by Diego Zamboni - November 14, 2012
Do you want to learn more about CFEngine, and hear about the latest developments, tools, tricks and tips? Please join us for "The Guru is in: CFEngine" at LISA'12, a session where you will hear directly from CFEngine developers, engineers and power users.
by Geir Nygård - November 09, 2012
Earlier this year we made several proof of concepts to demonstrate that CFEngine can run on embedded and mobile devices. We compiled CFEngine for a devkit 8500 board, Android, QNAP and Raspberry Pi.
Due to popular demand we have made the QNAP and Raspberry Pi packages publicly available, free to use for up to 25 nodes. This is a modified version of Enterprise 2.2 compiled for these platforms, please be aware that we do not provide support for these packages. Official versions may be provided at a later point.
Download them at http://cfengine.com/25free
by Geir Nygård - August 29, 2012
In todays environment where words such as virtualization, cloud and agility constantly buzz in our ears, enterprises look for ways to manage their increasingly dynamic infrastructure. The Cloud::Services sketch from the CFEngine Design Center implements a policy to manage virtual machines (VMs) on VMware vSphere 5 (ESXi). With this sketch, CFEngine can clone, start/stop, delete and configure VMs seamlessly alongside your physical infrastructure.
by Ted Zlatanov - July 18, 2012
Splunk is a very good enterprise search engine, engineered for speed, robustness, and scalability. CFEngine has search capabilities but without the agility of the Splunk search interface and backend.
Also, in an established Splunk environment or for many other reasons, CFEngine log searching may not be the primary search solution.
by Nili Gafni - June 29, 2012
We will be holding some sessions at LinuxCon in San Diego this summer and will be very happy to see you there!
We just got a 15% off coupon to give away, but you need to act fast - it is good for the first 10 attendees and then it expires. The code is LFSD12345 - use it when you register for LinuxCon 2012 here.
We wanted to share the abstract of Mark's session.