Programmatic approach to Windows system administration: – PowerShell – Desired State Configurations (is recommended) – Edit Registry
Experience with software development processes is recommended
Puppet for Windows – Fast Track
In our Puppet training for Windows administrators, participants learn the basics of the configuration management tool Puppet, test the way it works under Windows and learn about the special features of using it under Windows.
Puppet for Windows – Extended
In our Puppet for Windows Extended training, participants are taught the contents of the Fast Track training, but the additional day allows them to provide more detail on the content, as well as more individually and in detail to the (additional) questions and issues of the participants.
The participants get to know the following:
Configuration management in a master client infrastructure
Puppet syntax and resources
Using the tools git, pdk and VS Code
Windows-specific puppet resources
advanced language concepts
1.290,- € plus. legal VAT
€1,890 plus legal VAT
Thursday 19.03.2020 – Friday 20.03.2020
Monday 11.05.2020 – Tuesday 12.05.2020
Monday 14.09.2020 – Tuesday 15.09.2020
Monday 30.11.2020 – Tuesday 01.12.2020
Registration Puppet for Windows Fast Track
Monday 09.03.2020 – Wednesday 11.03.2020
Monday 18.05.2020 – Wednesday 20.05.2020
Monday 20.07.2020 – Wednesday 22.07.2020
Monday 23.11.2020 – Wednesday 25.11.2020
Registration Puppet for Windows Extended
For Windows administrators, the introduction to configuration management with Puppet is somewhat different than for Linux administrators. Shell commands and scripts are the means of choice under Linux from the beginning, under Windows it is only slowly establishing itself. In addition, the Puppet Community offers far fewer ready-made modules for Windows than for Linux, which are also tailored to very basic tasks. As a result, Windows administrators have to write significantly more puppet code themselves, but can access known Windows resources.
The training “Puppet for Windows” focuses on the basics of Puppet syntax, working methods (code development, versioning, automation) and module development strategies.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to develop Puppet modules for Windows and integrate Windows servers into a Puppet infrastructure.
All Puppet for Windows trainings are conducted by experienced ATIX trainers. Our trainers have extensive experience with the orchestration of data centers in customer projects and are also active in the development community.