As your infrastructure grows from hundreds to thousands of nodes, you may begin to find open source Puppet insufficient. If you’ve grown rather weary of classifying your nodes in the default manifest through roles and profiles, you’re just about ready to make the switch to Enterprise Puppet.
This course will get you up to speed on the enterprise features Puppet. In this course, Managing Your Puppet Infrastructure, you’ll learn to automate your infrastructure using Puppet enterprise. First, you’ll move your classification code out of roles and profiles, into node data. Next, you’ll discover how to switch between multiple environments, as well as orchestrate your tasks and plans. Finally, you’ll learn how to export resources, and write useful Puppet queries. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills to manage a Puppet infrastructure of any size, and you’ll be able to easily extend your Puppet knowledge through the official documentation. As a bonus, you'll be ready to take-on the PPT-206 PCP exam.
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Course Overview Hello, and welcome to Managing your Puppet Infrastructure. My name is Agaba Philip, and I'm happy to be your guide on this wonderful journey. If you're responsible for hundreds or thousands of servers in your enterprise, the odds are good that your infrastructure has outgrown the capabilities of the open source version of Puppet. This course helps you transition from Puppet open source to the enterprise version. Some of the things that I'm going to be showing you in this course include classifying your agents and node groups, deploying your code through the code manager, switching between multiple environments, and orchestrating Puppet plans. By the end of this course, you'll be able to manage your servers and services using the convenient and price‑specific features of the most popular configuration management software. If you haven't been through the previous course, Writing and Deploying Puppet Modules, you may have a hard time following this course. After consuming this material, you should be ready to take on the Puppet VCP 206 certification exam. Thank you for joining me on the road to managing your Puppet infrastructure right here, on Pluralsight.