To learn Puppet you need a sandbox environment to run your master and agent nodes. This video shows you how to set up a VM using Vagrant and VirtualBox.
- [Instructor] Before we get started learning Puppet, … we'll need a sandbox environment. … We're going to use a virtual machine … running in the free application VirtualBox, … and managed by another free application called Vagrant. … A lot of this course is hands on, … so you should try to follow along with me if you can. … To do that you'll need to install VirtualBox and Vagrant. … I won't go through the details of installing those. … They're pretty straightforward. … Just go to virtualbox.org … and vagrantup.com to get the installer packages. … If you run into issues, just search for Vagrant … or VirtualBox in the LinkedIn Library. … There is a lot of great content … that also covers the potential issues you might run into. … Once you have those installed and working, … unzip the exercise files from this course … and navigate to that directory for this lesson. … I have that open right here. … In that directory we have a Vagrant file. … I'd actually recommend that you copy it somewhere else, …
- What is Puppet?
- Setting up a Puppet master and control repo
- Using the built-in resource types
- Organizing code with roles and profiles
- Managing more nodes
- Triggering actions (orchestration)
- Gathering system info with facter
- Writing modules
- Using templates
Skill Level Beginner
DevOps Foundations: Infrastructure as Codewith Ernest Mueller2h 6m Intermediate
1. Puppet Overview
What is Puppet?4m 9s
2. Setting Up a Dev Environment
3. First Steps with Puppet
4. Managing More Nodes
Next steps3m 49s
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