CFEngine Blog

The CFEngine team posts here about upcoming releases, new exciting features and thoughts about configuration management software, configuration management best practices and their own experiences.

Authored by Remi Bergsma - http://blog.remibergsma.com

Back in June, just before I went off for holiday, I attended a CFEngine training in Amsterdam. When I returned from holiday a few weeks later, me and my team started making plans to implement CFEngine in our environment. After two months of hard work, I’m proud to say we manage about 350 out of our 400 Linux servers with CFEngine!

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CFEngine 3.5.2 released

by Volker Hilsheimer - August 30, 2013

CFEngine 3.5.2 is now available for download. This is a maintenance release of CFEngine 3.5, and introduces a number of fixes and improvements to both Community and Enterprise editions. New functionality has been included to the SQL builder and the Design Center integration in Mission Portal.

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Every year, on the last Friday of July, we pause for a moment and think about the impact of system administrators on our world. It is hard to imagine how different our life would be if it was not for the sysadmin. The goal of the Annual SysAdmin Appreciation Day is to make us all think about that and find ways to express our appreciation for them.

At CFEngine we know many of them. In the past weeks we have interviewed hundreds of them and we want to share some fun facts we have discovered which show why they deserve our appreciation.

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CFEngine 3.5.1 released

by Volker Hilsheimer - July 10, 2013

CFEngine 3.5.1 is now available for download. This is the first maintenance release of CFEngine 3.5, and introduces a number of fixes and improvements to both Community and Enterprise editions. New functionality has been included to the SQL builder and the Design Center integration in Mission Portal. 

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Modular cfengine_stdlib.cf

by Ted Zlatanov - July 05, 2013

The cfengine_stdlib.cf library (formerly known as the COPBL) is now more modular, easier for upgraders, and more backwards-compatible.

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