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Nov 30, 2018 | By Nils Christian Roscher-Nielsen
CFEngine 3.12.1 LTS has now been released. This release brings many stability and performance improvements to the 3.12 LTS series. It is a stable and well-tested version of CFEngine. We wish to extend a big thanks to the ecosystem that helps make CFEngine great by reporting bugs, contributing fixes and suggesting new and improved functionality. Without you, CFEngine would not be the powerful, high performance, widely used product we all appreciate today!
Nov 23, 2018 | By Nils Christian Roscher-Nielsen
Today we are very happy to announce the release of CFEngine 3.13.0. This is a non-LTS release, introducing new features and functionality. There is a lot happening with CFEngine these days! This release is closely following last weeks release of CFEngine 3.10.5 LTS, and soon we will also release the next patch version of our 3.12 LTS series. So keep following our updates!
Nov 19, 2018 | By Nick Anderson
How do you deal with config files that need different settings based on various services that are running on a host and cooperate with other teams? It’s a common question, and it came up on in #cfengine on irc.freenode.net recently. The issue is that team A might be working on package A, which requires some environment variables set. But team B might be working on a totally different thing — and want to achieve the same thing.
Nov 16, 2018 | By Nils Christian Roscher-Nielsen
Today we are very happy to announce the maintenance release of CFEngine 3.10.5. This is an update to the LTS 3.10 series, adding improved stability, several bug fixes and increased performance. 3.10 LTS is the successor of 3.7 LTS that, since August 2018, is no longer supported. We recommend everyone still using CFEngine 3.7 to upgrade to either 3.10 or 3.12. We are available to support you with such an upgrade if you need it.
Sep 20, 2018 | By Bas Van der Vlies
At SURFsara we use CFEngine on our National Compute Cluster (LISA) and other systems as our configuration management tool. With the release of CFEngine 3.12 I want to highlight 2 new features, namely: missing_ok, multiple augments.
Aug 11, 2014 | By CFEngine
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