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Some Salt for that Heartbleed

Not much more needs to be said that hasn't already been said about Heartbleed. But we were pleased to watch how armies of system administrators utilized SaltStack to diagnose and remediate the impact of OpenSSL vulnerabilities in data centers around the world.

Not much more needs to be said that hasn't already been said about Heartbleed. But we were pleased to watch how armies of system administrators utilized SaltStack to diagnose and remediate the impact of OpenSSL vulnerabilities in data centers around the world.

SaltStack named a 2014 InfoWorld Tech of the Year

Paul Venezia of InfoWorld, said SaltStack is “designed for large-scale server environments,” and that “admins looking for a very complete, fast, reliable tool need look no further.”

Paul Venezia of InfoWorld, said SaltStack is “designed for large-scale server environments,” and that “admins looking for a very complete, fast, reliable tool need look no further.”

SaltStack is a Gartner "Cool Vendor in DevOps, 2013"

“One specific focus of DevOps for some IT organizations is the shift toward configuration as code.” Gartner, "Cool Vendors in DevOps, 2013," Ronni Colville, April 10, 2013.

“One specific focus of DevOps for some IT organizations is the shift toward configuration as code.” Gartner, "Cool Vendors in DevOps, 2013," Ronni Colville, April 10, 2013.


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Not much more needs to be said that hasn't already been said about Heartbleed. However, the SaltStack team was thrilled to watch how armies of system administrators and DevOps teams utilized SaltStack to diagnose and remediate the impact of OpenSSL vulnerabilities in data centers around the world.

SaltStack users are incredible, constantly contributing to the Salt project and sharing their learnings and code. During the last few months I’ve been tracking of some of the best SaltStack-related content and thought I’d provide a summary of the collection.

We are slowly but surely publishing SaltConf content to the social interwebs. It's kind of like SaltConf deja vu, but with low-budget videography and no speed skaters or curling rocks.

SaltStack is going to be at PyCon 2014!  OK, you probably already knew that. What you might not have heard is that we are going to be hosting a Salt Sprint on the first day of post-con sprints.

This is just a quick post about etcd support in Salt! Coming in the next release code-named Helium, we have introduced execution modules, returners and an external pillar for etcd.

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Tom Hatch provides an overview of the Salt 2014.1.0 (Hydrogen) release. Topics include: the Salt Cloud merge; new Salt Cloud support for Google Compute Engine, IBM Softlayer, and Windows Azure; Salt Virt enhancements; Salt support for managing Docker environments; integration with PagerDuty; BSD package management; Debian / Ubuntu network management; many more Salt tests; the release of the Salt proxy minion for network device management; and much, much more.

Event listings

This webinar and demo will highlight the genesis of SaltStack and its unique approach to data center automation.

SaltStack to demonstrate data center automation and machine orchestration at Knowledge14.

For the second year in a row, SaltStack has been invited to participate in the Rackspace Partnerpalooza event.

Register now for SaltStack Enterprise training in New York City from May 5-7.