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Thursday, October 20 • 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Device-Based Modules: Making Them as Simple as a Light Switch – TP Honey, Puppet

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There are few device-based modules in the wild, and there is little documentation for them. This talk will give insight into device-based modules, using a simple framework to quickly build a device-based module (agentless Puppet). To give quick results and getting something immediately useful, it uses the internet-enabled Philips Hue light bulb as the central use case. It shows how simple and how little code is required to interact with the philips hub using http / rest / json. This should show how easy it is to start once you have a code skeleton, but how easy it is for others to add functionality once the skeleton of the code is there.

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TP Honey

DevOps Engineer, Puppet
TP has worked at Puppet for the last year and a half, developing their supported modules. This includes working with the puppet community on FOSS modules for Apache / MySQL / Postgresql / Tomcat ... and also on device based modules like the Netscaler / F5 / Netapp modules. Before Puppet he was employed by F5 and BTI Systems. Then he moved on to IBM, working in the security space developing QVM - a networked vulnerability scanner, maintaining... Read More →


Thursday October 20, 2016 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Terrace Salon

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