Published on 9 October 2018 by

Following Puppetize Live at The Village in San Francisco, we brought the broadcast over to The Doltone House at Jones Bay Wharf in Sydney, Australia. It was a privilege to extend the event overseas to feature stories and experiences by the Puppet team, DevOps and automation experts, and our community.

Catch up on what went on during the second part of our Puppetize Live event with our collection of videos below. To join the discussion, head over to the Puppet Slack channel. Meet our experts and the community to chat about the event and learn more about the exciting Puppet news.

To catch up on what went on in San Francisco, check out this recap article.

Puppet's VP of Marketing, Tim Zonca, opened the show

Puppet CTO Deepak Giridharagopal announced new Puppet product updates

Get a full overview of Puppet’s new product announcements in this blog article.

Puppet’s Chris Barker walked through Puppet code deployment best practices

Before you jump into Puppet code deployment, get the best practices from one of our best.

Declarative Systems’ Geoff Williams presented ways to “do more with less”

Did you know that modern Puppet can help you write way less code during the day? Watch this video to learn more.

AWS’s Mark Rambow showed us how to build a DevOps pipeline

Curious about how to use AWS to build a DevOps pipeline with OpsWorks and Puppet Enterprise? Wonder no more.

Puppet’s Yasmin Rajabi gave away the secret to lightning-fast automation

Puppet Bolt 1.0 is now available and delivers quick ways to get started with automation at scale. Learn more from our product launch article as well.

Transurban presented a peek at their self-service infrastructure

Daniel Ring and Brent O’Neill of Transurban presented how they use Puppet Enterprise, Servicenow, vRealize, Slack, and PowerBI to push some seriously modernized DevOps practices.

Puppet’s Carl Caum explained why Kubernetes won’t save your app...

...but how building a culture of experimentation and really listening and meeting your customers’ needs might do the trick.

Monash University walked through their cloud-only approach to infrastructure

Brendan Rosewarne of Monash University explored the challenges of being a cloud-only organization.

We learned ways to orchestrate the orchestrator

Puppet’s Scott Coulton walked through how you can build and orchestrate containers with Kubernetes that will work locally or in the cloud, including a look at its pros and cons.

ANZ Bank presented "Beards, Brownfields, and (de)Borkage"

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This concludes all that went on in Sydney. The last Puppetize Live stop is Amsterdam. Check out other big Puppet announcements as well:

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