The last month has seen some major advances in the Scalr product that I want to sing about. First we released two new features, Service Catalog and Farm Templates. Yesterday our latest release, Scalr 7.5, made major advances in the Scalr API that powers Farm Templates. The last few releases of Enterprise Scalr have major advances that haven’t gotten enough praise. It seems like a good time to let you know about the highlights of these releases.
One of the hardest tasks for IT leadership is considering the cost of IT services against their theoretical return. Because of that, there’s one question we see from enterprises: What is the return on investment I get from transitioning my infrastructure over to the cloud? It’s a powerful question, and not just one that the CIO or CTO is asking. Everyone from sysadmins to help-desk teams need to know what the impact will be. So how does that translate down the IT chain?
Last week, Ron Harnik, Product Marketing Manager, and I hosted a webinar on the top three configuration management tools - Chef, Puppet, and Ansible.
Hi! I’m new to the Scalr family, and as a product manager, happy to share some new capabilities being added to the already super-capable Scalr platform. Using my background building clouds and tools for automation of large scale processes, I’ve come to Scalr to help drive the philosophy of infrastructure-as-code even further into the product.