Learn about common third-party service automation tools such as Chef and Puppet.
- [Instructor] To this point in this course,…we've been looking mostly at Amazon tools…around application, automation, and configuration…management and CINCD.…Because many of the Amazon tools, the Code Commit,…Code Build, so on, so forth are pretty new,…in the real world, there are other tools that I'm working…with more frequently, and I just want to include them here.…So, a list of some of the configuration tools that I see…out there, Ansible and Salt, which are Python based,…Chef and Puppet, which are Ruby based,…and Rex, which is Perl based.…So, let's take a little bit closer look at Chef and Puppet,…cause those are the ones that I see most often.…
It's really interesting how much of a religious debate…there is between Chef and Puppet…out there for configuration automation.…They basically are providing very similar functionality,…but in a slightly different way.…They're both Ruby based and they integrate with other tools.…You can see here this is from the Chef website.…The idea is that Chef Automate will automate…
- Continuous delivery (CD) approaches
- Automation approaches
- Core services of AWS
- Core AWS tools
- Advanced CD
- Advanced automation
- Using third-party tools for CD and automation
Skill Level Advanced
Amazon Web Services: High Availabilitywith Sharif Nijim2h 17m Intermediate
Amazon Web Services for Data Sciencewith Lynn Langit3h 56m Intermediate
1. Continuous Delivery (CD) and Automation Approaches
2. CD and Automation with Core AWS Services
3. Using AWS Tools for Advanced CD and Automation
4. Advanced and Third-Party Tools
Infrastructure as code4m 22s
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