A new feature publishes results of tests alongside code changes in supported code repositories.
Thanks to everyone who talked with us and shared their feedback, we’re pleased to introduce Getting Started with Puppet, our new training course.
Join us for Contributor Summit Online, a new way to engage with fellow contributors that combines elements of Contributor Summit and #puppethacks.
Part one of a blog series about using and writing PowerShell tasks, on Windows, for Windows.
Our new event format opens up some interesting ways to tell different stories from our community via live stream. Learn more about what kind of talks we’re looking for and how to submit your ideas.
PuppetConf is now Puppetize Live, a 24-hour event coming to three cities around the world this October. Registration and the CFP are now open!
See how a cross-team collaboration model at Puppet is resulting in better educational content than ever before.
We’re pleased to announce support for Puppet Enterprise and open source Puppet on Amazon Linux 2. Learn more and check out some use cases for leveraging Puppet on AWS.
By default, we run the Puppet agent under LocalSystem. However, your use case may be better suited to running under a Service Account. Read more to find out why.
A step-by-step walkthrough of the pdksync gem, which lets you update multiple different modules to match the latest templates in a single command.
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