Start from scratch with the Puppet configuration management system, and learn how to fully utilize Puppet through simple, practical examples Shows you step-by-step how to install Puppet and start managing your systems with simple examples Every aspect of Puppet is explained in detail so that you really understand what you're doing Gets you up and running immediately, from installation to using Puppet for practical tasks in a matter of minutes Written in a clear, friendly, jargon-free style which doesn't assume any previous knowledge and explains things in practical terms In Detail Everyone's talking about Puppet, the open-source DevOps technology that lets you automate your server setups and manage websites, databases, and desktops. Puppet can build new servers in seconds, keep your systems constantly up to date, and automate daily maintenance tasks. "Puppet 3 Beginner's Guide" gets you up and running with Puppet straight away, with complete real world examples. Each chapter builds your skills, adding new Puppet features, always with a practical focus. You'll learn everything you need to manage your whole infrastructure with Puppet. "Puppet 3 Beginner’s Guide" takes you from complete beginner to confident Puppet user, through a series of clear, simple examples, with full explanations at every stage. Through a series of worked examples introducing Puppet to a fictional web company, you'll learn how to manage every aspect of your server setup. Switching to Puppet needn't be a big, long-term project; this book will show you how to start by bringing one small part of your systems under Puppet control and, little by little, building to the point where Puppet is managing your whole infrastructure. Presented in an easy-to-read guide to learning Puppet from scratch, this book explains simply and clearly all you need to know to use this essential IT power tool, all the time applying these solutions to real-world scenarios.
Puppet 3 Beginner's GuideAuthor(s): John Arundel Publisher: Packt Publishing Publication Date: 17-Apr-2013 Edition: 1 Number of pages: 204