Docker announced general availability of the Docker Desktop for Mac [Apple Silicon], enabling developers to leverage the advantages of the latest Macs powered by the M1 chip and extending the reach of their Docker collaborative application development platform to a new architecture.
Puppet announced that Puppet Enterprise is now available on AWS Marketplace.
The new listing builds on AWS and Puppet’s existing collaboration, and makes it simple for anyone to launch core Puppet Enterprise services directly from AWS Marketplace.
AWS customers can find, launch and run Puppet Enterprise directly from AWS Marketplace. Now AWS customers can adopt Puppet Enterprise for a standard, centralized way to manage infrastructure services and applications in AWS environments, taking full advantage of the agility, efficiency, flexibility and scale of the AWS Cloud. And through Puppet’s declarative approach to infrastructure as code, customers can rapidly move from physical infrastructure to deploying production workloads in the cloud with reduced risk and more reliability.
“Today, organizations are rapidly embracing cloud computing and DevOps practices so they can deliver new value to customers faster than ever,” said Nigel Kersten, CIO at Puppet. “By listing Puppet Enterprise on AWS Marketplace, we’re making it even easier for organizations around the world to adopt DevOps practices in automated cloud environments so they spend less time managing infrastructure and more time driving innovation and delivering great software.”
"Many businesses rely on Puppet Enterprise to provision, operate and provide enhanced protection for their cloud environments," said Barry Russell, GM, AWS Marketplace and Catalog Services, Amazon Web Services, Inc. "Puppet Enterprise helps customers quickly and easily deliver their software, and now they also have an incredibly simple way to purchase and deploy it through AWS Marketplace."