What better place than SaltConf to hold our third Salt Sprint? We’ve never had an opportunity to do an in-person Sprint with all participants and look forward to the opportunity this format will provide to efficiently collaborate on SaltStack development.
Salt Lake City (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
SaltStack, the full software stack for configuration management, private cloud building, public cloud orchestration and autonomic infrastructure, today announced the next Salt Sprint will be held at SaltConf 2014 on Jan. 29, 2014 running in conjunction with the SaltConf conference party. The Salt Sprint will be sponsored by GitHub.
For this Sprint, no remote access will be made available for other locations in order to maximize the in-person experience of SaltConf attendees. Salt Sprint objectives include:
- More SaltStack support for software defined networks;
- More public cloud management support;
- Develop more Salt monitoring modules and runner alerts;
- Create more SaltStack test coverage;
- Further populate the SaltStack formula repository;
- Add more real-time SaltStack command modules.
Salt Sprint contributors are welcome to suggest projects for the Sprint by emailing sprint(at)saltstack(dot)com. For those new to developing with SaltStack, the first full day of SaltConf will include a series of labs designed to provide instruction specific to developing and committing code to the Salt project. Salt Sprint newcomers are invited to watch, learn, network and participate.
The Sprint will include a friendly code-contribution competition tracked via GitHub, the SaltConf Salt Sprint exclusive sponsor. Fabulous prizes will be provided to winners.
Thomas Hatch, SaltStack CTO and co-founder, said, “What better place than SaltConf to hold our third Salt Sprint? We’ve never had an opportunity to do an in-person Sprint with all participants and look forward to the opportunity this format will provide to efficiently collaborate on SaltStack development with some of the most talented developers in the industry. We love our community and contributors.”
For more information contact Salt Sprint organizers at sprint(at)saltstack(dot)com or visit http://www.saltconf.com.
SaltConf, the SaltStack user conference, will be held in Salt Lake City from Jan. 28-30, 2014 and is expected to sell out. Register now at http://www.saltconf.com to reserve a conference pass and a seat in SaltConf pre-conference training.
SaltConf is designed to provide the knowledge and training to help attendees automate the data center better and faster than ever before through the power of the SaltStack automation platform for configuration management, private cloud building, public cloud orchestration and autonomic infrastructure.
Some of the best and brightest in cloud building and Web-scale automation will speak and attend this three-day conference. SaltConf content will be delivered by SaltStack core engineers, developers, customers and users from organizations like LinkedIn, Wikimedia, VMware, Mulesoft, HP Cloud, Rackspace and many more. Content will include SaltStack hands-on labs and training, and talks delivered by people who excel at building and managing enterprise infrastructure and application stacks using SaltStack software. SaltConf will also offer many opportunities to hack and network with the SaltStack community.
SaltStack software provides flexible, easy-to-use software for real-time infrastructure automation, cloud provisioning and orchestration, and application stack configuration management. SaltStack is known for its speed and its ability to scale unmodified to support environments with tens of thousands of systems with no performance or functional degradation.
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SaltStack is a complete systems management software platform for fast and scalable automation of any cloud, application stack or data center infrastructure. Specifically, SaltStack is used by system administrators and developers to automate configuration management, private cloud building, public cloud orchestration and autonomic infrastructure. The Salt open source project was launched in February of 2011 and is now one of the fastest-growing, most-active communities in the world. SaltStack was founded in August 2012 to support the Salt project and to deliver SaltStack Enterprise packaged for the world's most-dynamic large and small businesses, web-scale applications and clouds. SaltStack won an InfoWorld Bossie Award 2013 in the category of data center and cloud software, won the 2013 GigaOm Structure LaunchPad competition, was named a Linux Journal Reader's Choice product in five categories including "Linux Product of the Year" and "Best New Commercial Application," was named a Gartner 2013 Cool Vendor in DevOps, and was included on the GitHub Octoverse Top 10 list for 2012. For more information, please visit SaltStack.com.