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Custom Promise outcomes in Mission Portal

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CFEngine 3.17.0 introduced custom promise types, which enable CFEngine users to extend core functionality and policy language in a simple way. As an example of the...
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How to serve policy from a local git server

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Several months ago I started the practice of using CFEngine Enterprise and its Mission Portal UI on a daily basis to manage the connected devices in...
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Ansible and CFEngine Scalability White Paper

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Scalability is an important feature of any infrastructure management solution. Either the to-be-managed infrastructure is big already or it is expected to grow as the business...
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CFEngine 2020 Retrospective

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2020 is nearly over, and we’d like to take a couple of minutes to reflect on our year as well as provide a sneak peek into...
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How to implement CFEngine Custom Promise Types in Python

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This tutorial focuses on how to write a promise module, implementing a new CFEngine promise type. It assumes you already know how to install promise modules...
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Introducing CFEngine Custom Promise Types

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In CFEngine 3.17, custom promise types were introduced. This allows you to extend policy language, managing resources which don’t have built in promise types. The implementation...
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CFEngine 3.17 – Flexibility

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We are pleased to announce the release of CFEngine 3.17.0, with the theme Flexibility! This is a non-LTS release and allows the CFEngine community to test...
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CFEngine 3.12.6 and 3.15.3 released

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We are pleased to announce two new patch releases for CFEngine, version 3.12.6 and 3.15.3! These releases mainly contain bug fixes and dependency updates, but in...
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Ansible|CFEngine white paper

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Ansible and CFEngine are two configuration management tools and at first glance they look like competitors – two tools dealing with the same problem, in very...
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Installing CFEngine Nightlies using cf-remote

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Nightly packages are very useful for testing new features of CFEngine. Right now, nightly packages can be used to test out these new features: Compliance Reports. Mission Portal...
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