CFEngine is showcasing The Benefits of Automation in IT-operations.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 11, 2013
CFEngine Inc., provider of the world’s leading open source configuration management software, today announced that it is a sponsor at Red Hat Summit 2013, the industry’s premier open source technology event. The conference will be held June 11-14, 2013 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston.
“We are excited to be at the Red Hat Summit, as it brings together companies and users who are building the IT infrastructure of the future, with a focus on agility, scale and security,” says Thomas Ryd, VP of Business Development and co-founder at CFEngine. “At the Summit we demonstrate how some of the world’s largest users of Red Hat software are able to provision Linux infrastructure faster, with more flexibility and consistency, and with far fewer unplanned problems and outages.”
CFEngine Enterprise Edition, version 3.5
At the Red Hat Summit, CFEngine is also previewing a new version of CFEngine Enterprise Edition, its commercial configuration management software. Current versions of this product are used by leading financial institutions, ecommerce and technology firms around the world. Version 3.5 adds greater scalability and performance, as well as dramatic improvements in ease-of-use and self-service. Visitors are invited to the booth to see the product in action and to learn how it can technically and financially benefit their operations.
CFEngine is the industry leader in automation of large-scale, software defined IT-infrastructure. It helps IT organizations improve productivity in times of growing demands and constrained resources. With CFEngine IT organizations provision new services much faster, while providing continuous availability and security compliance. Known for its ability to handle scale and complexity, CFEngine enables even the largest organizations in the world to become more agile. CFEngine has users in more than 100 countries, including many of the world’s largest financial organizations, as well as companies like IBM, eBay, Cisco, Qualcomm, AMD, US Navy, US Energy Department, NASA AT&T, Chevron and LinkedIn.
CFEngine is estimated to run on more than 10 million servers worldwide, executing billions of configuration checks every hour and automatically fixing thousands of system drifts that otherwise would have destabilized the infrastructure and required manual corrections.