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    @RubenFixit leave all the question and solutions you find on the way here.
    This way the community can participate and learn with you.

    Also this might be useful for hands-on doc for further interest in development.


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    Yup, we are also in DigitalOcean, AWS Markplace, Vultr as well. Time4VPS also has an image but it's outdated, unfortunately we don't control that image. If anyone knows other hosting providers where we should integrate let us know 😄 Even better if you have a contact in those providers...

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    In fact, I'm intending to start a thread on what I just said soon, just had a bunch of life stuff to balance.

    I'm all-in on promoting Cloudron though, too much on my mind to write now but I can see a bright future, and have some interesting possibilities to bring to the party at some point. Sorry, not intending to be a mystery post, just gotta focus on a fair bit of life stuff first.

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    @Buyanbat Just repeating some of the stuff here that I mentioned on chat, so it's useful for others.

    We used to have a Hosting provider edition back in 2019 but we don't have this anymore since we folded most of the features into the main edition itself.

    As a general rule, the easiest and recommended way if you are hoping multiple apps for clients is to just have separate cloudron installations for each customer. So install Cloudron into, etc. In general, if your service is "hands free" / "self service", meaning where the customer installs their own apps and uses the Cloudron dashboard themselves, this is the best option.

    If you are managing the Cloudron installation (and not the customer), there are other approaches:

    If you want to share one server across customers, then you can either add all the domains and then install apps into those domains. When installing apps, you can select "Let the app manage users" at installation time. Then you can add your customers inside the apps.

    Another option is to add customers in a group of their own and restrict each app to have access to a specific group. One catch with this approach is that Cloudron admin role have access to all apps. So just make sure your customers are not admins on Cloudron. For next Cloudron release (6.1), we will have a way by which you can make specific users as admins of specific apps.

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    Is anyone doing this yet?

    Seriously considering doing it myself! 🙂

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    @micmc Whoops, it seems we missed those mails somehow! I will reply to your email shortly.