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Tuesday, September 23 • 5:10pm - 5:50pm
How to Puppetize Google Cloud Platform - Katharina Probst, Google, Matt Bookman, Google & Ryan Coleman, Puppet Labs

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Presenter: Katharina Probst
Co-Presenters: Matt Bookman & Ryan Coleman

Google Cloud Platform is a collection of services that offers PaaS and IaaS options, storage solutions and other tools and services for admins and developers. GCP is built on the same infrastructure that Google uses to serve millions of users worldwide, which means that it’s built for speed, scale, security, and reliability.

In this talk, we’ll cover the basics of Google Cloud Platform. We’ll also discuss how Google Cloud Platform integrates with Puppet Enterprise. As of Puppet Enterprise 3.1, you can use Cloud Provisioner to provision Google Compute Engine instances. We’ll demo how to set up the gce_compute module and manage GCE compute instances, disk storage and network interfaces using the Puppet DSL.

Speakers
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Matt Bookman

Solutions Architect, Google
Matt is a Solution Architect for Google's Cloud Platform. He has contributed to Puppet's gce_module and has co-authored a paper on using Puppet to manage Google Compute Engine.
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Ryan Coleman

Product Manager, Puppet Labs
Ryan is a product manager at Puppet Labs, responsible for the Puppet Forge. He used Puppet at Penn State to keep up with demands in Penn State's central infrastructure teams before joining Puppet Labs as a professional services engineer. He has tackled building services like Shibboleth, MIT Kerberos, Samba and Zimbra across distributed environments on top of IBM's GPFS file system and would love to chat with you about solving problems with... Read More →
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Katharina Probst

Tech Lead & Manager, Google
Katharina Probst is a Tech Lead & Engineering Manager at Google and is based in Seattle. Her goal is to make the developer and developer operations experience on Google Cloud Platform as easy as possible. Katharina holds a PhD from the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University.


Tuesday September 23, 2014 5:10pm - 5:50pm
Salon 4-6 Lower B2