Going from nothing to DevOps automation using one of the many tools available can be a daunting task. How can you automate systems when you’re not even 100% sure how they’ve been configured?

UpGuard makes this transition a much smoother experience by helping you understand your current infrastructure first, allowing you to set baselines and have full configuration visibility so you can establish policies and even build Puppet snippets from existing configurations which are known to be trusted.

Established Puppet users benefit from UpGuard's continuous validation capabilities post-build. Configuration drift becomes a problem of the past when you gain the ability to validate any live machine at any point in time and be alerted to configuration changes that happen outside of your set boundaries.

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