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Learn more about running Puppet compile masters with Amazon Web Services’ Load Balancer and autoscaling group.
This article provides a step-by-step guidance to connect PuppetDB to PowerBI to create interactive reports and dashboards in 10 minutes.
You can now specify a desired version range to be respected by your packages when managing them with Puppet.
The GPG key we use to sign Puppet products on Linux is expiring soon, so we’ve switched to a new key. You’ll need to import it to use the repos.
An easy and repeatable process for scaling open source Puppet implementations for larger environments.
Is there a simple way to quickly test your Puppet code? Yes! The answer is Onceover, and this blog post will show you how.
An SRE at Puppet takes some first steps in automating ESXi server provisioning and shows how this task can be delegated with the Puppet Enterprise console.
Improve Puppet module code quality by using unit and Litmus acceptance tests. Integrate Litmus tests into Continuous Delivery for Puppet Enterprise.
Darren Gipson, a DevOps engineer at Willis Towers Watson, shares a cool trick for simplifying Puppet code with Hiera hashes.
Does making an application change on a Friday afternoon still give you chills? Use Puppet to automate your DevOps fears away.
Improve your organization’s vulnerability management process by adopting a counterintuitive strategy.
Puppet Enterprise role-based access control is great, but what if you need to do more? Check out this post for some tips.
If you’re anything like the rest of us, you’re making unplanned infrastructure changes and don’t have a lot of time to prepare. We’ve got some tips.
Silos lead to misunderstandings which get in the way of better vulnerability remediation.
The Boltwash plugin organizes your Bolt targets as groups, exposing their filesystems. This makes it easy to debug failures and fix them with Bolt.
A guide to implementing HTTPS for WinRM automatically with Puppet.
In these sessions from Puppetize PDX, IT professionals share automated testing best practices.
CVE-2019-18634 is a vulnerability in the sudo package of Linux. The fix is to upgrade sudo, and you can do that with Puppet Remediate in one task.