Getting Started with Atomist

Get up and running with Atomist in minutes. There is nothing to install — just create your free account, and off you go. We use your GitHub ID for login, and then you'll be prompted to authorize Atomist to sign in. In this video, we guide you through the set of steps, and by the end, you'll be ready to connect to your desired integrations and configure your first automation.

Intro to Skills | GitHub Integration

The GitHub integration configures GitHub to send Atomist code repository events, things like pushes and changes to issues and pull requests. It also lets the automations (called skills) you enable to do things like merge pull requests, create issues, and lint code. In this video, we'll show you step-by-step how to enable the GitHub integration and connect to your desired repos. By the end, you'll be ready to configure your first skill.

Intro to Skills | Slack Integration

Atomist has a powerful Slack integration to help your team leverage the power of ChatOps. The Slack integration installs the Atomist Bot into your Slack workspace, allowing Atomist to send messages and receive commands in Slack. In this video, we'll walk you through enabling the Atomist Slack integration, and then we'll show you how to link Slack channels to your code repositories, effectively. By the end, you'll be ready to configure your first automation.

CFEngine 3.16 - Compliance

Today we announce the newest additions to CFEngine. CFEngine 3.16 brings several improvements, bug fixes, and new features. The theme for this release has been compliance, and it notably includes a new category of reports for proving compliance to regulation and other compliance frameworks in high level, easy to read reports. If you are interested to learn more about CFEngine, schedule training, or hear about pricing options, feel free to reach out to us!


How Automation Benefits IT Operations: Good Automation Things Come in Threes

IT professionals talk about automation… sometimes ad nauseum. We generally understand its value, even if we’re tribally divided by the specifics of its application. For civilians, automation is a catch-all for using technology to wield skills and abilities outside their experience (like placing an order through a complex infrastructure) and access the world of vendors and goods they wouldn’t have time to connect with on their own.

Getting Started with Resolve Automation and MS Teams integration

In this short video, Rob Kelsall and Brent Hunter explain how organizations can quickly take advantage of integration between Resolve Actions (automation) and MS Teams to introduce chat ops in their organization to better support end users. This example explores a simple integration , that enables services offerings, and workflows created in Resolve to be exposed via a Resolve virtual agent (application) within the Teams platform.

How CFEngine stays ahead of the pack

CFEngine was the first Configuration Management solution on the market, and while we have made many and significant changes and improvements to CFEngine in that time, we stay true to the principles that make it such a great product and technology. There are many things that have changed in the market, not at least the competitive situation, we believe that fundamentally many of the challenges stay the same. It then follows that good architecture should not be sacrificed for short term hype.

Kelverion: Optimizing Runbook Performance

By default, each Orchestrator Runbook Server is configured to simultaneously run a maximum of 50 runbooks. This is to control the CPU and Memory load placed on the Orchestrator Runbook Server by executing Runbooks. You can change this number by using the Runbook Server Runbook Throttling tool. In most cases, you can increase the default setting. If Orchestrator has a number of Runbooks with high CPU or Memory resource requirements, you might run fewer Runbooks simultaneously.