My Impressions of salt-ssh

I’ve done a search and there seem to be a large number of issues related to salt-ssh usability with non-root users. I’d like to understand more about the perceived use case from Salt’s perspective and give some feedback. Perceived use case salt-ssh seems to be an answer to Ansible and Fabric where the ssh transport from a single laptop is useful for a system administrator to maintain a smaller set of infrastructure.

Salting WebPageTest

My talk will be in the Audubon room on Wednesday, at 3:45 PM. Materials: Salt States in this GitHub repository. Slides can be found at this location. Here is the recording of my talk:

SA DevOps - Config Management Battle

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Speaking at SaltConf 2015

My talk has been accepted to SaltConf 2015 this year. I will be in Salt Lake City March 3rd through March 5th. I’ll be speaking about my experience deploying WebPageTest with SaltStack. We’ll talk about the benefits and gotchas of WebPageTest and SaltStack during this presentation. You’ll also see copious amounts of stateful PowerShell being used. If you have ever tried using Salt to managed Windows machines, this talk is certainly a must see!

SA DevOps - SaltStack

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