by Eystein Måløy Stenberg - April 14, 2014
CFEngine 3.6 introduces a set of features for inventory management, and we'll have a closer look at one of them today. This feature is part of both the Community and Enterprise editions. It essentially outputs the inventory in terms of classes and variables at a local node.
by Adi Aloni - April 11, 2014
CFEngine is a proud sponsor of the Red Hat Summit next week in downtown San Francisco! If you are attending the event, be sure to visit us at Booth #116 to say hello and learn more about new features of CFEngine 3.6 as well as get special discounts for our upcoming user conference, Promise2014.
by Diego Zamboni - April 11, 2014
Learn how to use CFEngine to detect if your hosts have a vulnerable version of OpenSSL, and upgrade it automatically.
by Jonathan Thorpe - April 10, 2014
We’re proud to announce Promise2014, the first annual CFEngine user conference! On September 17 to 19 at the DoubleTree by Hilton in San Francisco Airport.
by Diego Zamboni - April 10, 2014
As you may know, a serious vulnerability was recently announced in OpenSSL, commonly referred to as Heartbleed or more officially by its CVE ID CVE-2014-0160. This vulnerability affects the OpenSSL heartbeat mechanism and allows unauthorized access to private data including encryption keys, encrypted traffic and more.
At CFEngine we use OpenSSL both in our infrastructure and in our products. The security of our users and customers is one of our primary concerns, so we immediately began investigating the possible impact of this bug. Here are our findings.