Google Introduces Puppet support for Google Cloud Platform
The ability to control resources programmatically with tools they know and love can make a big difference for developers creating cloud-native applications. That’s why today, we released and open sourced a set of comprehensive modules to improve the ability for Puppet users to manage Google Cloud Platform (GCP) resources using the Puppet domain specific language, or DSL. The new modules follow Puppet’s object convergence model, allowing you to define the desired state of your GCP resources that our providers will enforce directly within the Puppet language.
The new modules support the following products:
These new modules are Puppet Approved, having passed the rigorous quality and review bar from Puppet Engineering team, and are open-source under the Apache-2.0 license, available from GCP’s Github repository.
We also released a unified authentication module that provides a single authentication mechanism for all the modules.
The modules have been tested on CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, Windows and other OS’s. Refer to the operating system support matrix for compatibility details. They work with both Puppet Open Source and Puppet Enterprise.
Read the entire article here, Introducing Puppet support for Google Cloud Platform
via the fine folks at Google Cloud