Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of GEC22Agenda/ConfigMgmt


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    2626== Description ==
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    28 This tutorial will build awareness of open source configuration management (Puppet, Chef, Salt, and Ansible) and software deployment (Fabric) tools and best practices for use in experimentation. This tutorial consists of two parts: experimenters will discuss their experiences using these tools to run experiments on GENI; in the hands-on portion, attendees will do simple examples using two different tools, Chef and Ansible.
     28This is the second part of a two part tutorial intended to build awareness of open source configuration management (Puppet, Chef, Salt, and Ansible) and software deployment (Fabric) tools and best practices for use in experimentation.
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    30 The goal of the tutorial is to encourage experimenters to adopt a configuration management (CM) tool of their choice in their day-to-day experimentation.
     30In the first session, [wiki:GEC22Agenda/IntroToCM Introduction to Configuration Management Tools for Experimenters],  experimenters discussed their experiences using these tools to run experiments on GENI.
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     32In this second (hands-on) session attendees will do simple examples using two different tools, Chef and Ansible.
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     34The goal of the two sessions is to encourage experimenters to adopt a configuration management (CM) tool of their choice in their day-to-day experimentation.
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    3236== Audience ==
     
    4448== Agenda ==
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     50 1. Presentation session to be held previously: [wiki:GEC22Agenda/IntroToCM Introduction to Configuration Management Tools for Experimenters]
     51 2. Hands-On with Chef and Ansible.
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     53    ''Hands-on experience using each of Chef and Ansible. Experimenters will leave with the software installed and having done a small example that illustrates the strengths of each tool for experimenters.''
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    4655 * Slides: [attachment: pptx]
    4756 * Instructions: [wiki: web]