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Patch management is easier & quicker with Puppet Enterprise. See how to remediate the Heartbleed OpenSSL security vulnerability faster in this 8-minute video.


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Heartbleed amply demonstrated how important IT automation is in security situations. But it's just as important for turning on a dime when the business demands it.


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For Clojure developers: A look at the technology underlying Trapperkeeper, the new open source application services framework created by Puppet Labs.


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Trapperkeeper is a new Clojure framework for hosting long-running applications and services. Built at Puppet Labs as an open source project, it combines learnings about high-performance server-side architecture with patterns for maximizing modular, reusable code.


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We're heading to Red Hat Summit next week, April 14-17 in San Francisco, and we’d love to see you there. Here’s your guide to making the most out of the Summit.

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We believe the most conservative approach is still the safest and most secure: Regenerate your certificate authority and all OpenSSL certs throughout your Puppet-managed infrastructure.


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Full list of Puppet Enterprise-supported operating systems that have the Heartbleed vulnerability, along with the vulnerable versions of OpenSSL that they shipped with.


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We've released step-by-step documentation for remediating the Heartbleed security vulnerability. Links in post.


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Pro efficiency tip: People without root access privileges can manage resources with Puppet Enterprise 3.2. Learn how.


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Managing a MySQL deployment is faster, simpler and more manageable with the puppetlabs-mysql module.


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