Puppet for Dummies

A session at php|tek 2012

Wednesday 23rd May, 2012

4:00pm to 5:00pm (CST)

Puppet is a configuration management tool which allows easy deployment and configuration ranging from one to a thousand servers (and even more). Even though puppet is a common tool in the devops-world, it is still a strange piece of software for developers. How does it work and what can it do for you as a developer?

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Joshua Thijssen

C, php, perl, python (p^3), asm: you name it, we code it.. Does magic things with linux too... bio from Twitter

Joshua Thijssen is a freelance consultant, developer and system administrator. His daily work consists of maintaining code bases, working on different projects and helping other to achieve higher standards in both coding and thinking. His passion lies in high-end and complex internet systems and clusters, code optimization, server administration and fine-tuning. His programming skills includes (but is not limited to) assembly, C, C++, Java, Perl, Python and PHP and has experience on a wide range of operating systems. One of his specialties is fine tuning MySQL databases and queries. His personal tech blog can be found on http://www.adayinthelifeof.nl

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Time 4:00pm5:00pm CST

Date Wed 23rd May 2012

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