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Scaling Puppet with Git

Scaling Puppet with Git

More and more people are turning to systems automation tools like Puppet and Chef to get the most out of their environments, and to create time to focus on delivering business benefits. Scaling Puppet is most commonly done using client/server mode, in which every client is issued with an SSL certificate, and conversations take place between clients and a server, over HTTP, and manifests and assets are served over the network, and applied by a locally running Puppet daemon. However, is there a better way? We present an alternative to the traditional Puppetmaster solution which we like to call ‘Git Puppet’.

Guest article by Stephen Nelson-Smith

Update: There is a fuller and more up-to-date description of my Git-based Puppet infrastructure in The Puppet Cookbook - so after you read this introduction, you may find it helpful to read the book too. Read more »

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