Post Tagged with: "docker"

Finally with the Docker, Pepijn Bruienne with Charles Edge, Part Two

What you’ve all been waiting for, the exciting conclusion to Charles interviewing Pepijn, where they finally let loose the dogs of Docker. Be sure to not listen all the way until the end, as the hand-egg talk somehow slipped in.

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Using Puppet with WebHelpDesk to Sign Certs, with Docker

In a previous post, I showed how to use Munki with Puppet SSL Client certificates in a Docker image. In that example, the Puppetmaster image is set to automatically sign all certificate requests. Good for testing, but not a good idea for production use. Instead, we should look into Puppet […]

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Running Munki with Puppet SSL Client Certificates

Previously, I showed how you can run Munki in a Docker container. Then, I talked about how to build Munki to use Puppet for SSL certificates. Assuming you’ve got a running Puppetmaster image (which I talked about building here), let’s run the Munki-Puppet image we just built. Running the Container: […]

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Building Munki with Puppet for SSL Client Certificates

Note: this is based on the README for the Munki-SSL docker container. In a previous post, we ran a Docker container serving Munki repo content via Nginx. That works fine, but only serves insecure HTTP content. It’s generally in everyone’s best interest to use a secure connection between the Munki […]

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Building a Puppetmaster with Docker

This is based on the README I wrote for the macadmins/puppetmaster image. Puppet is an industrial-strength cross-platform configuration management engine. Though you’ll find lots of existing Puppetmaster images on the Docker registry, this one will serve as the baseline for other expanded uses of Puppet – such as using it […]

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Running Munki in Docker

In the previous post, I built a container that serves static files at http://munki/repo using Nginx. Now that we have build the Docker image, let’s put it to use. Data Containers We’re going to hook up the Munki image to a data-only container. Data-only containers are a way of keeping […]

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Building Munki with Docker

Munki is an incredible tool for Mac software deployment, and the setup process is fairly straightfoward – configure a web server, create your repo, run the tools to populate it with software, and configure clients. It’s the “configure a web server” aspect that may give some pause, as setting up […]

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