Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Testimonials


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01/26/09 08:00:47 (13 years ago)
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dclark
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    55 * [http://www-unix.mcs.anl.gov/web-mail-archive/lists/bcfg-dev/2006/03/msg00023.html ... With so many machines and so much variation and subtleties between machines, I would simply go crazy trying to manage and maintain these machines. Bcfg makes my life much simpler.] -- Ti Leggett 
    66 * When I took over managing a compute cluster, its configuration management was a mess.  A liberal dose of Bcfg cleaned up the machines, made them more secure, and gave me the information needed to keep an eye on them.  I definitely trust the cluster more now that its configuration is well-defined and well-managed. -- Cory Lueninghoener 
     7 * "[http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/unix-sysadmin/bcfg2-propaganda-29441 Bcfg2 propaganda]" - Two days ago Mathieu Jobin had sent a message to bcfg-dev mailing list containing a link to Yahoo!'s grid white paper mentioning Bcfg2. As I don't think Bcfg2 is getting as much attention as it should, I thought about mentioning it here. [http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/unix-sysadmin/bcfg2-propaganda-29441 ...] -- Cezary Morga 
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    89See also [wiki:SitesUsingBcfg2].