Learn Orchestration and Automation in DevOps with Puppet with lectures, demos, and hands-on coding exercises.
Puppet is a leading IT automation platform in DevOps that is used to manage various stages of the IT infrastructure lifecycle, including the provisioning, patching, configuration, and management of operating system and application components across enterprise data centers and cloud infrastructures.
This course introduces a beginner to basic fundamentals of Puppet with easy to do hands-on exercises that you can practice right in the browser. The course introduces basic use cases of Puppet followed by an introduction to Puppet Setup, Architecture, Puppet Resources, Classes, Manifests, Profiles, Facts etc. Each lecture is accompanied by a set of coding exercises giving the user a hands-on experience in developing Puppet Manifest Files.
About the Author
Mumshad Mannambeth – Solutions Architect | Developer | Trainer
He is an IT Solutions Architect and specializes in Cloud, Automation, and DevOps. He is passionate about learning new technology and teaching. He believes the best way to learn is to learn by doing and in a fun way. He has authored multiple courses on DevOps, Cloud and Automation technologies and he teaches over 50,000 Students worldwide. His courses focus on providing students with an interactive and hands-on experience in learning new technology that makes learning really interesting.
Yogesh Raheja – – DevOps, Automation and Cloud Coach and Consultant
Yogesh Raheja is a certified DevOps and cloud expert with a decade of IT experience. He has expertise in technologies such as OS, source code management, build & release tools, continuous integration/deployment/delivery tools, containers, configuration management tools, monitoring, logging tools, and public/private clouds. He loves to share his technical expertise with audience worldwide at various forums, conferences, webinars, blogs, and LinkedIn. He has written books on IT automation named “Effective DevOps with AWS”, “Automation with Puppet 5” and “Automation with Ansible” which has been published by “John & Wiley” and “Packt Publisher”. He has also reviewed some of the DevOps books for multiple Publishers.