It is also too old to be relevant for the current releases of Puppet.
For any sysadmin that needs an introduction to Puppet this is a good book to start with, gives you a basic understanding of puppet and how it works, I recommend it.
This book, however, has provided some much needed concise information.
For any sysadmin that needs an introduction to Puppet this is a good book to start with, gives you a basic understanding of puppet and how it works, I recommend it.Published 10 months ago by Carlos E. Ku
I read 2/3rds of this book and gave up. It is poorly edited, contains too many mistakes/inconsistencies and reads like a first draft. Read morePublished on January 12, 2013 by Romski
I'm going to side with other reviews, in that this book is "good, but could be better". First off, it's outdated. Read morePublished on August 27, 2012 by Brian M. Murphree
This feels like a decent e-book that Apress rushed to market too early. It's not only hampered by the lack of an index, but the page formatting in terms of the headers and footers... Read morePublished on March 4, 2011 by Al
The info is good but the lack of an index makes it useless as a reference.Published on September 11, 2010 by Nathan Mueller
Its a short book but given the light level of documentation around the puppet opensource project I found this book useful to get you started automating machine administration. Read morePublished on May 18, 2010 by Simon Reavely
Well written book to get you going with Puppet. I understand there will be an new book from the same author later this year (aprox. Read morePublished on May 17, 2010 by G. Schram
I started using puppet about 2 months ago and had spent quit some time googling around. It worked, but I had many questions where I could not find a clear answer. Read more
I found the book to be easy to read and concise. The book covers all of the basics and some advanced topics, so seasoned puppeteers will still get some value out of this book.Published on December 13, 2009 by C. Sutton