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Before you can begin using Puppet Comply, you must install Puppet Application Manager. Puppet Application Manager is an administrative console that provides tools for managing Comply and other Puppet applications.

Note: Puppet Application Manager was previously called the platform admin console in the Comply documentation.

What does Puppet Application Manager do?

The Puppet Application Manager installation process sets up a managed Kubernetes cluster (or, if you prefer, adds Puppet Application Manager to your existing cluster). Comply runs on this Kubernetes cluster, and Puppet Application Manager manages the cluster for you.

In the Puppet Application Manager UI, you can configure Comply, monitor the cluster's activity, upgrade to the latest version of the software, and back up your installation.

How do I use Puppet Application Manager to deploy Comply?

Once the cluster is ready, upload your Comply license and provide any needed configuration details about your installation in the Puppet Application Manager UI. You can then deploy the latest version of Comply with one click whenever you're ready.

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