Puppet Fundamentals Classroom Training

Puppet Fundamentals Classroom Training

 

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About The Event

Puppet Fundamentals

Duration: 2days


Objective

Objective of this course is to introduce students to what Puppet is, make them familiar with the core concepts, Master/Agent and Standalone modes, and focus on helping them get started to write Infrastructure as a code.

Targeted Audience

This introductory course is targeted for the budding devops professionals, experienced sysadmins who understand operating systems and linux/unix administration intend to use puppet to automate common infrastructure tasks such as installing and configuring systems, deploy applications, deliver softwares manage infrastructures at scale with ease.

Prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of linux/unix system concepts
  • Familiarity with Command Line Interface (CLI)
  • Familiarity with a Text Editor
  • Basic Systems Administration knowledge

System Requirements

HardwareSoftware
Laptop/Desktop with internet connection Base Operating System
8GB RAM ( 4GB Min) VirtualBox
4 CPU Cores Vagrant
50 GB Disk Space available  

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Puppet
  • Setting up Learning Environment
  • Building Blocks - Resources and Manifests
  • Creating Reusable Code - Modules
  • Creating Dynamic Configurations - Template and Variables, Parameterized Classes
  • Defined Types
  • Puppet Master/Agent
  • Puppet Forge
  • Externilizing Data with Hiera

** Additional Topics if time permits**

  • Using Custom Resources and Providers
  • Orchestration with MCollective
  • Writing Custom Facts

Detailed Course Contents

Day I

  • Introduction to Puppet

    • s vs Puppet - Introduction to Deive Approach
    • Infrastrcuture as a Code
    • Puppet Overview and Features
  • Setting up Learning Environment

    • Introduction to the Tools - Vagrant, VirtualBox
    • Setting up VMs using Vagrant
    • Installing Software - Master, Agent
    • Connecting Agents with the Master
  • Building Blocks - Resources and Manifests

    • Introduction to Puppet DSL
    • Syntax
    • Using Puppet's Resource Shell
    • Creating Resources
    • Writing Manifests
    • Using puppet apply for standalone installation
    • Introduction to Node Classification
  • Creating Reusable Code - Modules

    • Introduction to Modules
    • Creating Classes
    • Class Naming Conventions
    • Ordering with Meta Parameters
    • Writing Nginx Module with File, Package and Service Resources

Day II

  • Creating Dynamic Configurations - Template and Variables, Parameterized Classes

    • Separating Code and Data
    • Overview of Templates and Variables
    • ERB Syntax Primer
    • Working with Variables
    • Inheritance
    • Automatic Variables - Facts
    • Parameterized Classes
    • Extending Nginx Module with Parameterized Classes, Templates and Variables.
  • Multiple Instances with Defined Types

    • Defined Types vs Parameterized Classes
    • Multiple Instances
    • Defined Types Examples
    • Enhancing Nginx to support Virtual Hosts with Defined Types
  • Puppet Master/Agent

    • Puppet Master and Agent Configurations
    • Logs
    • Puppet Enterprise
  • Puppet Forge

    • Introduction to Puppet Forge
    • Using Community Modules
    • Puppet Modules Utility
    • Installing NTP Service with Puppet Forge module
  • Externilizing Data with Hiera

    • Code vs Data
    • Introduction to Hiera
    • Defining Hierarchy
    • Hiera Demo

Example Code Manifests/Modules

  • Nginx Module to Install and Configure a Web Server
  • NTP Module
  • Windows specific modules for Puppet

 

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