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Hello there Cameyo  Team,

 

This message is to try to help Cameyo improve for the future.

 

There is , it seems , an almost, straight forward , dissparity---- with

regard to actually deploying "published apps" while not mistakenly

destroying (userlands) own private server.?

 

 

As Cameyo there will know, dues to the countless experience they have of oceans of time with their own service, deploying servers is not an issue for Cam. (workforce)

 

Here However, it is far too simple to accidentally loose a complete

array of your published apps for users. THis indeed can have taken a great deal of effort to initially create.....but it's far to simple for it to be lost.

Please  ensure that you are managing services for your servers and that they

are streamlined.......streamlined towards a novice users perspective. 

 

Luckily, and it's perhaps a  combination of Luck(s), the above problem encountered........has somehwhat been given a remedy  (done here).

 

 

 Approx 1 hours of effort. To completely rebuild a cloud server

(private) .  This , however, does NOT include the huge efffort

in replacing the LISTED APPS.

 

Your guest grace provisions are .....very severe ........in the sense

of novice user awareness, time-outs, locks,  validations, verify's,

Tests, give details, give more random qualifications........etc etc etc etc

 

Why...?.....because isn't it the case that WE are the admins of that PRIVATE server?

Rights. ?...  (rights are ours )  

 

 

Your provisions, while LIVE....... indeed do work......but  there needs to be safeguards for loss........and of the scenarios as mentioned above.

Yours , regards,

 

S



-- Edited by super-ford on Monday 11th of September 2017 05:50:22 AM

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You are indeed an admin of your own cloud server. However, that cloud server is built upon our own cloud account. We do this in order to save you from having to create your own cloud account (Azure, AWS, Google Cloud).
Therefore when users install on these cloud servers viruses / bitcoin miners or abuse in any way those servers, it is our own cloud identity which is compromised. So it's only normal that we ask for identity check (unless you are a paying user of course). Any cloud provider would do the same.

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Hello Cam Team,



To be honest, the validations isn't the focus of the thread. It's that simply by innocently re-publishing my listed "cloud server" apps, it completely destroyed the server. (Down to your re-deploy level).

Thereby loosing all of listing of the apps that have uploaded and a lot of effort.

Thats not robust, in userland, persee' ...............O___0................


S



-- Edited by super-ford on Tuesday 12th of September 2017 06:34:08 PM

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