Automate your Microsoft Azure & Windows environments
Are manual processes and custom scripts dragging your team's productivity down? Are you struggling to keep your Microsoft Windows and Azure environments consistent, and to adopt modern technologies and practices?
If you're trying to deliver value to customers faster while keeping up with a relentless rate of change, you need to automate your infrastructure all the way through — from initial provisioning through application deployment, both on prem and in the cloud. Puppet Enterprise lets you manage your infrastructure as code so you can adopt DevOps practices, improving the speed, scale and reliability of your systems.
Provision, configure & manage your Azure infrastructure
Puppet Enterprise lets you automate the entire lifecycle of your Azure infrastructure, from initial provisioning through application deployment. Our Azure module allows you to provision and manage Azure VMs, plus give you consistency and visibility into your infrastructure. And it's included in your Puppet Enterprise support package.
- Download the Getting Started Guide for Deploying Puppet Enterprise in Azure
- Download the Puppet Supported Azure module
Benefits of Azure & Windows Automation
Enterprise-level support for Windows environments
With thousands of modules available for free download from the Puppet Forge, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel to automate critical tasks and services. For Puppet Enterprise customers who want extra assurance, we also offer supported modules. Supported modules are rigorously tested, maintained for long term use, and fully supported by Puppet. The Forge also offers approved modules for Windows that are fully tested and meet our rigorous quality and usability requirements.
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We recognized that with Puppet, we had a good opportunity to really take control of every environment, which would prove to be hugely beneficial to the entire process. With all environments managed by Puppet, the goal of continuous deployment into the development environment was within reach, something the development team had wanted for a long time.