published on 14 August 2013

We would like to use our podcasts to showcase more cool, new projects from the community, so last week Hunter Haugen and Dawn Foster talked to Daniele Sluijters (a.k.a. "daenney") about his newly released Puppetboard project.

Just last week, Daniele announced Puppetboard on the puppet-users list, humbly beginning,  "it’s a lovely grey and rainy day here in the Dutch summer, as good a day as any to release a new little project."

Puppetboard is a web interface to PuppetDB aiming to replace the reporting functionality of Puppet Dashboard. Currently, Puppetboard can show you all the info that PuppetDB can show you: a list of nodes and all known facts for each node in your infrastructure. You can drill down into them by fact, node, and run reports.

This is so new that it comes with some significant caveats and some of the code is experimental, so contributions and bug reports are welcome!

Daniele will be at PuppetConf starting on Wednesday at Developer Day. Track him down at the conference to learn more about Puppetboard.

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