Context: SaltStack Does Orchestration and Linus Torvalds’ Apology
The New Stack Context: SaltStack Does Orchestration and Linus Torvalds’ Apology
This week on the TNS Context podcast, we talk with Alex Peay, SaltStack vice president of product, and Gary Richmond, a SaltStack product manager, about automated security compliance scanning and event-based orchestration. Also joining us today is TNS founder and editor-in-chief Alex Williams and TNS managing editor Joab Jackson.
Jackson was in Salt Lake City this month covering SaltConf, where Peay and Richmond spoke about event-driven automation and orchestration using SaltStack Enterprise. The company’s configuration management and remote execution engine is a stepping stone for automated IT operations, offering a way to automate the checking and remediation of desired configurations. We discuss the promise of automated security remediation with Peay, and venture into event-driven orchestration with Richmond,
Then later in the show, we discussed some of the top stories on the site this week, including a story by TNS correspondent Jennifer Riggins on Linus Torvalds’ most recent apology and decision to take some time off of Linux kernel development to work on his people skills.
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- How, and When, to Deploy Serverless
- Linus Torvalds, Self-Sustainability and Cultures of Blame
- Developer Sage Sharp on the Linux Foundation Technical Advisory Board (Twitter)
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