SaltConf15 early-bird discounts are available for a limited time and the call for speakers is now open

Salt Lake City – Nov. 20, 2014 – SaltStack, the creators of automation software for Web-scale infrastructure operations, today announced details of the next SaltStack global user conference. SaltConf15 registration is now open with early-bird and group discounts available for a limited time. Also, the SaltConf15 call for speakers is now open through Friday, Dec. 12. We are looking for the best SaltStack success stories and use cases.

SaltConf will return to Salt Lake City bigger and better than before and will be held at The Grand America Hotel, March 3-5, 2015. Early-bird and group discounts are now available for a limited time. Additional details can be found at www.saltconf.com.

SaltConf15 offers an exclusive full day of pre-conference training at a significant discount to other SaltStack training options. SaltConf15 attendees who register for and take the pre-conference training receive a complimentary seating for the SaltStack Certified Engineer exam. Space in the training courses is limited and we expect them to sell out.

Days two and three of SaltConf15 serve up talks from the SaltStack core development, engineering and professional services teams on SaltStack software implementation and usage best practices, while SaltStack customers (including some of the largest infrastructures in the world) will share case studies and success stories on using SaltStack for automating Web-scale infrastructure operations.

The SaltConf15 call for speakers is now open so make sure to submit your best SaltStack use cases and best practices. The deadline for submissions is Friday, Dec. 12.

Also, SaltConf15 sponsorships are still available. SaltConf14 sponsors included many of the biggest names in cloud, infrastructure and systems management software. Request a SaltConf15 sponsorship prospectus by emailing us at saltconf at saltstack dot com.

SaltStack provides enterprise IT operations and Web-scale DevOps organizations a central point of control to orchestrate and automate any cloud platform or data center infrastructure. SaltStack software helps businesses offset the risk of any cloud investment through increased infrastructure efficiency and cost savings and improved software compliance and security.

SaltStack software was designed from the beginning to automate the management of Web-scale environments, large data centers and enterprise IT operations. SaltStack is used to control any public or private cloud infrastructure, providing autonomics that intelligently react to machine or human-generated events to keep mission-critical applications, systems and infrastructures available and secure.

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About SaltStack
SaltStack is a complete systems management software platform for fast and scalable automation of any cloud, application stack or data center infrastructure. Specifically, SaltStack is used by system administrators and developers to automate configuration management, private cloud building, public cloud orchestration and autonomic infrastructure. The Salt open source project was launched in February of 2011 and is now one of the fastest-growing, most-active communities in the world. SaltStack was founded in August 2012 to support the Salt project and to deliver SaltStack Enterprise packaged for the world’s most-dynamic large and small businesses, web-scale applications and clouds. SaltStack won the Best of VMworld Gold Award for virtualization management, won an InfoWorld 2014 Technology of the Year Award, won the 2013 GigaOm Structure LaunchPad competition, was named a Linux Journal Reader’s Choice product in five categories, was named a Gartner 2013 Cool Vendor in DevOps, and was included on the GitHub Octoverse list for 2012 and 2013 as one of the largest, most-active open source projects in the world. For more information, please visit www.saltstack.com.

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Media contact:
Rhett Glauser
rhett at saltstack dot com

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