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Cloud Cafe #18 – The Puppet vs. The Meat Cloud

By John | October 26, 2008

Let’s face Luke is just a cool dude. The first time I met Luke was at an OSCON conference where he was giving a session on Puppet. I hammered him with a lot of questions and he fired back strong. I have posted many times on this blog about how impressed I am with Puppet…

So in this podcast I am glad to talk with Luke and Andrew about wasup with Puppet and the cloud. If you are interested in IT infrastructure inside or outside the cloud you might want to listen to this podcast.

Listen to the Podcast Here

I wanted to add a special thanks to Florence Neal for the artwork and Mike Colletti for the music. If you find any of their works interesting, please feel free to link their sites and contact them directly. and contact them directly.

Topics: cloudcafe | 11 Comments »

11 Responses to “Cloud Cafe #18 – The Puppet vs. The Meat Cloud”

  1. Nick Anderson Says:
    October 29th, 2008 at 9:26 pm

    podcast link is giving a 500 error

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