SaltConf talks and slides

March 25, 2014 - Rhett Glauser

SaltConf talks and slides

We are slowly but surely publishing SaltConf content to the social interwebs. It’s kind of like SaltConf deja vu, but with low-budget videography…and no speed skaters or curling rocks. All told, it looks like we’ll make more than 90% of the content available, and if you knew what I know about the recording and production of these videos you’d be amazed we were able to capture and deliver as much as we did. We hope you’ll think of it as the Napoleon Dynamite of tech conference video, rough around the edges but it gets the job done quite effectively.

Regardless, a big thanks to SaltConf speakers who were the stars of the show. We plan to do it all over again and will announce details of SaltConf15 very soon, so stay tuned.

SaltConf content can be found in two forms, video and slides. SaltConf talk videos are available on the SaltStack SaltConf14 YouTube playlist. Please subscribe to the SaltStack YouTube channel so you know when a new and awesome talk is published. Each talk has a link to the corresponding slides in the video description.

The slides can be found on the SaltStack SlideShare page. Each slide deck has the corresponding YouTube video embedded into it before the first slide.

About SaltStack
SaltStack is a complete systems management software platform for fast and scalable automation of any cloud, application stack or data center infrastructure. 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 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 including “Linux Product of the Year” and “Best New Commercial Application,” 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


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