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PuppetConf Video: How to Develop Puppet Modules

09.06.2013
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"How to Develop Puppet Modules: From Source to the Forge With Zero Clicks" (slides)

Puppet Modules are a great way to reuse code, share your development with other people and take advantage of the hundreds of modules already available in the community. But how do you create, test and publish them as easily as possible? Now that infrastructure is defined as code, we need to use development best practices to build, test, deploy and use Puppet modules themselves.

Three steps for a fully automated process

  • Continuous Integration of Puppet Modules
  • Automatic release and upload to the Puppet Forge
  • Deploy to Puppet master

More about PuppetConf in my previous entry.



 

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