|Date:||June 12th, 2008|
|Place:||EE1 Building (Electrical Engineering)
University of Washington Campus
|Subject:||Using Puppet for Mac Workstation Configuration Management|
This talk will discuss implementing the Puppet configuration management tool for Mac workstations. We will talk about why Puppet was choosen over other tools, how Puppet was bootstrapped onto the workstations, some of the issues we have overcome (and some that are still open), a few of the benefits of using Puppet, and plans for the future with Puppet at Northshore School District.
Ski Kacoroski is the Unix System Admin for the Northshore School District where is spends his time bemused by the differences between the Linux, Solaris, Mac and Windows machines he is responsible for managing. In his free time he loves to hike, bike, and, along with his daughters, is a member of King County Explorer Search & Rescue.