Category: ‘Business’

Why true open source is a game changer in IT infrastructure automation

Open source software is the rule in IT infrastructure automation. But what business models do companies like us apply, and how do these affect product decisions and open source users? The so called “open core” model is common, but we believe it introduces schizophrenia, as Chef just announced they do too. This post will explain […] Read more

Ed Daniel, open source evangelist, joins Normation

Recently, we welcomed Ed Daniel on-board as our new Head of Marketing. If his name sounds familiar then it certainly should as Ed is a well known figure in the open source community. It is likely that you will have crossed paths at one of many industry events such as Solutions Linux, DevOps Days, InfoSec […] Read more

Oct, 14, 2013

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Normation special offer of Rudder support for free!

We understand that starting a new project is often time-consuming. Part of this challenge is making sure you follow best practices, ensuring your design choices during planning will not impact production deployment and service continuity thereafter, that your team is up to speed on your technology choices and fundamentally that you are confident that your […] Read more

Sep, 16, 2013

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Rudder and Android working together

After a hard couple of days trying to get it done with our friends from Genymobile, we finally managed to craft a lovely Android compatible Rudder prototype ! Thanks to CFEngine flexibility, we are now able to manage Android-based systems from a standard Rudder server. Thus, we are currently the only user-friendly oriented configuration management […] Read more

Hello world!

Welcome to Normation’s blog We are a software company based in Paris developing IT management solutions, and providing expertise in the configuration and identity management fields. This blog will contain articles on subjects that matter to us: Technical: configuration management, Cfengine, identity management, LDAP, software development, Scala, Java, Eclipse … and whatever else comes up! Business: […] Read more

May, 17, 2010

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