SaltStack is committed to, and proud of, its status as a 100% open project. This combined with the fact that Salt is written in Python makes it perfectly suited for tight and easy OpenStack Nova, Glance and Keystone integration.
(PRWEB) April 15, 2013
SaltStack, the complete systems and configuration management stack for any cloud, today announced full support of OpenStack for rapid deployment of OpenStack cloud at scale. In addition, Thomas Hatch, SaltStack founder and CTO, will speak at OpenStack Summit today at 4:20 pm in the Sponsor Showcase Theater. Thomas will provide an overview of SaltStack, outline SaltStack support for fast and scalable OpenStack deployment, and highlight several enterprise user success stories.
Since its launch in 2011 Salt has been the fastest-growing, most-active open source project for systems and configuration management, mirroring the growth of OpenStack. Now SaltStack is recognized worldwide as the fully open automation platform for hybrid cloud orchestration and heterogeneous infrastructure, system and configuration management.
Marc Chenn, SaltStack CEO, said, “SaltStack was built from the ground up to support the speed and scale requirements of modern cloud infrastructures and the emerging DevOps toolchain. SaltStack is committed to, and proud of, its status as a 100% open project. This combined with the fact that Salt is written in Python makes it perfectly suited for tight and easy OpenStack Nova, Glance and Keystone integration.”
SaltStack is a first-time sponsor of OpenStack Summit this year. Visit SaltStack in the OpenStack Summit expo hall to learn more about SaltStack Enterprise commercial offerings or the Salt open source project, or to score a “GetSalted” t-shirt.
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SaltStack is the complete systems and configuration management for fast and scalable deployment and automation of any cloud. Salt is used to orchestrate and control physical and virtual infrastructure while providing systems automation for the DevOps toolchain. 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 the commercial SaltStack Enterprise software product packaged for the world's most-dynamic large and small businesses. For more information, please visit http://www.saltstack.com