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Pro Puppet is an in-depth guide to installing, using, and developing the popular configuration management tool Puppet. The book is a comprehensive follow-up to the previous title Pulling Strings with Puppet. Puppet provides a way to automate everything from user management to server configuration. You'll learn how to create Puppet recipes, extend Puppet, and use Facter to gather configuration data from your servers. Puppet is a must-have tool for system administrators, and Pro Puppet will teach you how to maximize its capabilities and customize it for your environment. Install and configure Puppet to immediately start automating tasks and create reporting solutions Learn insider tricks and techniques to better manage your infrastructure Become a Puppet expert! What you'll learn See how to install Puppet on a variety of platforms Learn how to manage infrastructure with Puppet Discover how to scale Puppet to suit small, medium, and large organizations Learn how to integrate Puppet with other tools such as Cucumber and Nagios Discover advanced Puppet techniques to make managing your environment easier Learn how to develop and extend Puppet to suit your environment Who this book is for Systems administrators, implementers and systems integrators. Table of Contents Getting Started with Puppet Building Hosts with Puppet Working with Environments Puppet Scalability Externalizing Puppet Configuration Exporting and Storing Configuration Puppet Consoles: Dashboard and The Foreman Tools and Integration Reporting with Puppet Extending Facter and Puppet Marionette Collective Working with Puppet

Biographie de l'auteur

James Turnbull is the author of five technical books about open source software and a longtime member of the open source community. James authored the first and second books about Puppet, and works for Puppet Labs, running client services. James speaks regularly at conferences including OSCON, Linux.conf.au, FOSDEM, OpenSourceBridge, DevOpsDays and a number of others. He is a past president of Linux Australia, has run Linux.conf.au and serves on the program committee of Linux.conf.au and OSCON. James is Australian but currently lives in Portland, Oregon. His interests include cooking, wine, political theory, photojournalism, philosophy, and most recently the Portland Timbers association football team.

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Too dated, not great in the first place. Stick to Puppet's instructional material 16 mai 2017
Par Eric H. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
So it's my fault for not looking into this before buying it, but this book is way too dated to be useful. Also it's not very well written and the editor didn't catch a surprising amount of things they should have.

I've tried to find a good, current, book on Puppet but there doesn't seem to be one. The free learning VM on Puppet's site does a very good job as an introduction so if you're new I'd start there. Beyond that it looks like they offer several free self-tought classes as well as some paid courses though I haven't tried either of them yet.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Excelent Content but could use some serious editing 22 décembre 2011
Par Powertoaster - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I have really enjoyed the book so far, it has definitely made learning puppet a much nicer experience.

I would have given it 5 stars except that this book and the source code that goes with it, is replete with typos and poor grammatical structure.
There are several sections in the book that seem quite disjointed, like the author knew where he was going in his head but spaced out a paragraph here or there.
The scary part is that I am only to chapter 2.

Most of the code examples do not run as is and need editing.

IMHO, this is a beta version book, and was rushed out with great content but very little editing or review.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Poor editing of OK content 3 septembre 2013
Par econerd4ever - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book was frustrating to read.

The high frequency of errors (in both the prose and the code, but mostly the code) makes it hard to focus on the content.

There's far too much unnecessary detail and repetition.

Simple code samples are followed by line-by-line explanations of what they're doing. This is sometimes useful, such as when introducing a DSL or a new bit of syntax, but much of the time, it's excessive. One time, there was a whole 2-sentence paragraph to state that a variable was being assigned!

Every time a tool or plugin is introduced that requires new packages, there are detailed instructions about how to install said packages, including commands to use with various package managers (yum, aptitude, etc) and on various types of systems. This includes generic dependencies that aren't specific to puppet, such as mysql, ruby, erlang, and rabbitmq. I don't think it's helpful to include that information here. These dependencies all have their own documentation with installation instructions. The average reader has probably installed many of these before. "Install mysql and start the server" is an instruction that most system administrators presumably already know, or can figure out, how to follow. Even if a reader hasn't heard of package managers, they'll have caught on after the first example or two; there's no need to cover it every time. (Also, shouldn't we be installing many of these using puppet?)

I'm giving two stars instead of one (and I bothered to read the whole book) because the content, presentation notwithstanding, is useful. I'd been using Puppet for around 6 months before reading this, and there were plenty of ideas that I found helpful and plan to use. The examples were well selected (though poorly executed, as described above): significant new concepts often had two or three examples that progressed from trivial to realistically complex.

Some of the content is outdated (such as coverage of the ruby DSL for writing manifests, which unfortunately is no longer supported). If you read this book, be sure to pair it with the online documentation.

The Kindle format was ok, not great. The formatting was pretty readable (aside from awkward line breaks in the code unless my text was tiny, but I don't think that can really be helped). I glanced at a paper copy once and saw that this book really doesn't have sidebars, so it doesn't suffer from confusing formatting caused by attempting to inline those with the text (as some technical books do). I did find one code error specific to the Kindle version -- the cucumber feature code is missing any interpolated variables (ie, "<hostname>.example.com.yaml" came out as simply ".example.com.yaml").
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best single source 27 juillet 2012
Par Neal Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've been through the official puppet training and I still learn from this book. It is the best single source introduction to some difficult concepts. I would have paid a fortune for it last year when I wrote most of my puppet code. Now I have to go back and refactor my code to fix all the design flaws this book has revealed.

Do yourself a favor and start here, you can just read the first 2-3 chapters to get a decent grasp of the correct way to proceed. Don't just muddle through with the online docs and no real idea of how to structure your code and modules like I did.

Only deficiency that I see is that the high availability docs do not fully support Puppet Enterprise but that probably reflects the state of the product when the book was written. Still a worthwhile book if you are using Puppet Enterprise like we are.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Broad in scope, not comprehensive 1 juin 2012
Par E. Mei Douthitt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I had hoped for a more comprehensive coverage of puppet. The book is written well, and covers puppet topics across a broad spectrum of topics that will be of interest to very large puppet deployments. However, if you are managing less than 500 hosts, then almost half the book will not be relevant to you.

The coverage of puppet types and other details is lacking: the list of those covered is miniscule compared to those that weren't. For example, among the types that were not covered are: augeas, schedule, router, resources, tidy, vlan, zfs, zone, zpool ...

There is also no coverage of virtual resources, parameterized classes, custom mount points, and other topics. Metaparameters are only briefly discussed, and a URL given for a complete list - the complete list of metaparameters should have been discussed in the book. An entire book could have been made which would cover puppet in all its complexity; instead, this book covers a broad amount of topics while covering only puppet basics.

Managing puppet with puppet is covered, while not discussing using puppet to bootstrap itself. Using puppet for system installs is not covered. In particular, it is never discussed why puppet needs to make sure it is installed when it is in fact running at the time.

There is no preface, which might have answered some of the implied questions in this review: Who is this book written for? Why are these topics covered? Why is puppet not covered completely?

There is a glaring mistake in the index (which suggests that the index was manually created): "running Dashboard" comes after "Red Hat" and before "regular expressions". In this day and age, indexes should be automatically generated in alphabetical order from the text.
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