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  • Ask Puppet Labs

    This issue tracker is only for bugs or feature requests on the community website, If you aren’t coming from, please look further down the list for all other types of issues.

  • CLA Application

    Bugs filed against the CLA app found at

  • Cucumber-Puppet

    The project is discontinued

    Cucumber-puppet is a tool for specifying Puppet catalog behavior. It uses Cucumber features as specifications and provides the necessary glue to access a node’s catalog from Cucumber’s step definitions….

  • Hiera


    A simple pluggable Hierarchical Database.


    Hierarchical data is a good fit for the representation of infrastructure information. Consider the example of a typical company with 2 datacenters and on-site development, staging etc….

    • Hiera-Puppet

      Hiera-puppet is in end-of-life

      As of the release of Puppet 3.0.0, hiera-puppet has been incorporated into the puppet codebase. The standalone hiera-puppet is only needed for releases of Puppet prior to 3.0.0, which are all in bug-fix only mode. The 1.x branch is…

  • MCollective

    The Marionette Collective AKA mcollective is a framework to build server orchestration or parallel job execution systems.

    Mcollective’s primary use is to programmatically execute actions on clusters of servers. In this regard it operates in the same space as tools like Func, Fabric or Capistrano….

  • Puppet

    Puppet, an automated administrative engine for your *nix systems, performs administrative tasks (such as adding users, installing packages, and updating server configurations) based on a centralized specification.

    Puppet can let you focus more on how things should be done and less on doing them. Let computers do what they are good at, precisely perform patterns, so you can focus on creating solutions. The act of specifying the services will help you clarify the systems you actually need and once your services are modelled using Puppet, your ability to scale and recover from hardware failure could just be plugging in a new blade, setting the hostname and starting puppet….

    • Cloud-Provisioner

      Puppet Cloud Provisioner

      Puppet Plugins for managing in the cloud.

      Getting Started

    • Facter

      Facter is a cross-platform library for retrieving simple operating system facts, like operating system, linux distribution, or MAC address.

      You can prove anything with facts!

    • Puppet Community Package Repository

      This is the place where feature, requests, updates etc go for packaging of Puppet Labs products and dependencies on, and

    • Puppet Forge

      The Puppet Forge is a website and associated command line tool for creating and sharing Puppet modules.

      Bugs for the Puppet module face should be raised in the puppet project under the category ‘module tool’:

    • Naginator

      Ruby parser/generator libraries for Nagios

    • Puppet Dashboard

      A Dashboard of everything going on in your Puppet ecosystem. Currently functions as a reporting dashboard and an external node repository, and will soon do much more.

    • Puppet Acceptance

      Infrastructure to support automated end-to-end (full system integration) tests of Puppet on a variety of platforms. Includes the testing harnesses, the platform specifications, and the test suites.

    • Standard Library

      This project tracks issues and features for the stdlib Puppet Module.

  • Puppet Documentation

    Changes to Puppet’s curated documentation.

  • Puppet Labs Modules

    This project tracks issues and suggestions for the Puppet Labs modules.

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