San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Puppet Camps are one-day, regional events held around the world for people who are currently using or interested in using Puppet. You will have the opportunity to talk to a diverse group of Puppet users, benefit from presentations delivered by prominent community members, share experiences, and discuss potential implementations of Puppet with your peers.
While both new and experienced Puppet users are welcome to attend, the presentations are geared slightly more toward beginners. More experienced users can still benefit from the presentations and networking with other Puppet users.
A bit more about the format:
This is a full day, one track conference with talks and demos about using Puppet, Puppet Enterprise and related technologies.
You should expect between 5 to 8 talks delivered by Puppet users and Puppet Labs employees.
We provide you with coffee, lunch and a networking reception after the event. The small attendance fee helps us cover the cost of food and the room.
Attend this camp to learn new ways to use Puppet and related technologies with ideas you can immediately implement. Completely new to Puppet? Puppet is IT automation software that helps system administrators manage infrastructure throughout its lifecycle, from provisioning and configuration to orchestration and reporting. Learn more at PuppetLabs.com.
: Check in / Registration
: Puppet Keynote (Beginner) - Lindsey Smith, Puppet Labs
: Getting Started with Custom Module Development - Sheela Nistala, Reliant Security
: Build a modern infrastructure in 45 min! (Beginner) - Matthew Barr, HERE
: Streamlining your puppet development workflow (Beginner) - Tom Doran, Yelp
: Puppet Demo (Beginner) - John Hong
: Safely storing secrets and credentials in Git for use by Puppet: The BlackBox project (Intermediate) - Thomas A. Limoncelli, Stack Exchange
: Closing Keynote: Continuous delivery of Puppet-based infrastructure (Intermediate) - Sam Kottler, Digital Ocean
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All attendees at Puppet Labs events (speakers and participants) should adhere to our Community Guidelines and Event Code of Conduct.
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