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Wednesday, September 24 • 1:30pm - 2:10pm
Implementing Puppet at a South American Government Agency, Challenges and Solutions - Pablo Wright, Edrans

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PAMI is an institution managed by the Argentinean government and is a fully comprehensive public health care service provided to retirees and pensioners. Today, they maintain more than 4.5 million members, 120 health care centers and 700 offices that are distributed across the country.

PAMI proposed the creation of an entirely new IT platform in four months. The objective was an infrastructure that would not only comply with a 99.95% of uptime YoY, but would also enable them to improve the services provided to their members, therefore maximizing all available resources. To do this they tasked Edrans, a group of Puppet and virtualized infrastructure experts, to design and implement a viable solution. We're here to talk about the challenges we faced and the solutions that emerged from this, both from a cultural and a technical perspective.


Pablo Wright

Automation & Release Engineer, Edrans
Pablo Wright is a lifelong Linux addict with broad experience in automation and DevOps practices in high-traffic low-latency infrastructures. He is also a certified Puppet instructor and the only official one for most of Latin America, giving Puppet courses throughout the continent. He's currently leading a DevOps community initiative to spread knowledge of new technology and philosophy in Spanish-speaking countries and at Edrans offering... Read More →

Wednesday September 24, 2014 1:30pm - 2:10pm
Salon 7-9 Lower B2

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