Again this year, Rudder community gathered CfgMgmtCamp, 6 and 7 Feb., Gent (Belgium).
But for the first time in its history, Rudder had its own room.
Indeed, even though it has been many years since Rudder is present at Cfgmgmtcamp, Rudder used to be in a shared room. Over time, Rudder’s community grew, and the vision around Rudder became more and more unique, so it was time for Rudder to have its own room, as a key player in the Configuration Management world.
If you missed it, don’t worry, we recorded all talks from this track!
You will find links to videos and slides below:
- Rudder: what’s new and what’s next? Roadmap, vision and thoughts (video, slides) – Jonathan Clarke
- Automate your automation with Rudder’s API! \o/ (video, slides) – Vincent Membré
- Divorcing your single vendor cloud (video) – Florian Heigl
- Getting data into Rudder (video, slides) – Alexis Mousset
- Automating the manual – feedback on including existing systems in configuration management (video, slides) – Nicolas Charles
- Automate quality just like you automate servers (slides, video) – Benoit Peccatte
Interested in trying Rudder?
- Come and see us at our office for the next Rudder discovery workshop!
- Here are a few easy ways to try it out by your own:
- Online demo: You can see a demo version of Rudder on http://demo.rudder-project.org/
- Vagrant: Just want to test Rudder without worrying about a full installation, but with real virtual machines so that you can actually configure and test things, unlike the demo? We provide a Vagrant set-up. See Rudder Vagrant for getting started with Rudder on Vagrant.
- Linux server packages: The easiest way to test and use Rudder for prototyping or production is to install it from the provided Linux packages. For the server, the main current .rpm-based (RedHat, CentOS, SLES) and .deb-based (Debian, Ubuntu) distributions are supported. See https://www.rudder-project.org/site/get-rudder/downloads/ for details about repository and available versions.