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Apr 3, 2020   |  By Robert Richardson
Even though IT operations now take advantage of highly adaptable platforms for their IT infrastructures, they struggle more than ever with environment drift. It’s easy for development teams to spin up new virtual servers and systems, but this just means that there is more “stuff” to maintain.
Apr 2, 2020   |  By Rhett Glauser
LEHI, Utah – April 2, 2020 – SaltStack, the creators of intelligent automation for IT operations and security teams, today announced Kuali, a leading developer of customer experience technology for higher education, is using SaltStack® event-driven infrastructure automation and configuration management in combination with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to deliver fully automated infrastructure as code to power an agile DevOps approach to product delivery.
Mar 25, 2020   |  By Rhett Glauser
LEHI, UTAH – March 24, 2020 – SaltStack®, the creators of intelligent automation for security operations and IT teams, today announced it has been named to the Women Tech Council’s (WTC) 2020 Shatter List. SaltStack was recognized for its leadership and efforts to accelerate the removal of the glass ceiling for women in the technology sector by enacting impactful programs and culture that foster inclusivity and promote women.
Mar 19, 2020   |  By Marc Chenn
The global information economy is leaning heavily on digital infrastructure with social distancing and remote work becoming the much-needed norm. All things considered, the digital services we often take for granted are performing incredibly well. As the CEO of SaltStack I have a unique appreciation and insight into what happens behind the scenes of your favorite digital entertainment service, or workplace collaboration tool, or crucial government and healthcare IT systems.
Mar 11, 2020   |  By Alex Peay
I just spent a week in San Francisco at RSA Conference 2020 as the cybersecurity industry rallied for what appears to have been the last large in-person tech conference to be held before we can figure out what to do about Coronavirus. SaltStack sponsored the conference again this year and, as always, it was a great opportunity to see the latest trends in the cybersecurity industry, talk with SecOps teams and practitioners, and hear from industry leaders.
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The paper outlines how SaltStack Enterprise software is unique compared to other systems management tools and how SaltStack Enterprise builds on Salt open source software to create the first enterprise-grade, event-driven automation platform for a software-defined world.
Mar 26, 2020   |  By SaltStack
Thomas Hatch and Paul Bailey are talking about the SaltStack Enterprise Scheduler in this episode of Salt Air.
Mar 19, 2020   |  By SaltStack
Bob Baker, SaltStack Senior Software Engineer is Tom's special guest on this episode of Salt Air. Bob is an expert in the field of Security Operations and he chats with Tom about using the SaltStack SecOps API to secure IT at scale. Security professionals are tasked with scanning and detecting vulnerabilities within an infrastructure and work with IT Operations to close them.
Mar 5, 2020   |  By SaltStack
Tom Hatch, SaltStack Co-Founder and creator of Salt talks about the difficulties of setting up an automation system that has high availability and failover. SaltStack Enterprise has the ability to utilize the multi-master arrangements that are available inside Salt. This makes it easy to take your existing highly available cluster and attach it cleanly, in the way you'd like to deploy it, into SaltStack Enterprise.
Feb 27, 2020   |  By SaltStack
Vulnerability Management is a vague term that's never been clearly defined. One of the biggest problems the tech industry is dealing with right now is the abundance of software out in the world that's out of date and has known vulnerabilities. Updating that software can be extremely complicated. Organizations may have to take down a website, stop taking payments online and there's always a risk of breaking a running system! So what can be done to safely update these systems? Tom and Dave have some SecOps ideas that can help.
Feb 20, 2020   |  By SaltStack
In this episode of Salt Air, Thomas Hatch talks about the origin of his open source program Salt and the thought process behind its creation.