Posts Tagged ‘ Puppet Labs ’

How DevOps Can Help Automate the Pain Away

September 2, 2013
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devops2

I spent two days at PuppetConf 2013 in San Francisco this week, and the common themes were automate everything, monitor everything, provide feedback early in the process, and focus on culture. All four of those topics aligned with the DevOps movement, with the goal of faster and more reliable deliveries. Companies that can deliver software…

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SDDC Automation and Orchestration

June 11, 2013
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DataCenterVirtualization

The Orchestration and Automation layer of the Software Defined Data Center is where the benefits of the SDDC is translated are translated into working applications for end users and business constituents. Every Cloud Management Platform relies upon either a script or one of these automation frameworks to provision and configure the actual end user services…

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APM for Agile and DevOps: 7 practical use cases

February 8, 2013
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APM for Agile

A new breed of DevOps focused APM tools is moving performance management outside the domain of operations. With features to support analysts, architects, developers, testers and DevOps APM is at home in all phases of agile development.

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News: VMware Invests $30M in Puppet Labs – Establishes Strategic Partnership

January 24, 2013
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ITasaService

VMware's investment of $30M in Puppet Labs, and the partnership between the two companies enables Puppet to disrupt the broader IT automation market and address the specific opportunities for IT Automation in the VMware environment. This puts Puppet Labs in an excellent position to disrupt the legacy automation businesses of IBM, BMC, HP and CA…

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Software Defined Security: Is it Achievable?

August 8, 2012
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VirtualizationSecurity

Cloud based security is about securing the data, yet compliance requirements are often about securing the environment, such as PCI's requirement for web application firewalls, which protect web servers and perhaps applications and imply protection of data. But they do not directly protect data. How can a Software Defined Data Center implement a form of…

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