SaltStack

Oct 7, 2018
2011
Lehi, UT, USA
Feb 15, 2019   |  By Thomas Hatch
The window of time between the discovery of a security vulnerability and exploitation of that vulnerability is constantly shrinking. Enterprise security and IT operations teams are racing against the clock to protect their businesses against rapidly proliferating threats. The task is becoming more complex and the remediation window is shrinking.
Feb 12, 2019   |  By Mehul Revankar
Imagine taking a job as the manager of a pro baseball team and then learning that winning the World Series is the only acceptable outcome at the end of your first season. Not easy for sure. But what if you were required to field a baseball team comprised of only hockey and football players? Nearly impossible.
Feb 5, 2019   |  By Thomas Hatch
Salt uses a server-agent communication model, (though it works well as a standalone single-server management utility, and also provides the ability to run agentless over SSH). The server component is called the Salt master, and the agent is called the Salt minion. The Salt master is responsible for sending commands to Salt minions, and then aggregating and displaying the results of those commands.
Jan 28, 2019   |  By Thomas Hatch
Event-driven automation is one reason why SaltStack is unique and different compared to other systems management tools. I get out the whiteboard to explain the design of SaltStack event-driven architecture and share a few use cases that leverage the SaltStack Reactor and Beacons system. Watch this Salt Air episode to learn why SaltStack is intelligent IT automation.
Jan 25, 2019   |  By Marc Chenn
The third-annual Silicon Slopes Tech Summit opens Thursday in Salt Lake City. This globally recognized two-day summit includes many of the leading minds in technology and is the premier gathering of Utah’s tech industry. As a member of the Silicon Slopes executive board I’m very proud of what has been created by the Silicon Slopes team with substantial support from the Utah startup and tech community.
Oct 7, 2018   |  By SaltStack
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.
Feb 15, 2019   |  By SaltStack
The window of time between the discovery of a security vulnerability and exploitation of that vulnerability is constantly shrinking. Enterprise security and IT operations teams are racing against the clock to protect their businesses against rapidly moving threats.
Feb 4, 2019   |  By SaltStack
Salt uses a server-agent communication model, (though it works well as a standalone single-server management utility, and also provides the ability to run agentless over SSH). The server component is called the Salt master, and the agent is called the Salt minion. The Salt master is responsible for sending commands to Salt minions, and then aggregating and displaying the results of those commands.
Jan 23, 2019   |  By SaltStack
Event-driven automation is one reason why SaltStack is unique and different compared to other systems management tools. Tom takes to the whiteboard to explain the design of SaltStack event-driven architecture and shares a few use cases that leverage the SaltStack Reactor and Beacons system. Watch this Salt Air episode to learn why SaltStack is intelligent IT automation.
Jan 15, 2019   |  By SaltStack
SaltStack is used by network operations teams to manage everything from small IoT deployments to massive enterprise network infrastructures. Learn how the SaltStack event-driven approach to network automation using Salt Proxy Minion can help your team manage and secure your network fabric.
Jan 8, 2019   |  By SaltStack
Thomas Hatch, SaltStack CTO and creator of the Salt open source software project, explains the architecture of Salt and why SaltStack intelligent IT automation was built to be different than legacy systems management tools or contemporary configuration management tools.