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Friday, October 21 • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Direct Puppet and Application Management for the Puppet Platform – Ryan Coleman, Puppet

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At last year's conference, Puppet introduced new capabilities including a shift in how Puppet makes change to infrastructure from eventual convergence to an on-demand mode that enforces change quickly, provides immediate feedback while doing it, and respects relationships defined between nodes using the new application management language features. In this session, we'll review these new capabilities (also check out Nick Lewis's talk on Direct Change Control) and discuss the tooling we're introducing to make the most of Puppet's new capabilities. We'll cover extension points like the environment catalog, static compiler, cached catalogs, and more. If you’ve just started to use Puppet or are a long time Puppeteer kicking off agent runs with MCollective, you'll learn what's coming and how to take advantage of it.

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Ryan Coleman

Product Manager, Puppet
Ryan is a product manager at Puppet, working with Puppet Enterprise. He's worked on the Puppet Forge, Approved & Supported modules, and the Orchestrator, supporting application management and direct puppet. His background is in systems administration, working at Penn State on central services like Shibboleth, MIT Kerberos, Samba and Zimbra across distributed environments on top of IBM's GPFS file system.


Friday October 21, 2016 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Terrace Salon