Salt is ending a journey that started three years ago with the first pull request to add support for PyTest.
Salt 3001 Sodium is live! Our gratitude goes to community members who contributed to this release & we highlight what we’ve accomplished.
Salt doesn’t change simply for the sake of change. Rather, we’re making this change because most of Salt’s dependencies have dropped Python 2
With the Sodium release, SaltStack is joining the ranks of packages dropping Python 2 support, which, has been a great platform for years.
Last week a critical vulnerability was discovered affecting Salt Master versions 2019.2.3 and 3000.1 and earlier. SaltStack customers and Salt users who have followed fundamental internet security guidelines and best practices are not affected by this vulnerability. &...
Thank you all for your continued support, collaboration and camaraderie as we work together to address these critical CVEs (CVE-2020-11651 and CVE-2020-11652,) and ensure your Salt environments are secure. ...
I wanted to share some best practices that have served me well in the implementation and maintenance of a Salt environment.
Collaborating as a Community. A few months back we collectively began a concerted effort to improve our operation as a Salt community.
More content and activities are planned for the Salt community at SaltConf19 than ever before. Read this blog post to learn how to get involved.