This is a guest post written by Alex Rodriguez. About the Author Alex Rodriguez is a Linux dev-ops administrator, running Puppet to manage a SaaS platform of approximately 70 Linux servers. The great majority of them are virtualized hosts running CentOS 6.3-6.5 on XenServer 6.2.0 hypervisor; meaning he had approximately 15 bare metal XenServers to […]
Puppet is a tool designed to manage the configuration of Unix-like and Microsoft Windows systems declaratively. The user describes system resources and their state, either using Puppet’s declarative language or a Ruby DSL (domain specific language). This information is stored in files called “Puppet manifests”. Puppet discovers the system information via a utility called Facter, […]
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