Puppet Camp 2012: New York City
Friday, April 27, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
Puppet Camp is a community oriented gathering of Puppet users and developers. You’ll have the opportunity to network with a diverse group of Puppet users, benefit from insightful lectures delivered by prominent community members, and be able to share experiences and discuss potential implementations of Puppet during our attendee generated breakout sessions.
Our event space has been graciously donated by Lowenstein Sandler.
9:00am - Welcome from Puppet Labs, Luke Kanies & James Turnbull
10:00am - Kelsey Hightower, Puppet Labs
There's a module for that!
11:00am - Sam Kottler, Venmo
Managing monitoring and testing infrastructure is hard. Puppet is a great tool to automate the management of the complex configurations these systems require. We will talk about using Puppet and Hiera to build an awesomely scalable and hands-off environment for monitoring all levels of the stack.
12:00pm - Lunch
1:00pm - Eiwe Lingerfors, Reliant Secuirty
Total puppet assimilation of a heterogenous environment with over 5,000
nodes comes with some unique challenges. We'll touch on a few of these and
talk about how we have approached them.
2:00pm - Kenn Hussey, Cloud Smith
Develop, test and Publish modules to the Forge with Geppetto. Stack, validate and deploy them with Stack Hammer.
3:00pm - Eric Shamow, Puppet Labs
Puppet module writing 201 - writing modules for scaling and growth
4:00pm - Robert Terhaar, Atlantic Dynamic
Puppet in the Cloud: How you can best utilize Puppet to manage your cloud infrastructure.
5:00pm - Drinks sponsored by Tumblr!
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