Learn the essential concepts of the Puppet Enterprise ecosystem required to describe and manage infrastructure using publicly available modules.
Please note: Based on feedback from our customers, Puppet Fundamentals, Puppetizing Infrastructure, and Puppet Essentials for Windows are getting a complete refresh in Oct 2018 and are being replaced with a new three-day course: Getting Started with Puppet (GSWP)!
GSWP takes the high-quality curriculum from these three courses and creates one hands-on, activity based course. The labs are focused on real-world issues so you will leave the class with the resources and code you need to immediately get started in your own infrastructure. GSWP also features Puppet tasks and Bolt, Discovery, and the PDK. It provides users a practical, guided on-ramp to get started with Puppet.
Learn more about Getting Started with Puppet here.
This course is offered both in-person and virtually. The full course schedule, including virtual classes, is available below.
In this three-day course, students will use the Puppet Enterprise console and write platform discovery tools (facts), troubleshoot common Puppet errors and misconfigurations, and use native platform tooling with Puppet on several platforms including Windows and Linux. After completing this course, students will be able to describe and manage infrastructure as code using Puppet in a master-agent setup. Students will also be able to describe and use a workflow for iterating on Puppet Code using version control and environments.
- Overview of Puppet
- Puppet component roles
- Version control workflow
- Using modules from the Puppet Forge
- Core Puppet concepts
- Understanding Puppet code
- Managing Puppet code
- Roles and profiles
- Classification techniques
- Using templates
- Puppetizing existing services and applications
- Creating and using custom facts
- Managing site-specific data with Hiera
- Troubleshooting techniques
In this course, we expect students have little or no experience with Puppet Enterprise (or open source Puppet) and are looking to build a foundation for future growth, experience, and knowledge. The course is designed to benefit DevOps professionals with a basic understanding of the core systems administration problem space.
In order to complete the course successfully, students need to have experience equivalent to a junior sys admin. Familiarity with scripting in PowerShell and/or Bash is recommended.
Students will be provided with access to a hosted classroom environment and must review the technical requirements prior to the start of class.
- Public: $2,400 USD
- Private: Request a Quote
This class is also offered as a live virtual class: Virtual Puppetizing Infrastructure.
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