Puppet recently announced the general availability of Relay. We hosted Deepak Giridharagopal, CTO of Puppet, to learn more about the project. He said that Relay is based on a couple of core hypotheses. If you are an Ops type of person, you would find that automation in this kind of modern environment is too hard; things move too quickly. In addition, the tooling is inaccessible to the broadest range of users that need to have it.
With Relay, Puppet is bringing the low-code approach to Ops, an interface to automate across all those different tools that teams use in the modern cloud environments. “Relay lets you do things like automated incident response, cost management, better security, and compliance auditing,” said Giridharagopal.
[su_note note_color=”#000″ text_color=”#fff”]Deepak Giridharagopal is CTO at Puppet. He has overseen the development of nearly every major product in Puppet’s portfolio including Puppet Enterprise, Relay PuppetDB, Bolt and Wash. Deepak brings nearly 20 years of experience creating new products, building engineering teams, and operating infrastructure. Prior to Puppet, he was an early engineer at Dell/MessageOne, helping architect and operate their hosted products.[/su_note]
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