AWS OpsWorks is a configuration management service that provides managed instances of Chef and Puppet. Chef and Puppet are automation platforms that allow you to use code to automate the configurations of your servers. OpsWorks lets you use Chef and Puppet to automate how servers are configured, deployed, and managed across your Amazon EC2 instances or on-premises compute environments. OpsWorks has three offerings, AWS Opsworks for Chef Automate, AWS OpsWorks for Puppet Enterprise, and AWS OpsWorks Stacks.
SUSE Manager was designed to help your enterprise DevOps and IT Operations teams reduce complexity and regain control of your IT assets with a single tool to manage Linux systems across a variety of hardware architectures, hypervisors as well as container, IoT and cloud platforms. It automates Linux server and IoT device provisioning, patching and configuration for faster, consistent and repeatable server deployment helping to optimize operations and reduce costs. And with automated monitoring, tracking, auditing and reporting of your systems, VMs, and containers across your development, test and production environments, you can ensure compliance with internal security policies and external regulations.
AWS OpsWorks is ranked 18th in Configuration Management while SUSE Manager is ranked 21st in Configuration Management. AWS OpsWorks is rated 0.0, while SUSE Manager is rated 0.0. On the other hand, AWS OpsWorks is most compared with AWS Systems Manager, Ansible, AWS Config and AWS CloudFormation, whereas SUSE Manager is most compared with Red Hat Satellite, Ansible, HashiCorp Terraform and BigFix.
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