Learn more about the future of infrastructure automation with the new Salt 3000 release. Engage with the Salt open source community now.
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.
The Salt 2019.2.0 release delivers substantial new features including network automation capabilities and integrations with Ansible, Terraform, and Docker.
If you're hesitant to register for SaltConf18, here are 5 reasons why this is the place to be for the ultimate in Salt software knowledge.
Codenamed Salt Oxygen, the Salt 2018.3.0 release is available & provides even more intelligent, event-driven automation for all the software-defined things.
SCaLE 16x will be held this week at the Pasadena Convention Center & SaltStack is proud to be a sponsor. Visit booth 526 for SaltStack swag
SaltStack provides event-driven security automation for Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities to help IT organizations secure complex infrastructure.
SaltConf17, the fourth annual SaltStack global user conference, returns to Salt Lake City, Oct. 31 - Nov. 3, 2017. Register for SaltConf17.
With PyCon 2017 coming up, we thought this would be a good time to profile Anthony Shaw, a prolific Salt, Apache Libcloud and open source contributor.
The Salt open source community is comprised of diverse contributors. This blog series profiles a new & notable Salt contributor Jorge Schrauwen.