Puppet Camp London drew enough people to fill an Imperial College London lecture hall for talks on risk assessment & change deployment; chasing AMI with Jenkins, Packer & Puppet; module rewriting; using MCollective as an integration layer; and much more.
Cisco Live kicks off today and we’re thrilled to be in the onePK booth showing off our up-and-coming joint solutions. Stop by and say hello to Nigel Kersten, CIO, Jeff McCune, author of the Pro Puppet book, and Jose Palafox. If you can’t make it to Milan, watch Jeff McCune demonstrate running Puppet Enterprise on […]
So, we must admit: we’re a bit behind schedule. We had more talks than we expected and filtering through all the fantastic submissions for PuppetConf proved more difficult than we originally thought. While we’re still piecing together the last bits of the schedule and finalizing our keynotes, we can’t help but give you a teaser of what’s coming. Tickets are on sale and a few certification seats are still available. Early bird pricing will end on August 27th, so get your tickets while they are still an absolute steal at $500. A full schedule with dates and times will be released as soon as we’ve built it. In the mean time we hope this whets your appetite.
Registration for PuppetConf ’12 is now open. We’re in a new city and a new facility, with new tracks and new programs. Look forward to 5 concurrent tracks over 2 days focusing on all things operations. Our new venue offers one large theater for keynotes, while our second auditorium will be dedicated to Puppet Community […]
Join us in our first Puppet Labs-hosted Twitter chat this Wednesday at 11 am PT. There are three simple steps to participating: Be on Twitter between 11 am and 12 pm PT on April 4th Track the hashtag #puppetize Jump in the conversation and tag your tweets with #puppetize Our product manager Nigel Kersten, the […]
We’re happy to announce three European Puppet Camps: Edinburgh, Scotland March 23 (only 20 tickets left!) Register Stockholm, Sweden March 28 (20 tickets left!) Register Amsterdam, Netherlands April 2 Register Puppet Camps are 1-day community events for local audiences. Typically we’ll feature 3-5 local speakers along with a Puppet Labs Engineer. Schedules for all three […]
Hello, I’m Michael Stahnke and I’m the new community manager at Puppet Labs. I’ll provide a little bit of background about myself, but then I want to jump into the important stuff around the Puppet community. I joined Puppet Labs in April of 2011 as the first Release Manager. I was a member of the […]
The first Puppet Triage-a-thon was a huge success. Thank you so much to everyone who attended and contributed! Some of our favorite stats from the event: We started the day with 2292 open tickets. Over the course of the day 565 tickets were triaged. We also closed 115 tickets. That’s almost 25% of the open […]
Getting Started With Puppet Weekly Webinar: Ask Your Puppet Enterprise Questions Get a Live Management demo, and ask your burning PE questions. Puppet Enterprise 2.0 How To: Cloud Provisioning Start provisioning in the public and private cloud today. VIDEO: AWS CloudFormation and Puppet Enterprise 2.0 How to build out Puppet Enterprise stacks with CloudFormation. Forge […]
The day after the party is always the hardest. As you brush your teeth, you remember all of the things you accomplished the night before: the people you met, the names you have forgotten, the number of extremely large Puppet t-shirts you somehow acquired, and two or three OSL mugs you carried across town back […]
With Puppet we build infrastructures, piece by piece, manifest after manifest. We control how nodes are configured, what services they provide, how they are checked. We manage where web applications stay and sometimes how they are built, tested, and deployed. Puppet has a lot of knowledge about our systems. Every catalog we receive is an […]
I know February is the shortest calendar month, but it seems to have passed faster than a bolt of lightning. Did you catch us at FOSDEM, SCALE9X, the LA Puppet User Group, the Austin Cloud User Group, or GeekAustin? Puppet evangelism is somewhat new. While we’ve always been out at conferences and user groups when […]