Puppet Discovery provides visibility into what's running on your entire ever-changing hybrid infrastructure, without the need to install an agent. Whether you need to catalog all your hosts, to improve your resource management to ensure it adheres to standards, or to locate vulnerable packages, Puppet Discovery provides you with the details and access to get it done.
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- Installing and taking your first steps
- Architecture - Learn about how Discovery works.
- System requirements - Supported operating systems and browsers, and hardware requirements.
- Installing - Install Puppet Discovery on Linux, macOS, or Windows.
- Getting started with Puppet Discovery - Walk through using Discovery for the first time.
- Discover resources from multiple sources
- Adding sources - Discover hosts running on cloud and network infrastructures.
- Adding credentials - Using SSH passwords, SSH private keys, or WinRM credentials, connect to hosts and discover containers, and packages.
- Gain insights into resources
- Browse the Discovery dashboard to drill down, filter, and gain insights about hosts, containers, and packages. See your cloud instances by region; hosts by Linux distribution, Windows version, or with Puppet installed; and container and package instances running on each host.
- Take action on your infrastructure
- Did you find problematic system services? Stop or start them from within Discovery.
- Did you find resources you want to manage with Puppet Enterprise? Install a Puppet agent from within Discovery.
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