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The Cloudcast #111: Real World Puppet Manifest Development

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The Cloudcast #111: Real World Puppet Manifest Development

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The Cloudcast #111 - Real World Puppet Manifest Development (14:47)

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Date: September 18, 2013

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Aaron and Brian speak with James Shubin about Puppet from a user's perspective and his journey from learning Puppet to creating and publishing an integration manifest with GlusterFS. Music Credit: Nine Inch Nails, www.nin.com

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Topic 1: It's nice to have actual users/operators on the show. What's your background and day-to-day work?
Topic 2: How long were you using Puppet before you started publicly talking about your work?
Topic 3: Explain your experience in building the Puppet manifest, updating it and then making it more publicly known?
Topic 4: How did you use automation tools to manage a complex distributed storage environment?
Topic 5: What advice would you give other SysAdmins or IT professionals to get involved in communities or share their work with Puppet (or other tools)?


 

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