PuppetConf2014 is a wrap!

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Holy crap that was a great conference. It took a couple of days to recover, but I think it went really well.

I taught Practitioner Sat-Mon, had a workshop Tuesday, then I did session operator duty on Wednesday. In between, I attended a couple of talks and sat at the Walk-In Clinic dispensing advice. I had much more fun than I should have, but there it is.

Here, have some links:

My workshop Github repo

I attended Jeff McCune’s talk about using Puppet with containers. Here’s his repo.

Day 1 wrap-up with great tweets

Day 2 wrap-up with tweets

2 thoughts on “PuppetConf2014 is a wrap!

  1. Hi Terri,

    Pardon my ignorance…You mention that Puppet isn’t designed to deploy applications. Can you clarify what you mean by that? I’m in the process of learning Puppet and to me apache, nginx, openswan are all applications. Those apps shouldn’t be installed using Puppet?

    Thanks!

    • My apologies for the lagged reply. When I refer to applications, I refer to what is generally developed in-house at many companies – the applications that often run “on top” of your system programs such as Apache, Nginx, MySQL, etc.

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