cloudreach Europe Limited is registered in England and Wales with the registered office at Saffron House, 6-10 Kirby Street, London, EC1N 8TS and registration number 06975407.
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