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comment Can you use configuration management (Puppet/Chef) behind a firewall?
I especially like Rundeck in general because you can use LDAP-auth, manage permissions on projects and jobs, and the http log gives you audit-trails of 'who did what, when'.
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comment Can you use configuration management (Puppet/Chef) behind a firewall?
If you wanted to wrap things that you would otherwise use knife for in a tool, I would consider using Rundeck. You can also set a runlist and environment on a node as part of the chef-bootstrap.
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revised Can you use configuration management (Puppet/Chef) behind a firewall?
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answered Can you use configuration management (Puppet/Chef) behind a firewall?
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reviewed Approve unison tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve unison tag wiki
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reviewed Approve Double UPS on high load during power down
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reviewed Approve File & Printer Sharing not working on Windows Server 2008 R2
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reviewed Approve Using robocopy to correct date and time
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comment When is it appropriate to use a configuration manager (eg Puppet / Chef / Ansible)?
Absolutely! Getting into Chef has been a huge career win for me. Here's the real thing: in a couple years CM will be just about required/expected for all but junior SysAd jobs.