We help companies automate

Puppet Configuration Management

Embracing Automation

Puppet Enterprise allows you to dynamically provision AWS infrastructure based on policies you defne, and it automatically enforces the desired
state so that you’re always in compliance. You gain speed and agility by automating manual processes which gives you cycles back to work on
projects that deliver higher value to the business.
The automation that Puppet Enterprise enables delivers real results. The
2016 State of DevOps Survey, presented by Puppet and DevOps
Research and Assessment (DORA), found that when teams implemented DevOps practices, they were able to increase the frequency of their
deployments by 200 times. The survey also found that DevOps-focused businesses spent 22% less time on unplanned work and rework.

Simplifying Security

When it comes to industries like healthcare, government and banking, adhering to compliance standards is of huge importance to
organizations, both to protect customers and to keep their operations running lawfully. In the past, auditing could present a real challenge
to enterprises due to the large number of servers under their control. When each server is confgured manually, it becomes arduous to
ensure that each one is confgured the same way and is functioning correctly. For auditing purposes, having an automated IT approach
gives businesses immediate visibility into their current state.
The visibility that Puppet provides, combined with automated processes, allows organizations to quickly and automatically identify,
reconcile and revert intentional and unintentional changes to their system, reducing downtime. Businesses that employ this automated
solution say they spend 50% less time remediating security issues.

Why use containers?

Advantage #1: Infrastructure

Containers expand budgets by delivering savings

If 20-50 percent of resources can be released back to the applications, that translates into potentially 20-50 percent fewer servers needed to run the same number of applications. 20-50 percent fewer servers translates also into space, power, people to run and maintain those servers, etc…

Advantage #2: Productivity

Agility and time-to-market value often dwarf infrastructure savings

Talking about the developer side is more complicated simply because goals vary by organization. Some want that same simple cost reduction, but most organizations tell us the far more important goal is to deliver more value to their users, faster. They want to maintain the size of their developer and testing team, but put themselves in a position to be disruptive to their industry and more highly competitive. And the Docker containerization platform makes this possible for similar reasons, and simply a better foundation for CI and CD.

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