The shortest path to migrating to AWS.
How can you migrate to Amazon Web Services (AWS) and ensure that your environments are consistently provisioned, configured, and managed? What can your organization do to move from constantly fighting fires to spending more time on the innovation that really matters?
Puppet Enterprise helps you automate the entire lifecycle of your AWS environment simply
and securely. From initial provisioning through application deployment, Puppet Enterprise uses a common language to describe what you want your infrastructure to look like.
ServiceChannel is a global facilities management company that is always looking for ways to make it
easier for their customers to connect and collaborate. After Hurricane Sandy flooded its data center in
2012, ServiceChannel decided to build out a highly available and redundant system on the AWS Cloud.
Because they didn’t have any automated configuration management in place at the time, they had to
manually build all of their servers on AWS, which led them to their second big decision to implement Puppet on AWS.
With Puppet, ServiceChannel was able to create a fully automated pipeline to deploy, manage, and scale
their AWS environment, providing the agility needed to help support the growth of the company. Once
they adopted Puppet Enterprise, they saw a dramatic reduction in the amount of time spent updating
their environments and were also able to make deployments more frequently and cost-effectively,
allowing them to scale at an increased rate.
Join us for our upcoming webinar where speakers from Puppet, AWS, and ServiceChannel will explain
how ServiceChannel used the scalability of AWS and the automation provided by Puppet to realize
greater flexibility, and enhance their customers’ ability to connect and collaborate more often.
Join us to learn:
- How ServiceChannel used Puppet Enterprise on AWS to define their infrastructure and applications
- Why employing DevOps practices and treating infrastructure as code made it easy for ServiceChannel to share, test, and enforce changes across their AWS environment
- Discover the benefits of automation when creating, scheduling, and reviewing releases for environment change