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About Salt Stack

About Salt Stack
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Salt Stack Home DevOps Dojo DevOps Team Culture The principles, or kun, that guide martial arts dojos are the same principles at the heart of a thriving DevOps culture: Strive for the perfection of character. In the DevOps Dojo we'll exchange ideas for living these values and cultivating cross-team cooperation. DevOps Technical Practices Adopting a tool or technology does not a DevOps organization make. Automation means trading institutional knowledge and printed documentation for versionable, shareable code. In the DevOps Dojo we'll discuss technical practices to consider, and share links to deep-dives from around the web.

oVirt Puppet Labs: IT Automation Software for System Administrators OpenShift by Red Hat Continuous Integration & Build Server - Bamboo Better CI/CD Software teams in every industry are upgrading their continuous integration and delivery pipeline with Bamboo. Easy build import from popular open source tools and native support for Git, Hg, and SVN means you'll be building and deploying like a champ. Dev + Ops We're familiar with the DevOps philosophy and have you covered! Jenkins importer Teams migrating from Jenkins can import builds into Bamboo, slashing the transition time. Get the Jenkins vs. Full SCM Support In addition to Git, Bamboo hooks into SVN, Mercurial, Perforce, CVS, and repositories in Bitbucket and Fisheye. Git Bamboo alleviates the pain found at the intersection of continuous integration (CI) and distributed version control systems like Git and Mercurial. Continuous Learning With a variety of training, best practices, and support resources, help is never far away.

About Apache CloudStack Apache CloudStack is a top-level project of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). The project develops open source software for deploying public and private Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) clouds. CloudStack provides an open and flexible cloud orchestration platform to deliver reliable and scalable private and public clouds. Apache CloudStack is a Java-based project that provides a management server and agents (if needed) for hypervisor hosts so that you can run an IaaS cloud. In short, organizations can use Apache CloudStack to deploy a full-featured public or private IaaS cloud. Apache projects are managed by a Project Management Committee (PMC), and much of the work is done by the project's committers. The current Vice President of Apache CloudStack and chair of the PMC is Chip Childers, a full list of PMC members and contributors is available on the page Who We Are.

Puppet Open Source: IT Automation Software for System Administrators Puppet Open Source is a flexible, customizable framework available under the Apache 2.0 license designed to help system administrators automate the many repetitive tasks they regularly perform. As a declarative, model-based approach to IT automation, it lets you define the desired state - or the “what” - of your infrastructure using the Puppet configuration language. Once these configurations are deployed, Puppet automatically installs the necessary packages and starts the related services, and then regularly enforces the desired state. In automating the mundane, Puppet frees you to work on more challenging projects with higher business impact. Puppet Open Source is the underlying technology for Puppet Enterprise and runs on all major Linux distributions, major Unix platforms like Solaris, HP-UX, and AIX, and Microsoft Windows. Getting Puppet There are several different ways to get Puppet Open Source: Community Learn More MCollective Project

About Vagrant - Vagrant Vagrant is a tool for building complete development environments. With an easy-to-use workflow and focus on automation, Vagrant lowers development environment setup time, increases development/production parity, and makes the "works on my machine" excuse a relic of the past. Vagrant was started in January 2010 by Mitchell Hashimoto. For almost three years, Vagrant was a side-project for Mitchell, a project that he worked on in his free hours after his full time job. In November 2012, HashiCorp was formed by Mitchell to back the development of Vagrant full time. Vagrant remains and always will be a liberally licensed open source project.

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