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The recommended practices for upgrading your Puppet-managed Windows 2008 servers.
The modern Puppet 4.x function API is safer and more efficient. And it’s easier to write and use! Learn how to port your legacy functions today.
Customers share the lessons they’ve learned and best practices into how they use Puppet to automate their infrastructure.
Ah, it’s holiday season again. Pumpkin Spice Lattes are in the air and starting on Christmas day, we’ll post 12 daily tweets about something cool that modern Puppet can do.
Puppet 6 allows you to run code on the agent side during enforcement. This means that the master no longer needs keys to your infrastructure kingdom!
Learn how you can ensure systems continuously remain secure, meet compliance requirements, and get valuable time back to do cool stuff.
What do you do when your config management tool is misconfigured & it can’t connect to fix itself? Cas demonstrates using Bolt for out-of-band repair.
CVE-2019-14287 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.
A guide to automating patch management on Windows with Puppet.
Whether you’re new to using Puppet to manage network devices, or new to Puppet as a whole, this blog provides the steps you need to get up and running relatively quickly.
We’re exploring and improving how we manage Hyper-V on Windows with Puppet, and wanted to share with our customers what we learned.
Here’s one way system engineers at Walmart eliminate manual DevOps work with Puppet, Bolt, and the node_manager module from Puppet Forge.
An extended example demonstrating how you can reuse a PowerShell script by converting it into a Task and running it with Bolt.
Avoid panic and unnecessary infrastructure issues by checking and extending the expiration of your Puppet Certificate Authority using Bolt.
We’ve added new endpoints on the Forge API to allow complete programmatic access and automation for module developers. Enjoy!
Here’s a free resource to help you rationalize and standardize your technology stack — and make progress on stages 1 and 2 of your DevOps evolution.
Improve the agentless workflows within the application and unlock a new world of ops enablement possibilities for delegating access to managing infrastructure.
Simplify your manifests and reduce duplication via multi-resource declarations and defined types using Puppet and Consul.