In this course you use a master/agen- based Puppet configuration. In this video you can learn how to install software and set up your Puppet master server.
- [Instructor] Now we're ready … to install the Puppet Master software. … There are detailed instructions … on docs.puppet.com … but we'll run through it here as well. … Before we get started, … we'll need to log into our Master … and you can just use the command vagrant ssh … and you need to be in the same directory … as your vagrant file to do that. … This can sometimes take a moment. … There we go. … And I'll clear that. … And then I'm going to become the root user. … For the initial setup, … it's a bit simpler to just become root … and run commands that way. … So the command is sudo su dash. … There we go. … Next, we'll want to set up … the Puppet package repositories using rpm. … Rpm is part of the CentOS package management system. … So the command here is rpm -Uvh … https:// and then yum.puppet.com/puppet6-release-el … for Enterprise Linux … and then -7.noarch.rpm. … This just installs a package … which lets the operating system know … where to download the Puppet server from. …
- 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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