THIS TUTORIAL HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW
This tutorial would require that attendees arrive with a laptop and virtualization software (VMWare or VirtualBox) as we would actually be writing Puppet code. The attendee would leave with
TUTORIAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES
* Knowledge of Jr. Linux System Administrator helpful
* A system capable of running Puppet
* Here are the images for VMWare and VirtualBox, though you could be running your own installation.
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Garrett Honeycutt has been hacking *nix based systems and spreading the
merits of open source software for fifteen years. He began using Puppet
in 2007 while building out a national carrier grade VoIP system.
Previously he has worked on such things as building core internet
infrastructure for an ISP/telco, creating mobile media distribution
platforms, and was as a Professional Services Engineer with Puppet Labs
working with customers around the world helping them with Puppet, DevOps
processes, and project management. Currently he is Puppet Architect at
Ericsson in Stockholm where he coordinates with and mentors those
writing puppet code for their global R&D sites.
Regularly presenting globally on Linux related topics, Garrett has had
the opportunity to present at almost every US Linux Fest, PuppetNYC,
NYCDevOps, SFODevOps, DevOpsDays (Bangalore and Melbourne), OSCON,
Mail.ru’s, TechForum, LOAD, Cascadia IT Conf, LinuxCon EU, Flourish,
GSLUG and CINLUG.
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