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The Intigua Blog

Pre-Packaged Tool Support Update

Posted on November 1, 2016 by Oran Epelbaum

The Intigua Packager lets you package any tool agent for use with Intigua. However, we also have an extensive library of tool agents we have already pre-packaged for use with Intigua.

We constantly add new tools and versions to this library. Here are some recent additions:

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Puppet vs. Chef vs. Ansible vs. SaltStack

Posted on September 27, 2016 by Ali Raza

 Puppet, Chef, Ansible and SaltStack present different paths to achieve a common goal of managing large-scale server infrastructure efficiently, with minimal input from developers and sysadmins. All four configuration management tools are designed to reduce the complexity of configuring distributed infrastructure resources, enabling speed, and ensuring reliability and compliance. This article explores the mechanism, value propositions and concerns pertaining to each configuration management solution.

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The Virtualization War Could be Over with Intigua

Posted on March 13, 2014 by dkarp

The Virtualization War Could be Over with Intigua

Do you need to get to VMs and applications without going to the network?

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How to achieve Cloud Zen with OpenStack and Intigua

Posted on February 17, 2014 by dkarp

In this segment of our blog — you will win some big battles with OpenStack but not the war...
Contributed by Frank Lamprea

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