Webinar: Getting started with Puppet manifests

Join us on December 10th, 2015 for our latest webinar, “Getting started with Puppet manifests”. Learn more now.

Puppet uses its own domain-specific language (DSL) to describe machine configurations. Code in this language is saved in files called manifests. Puppet is used by all of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux® OpenStack® Platform installers to configure services for OpenStack.

This webinar will explore a few of the manifests from the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform installers. By attending, you will:

  • Learn some fundamental concepts and terms about Puppet.
  • Be introduced to the Puppet domain-specific language (DSL), the language used to describe a system state.
  • See how Puppet resources are declared in a Puppet manifest and applied to a system using the Puppet command line utility.

Register now.

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