On March 14, I presented Pulp to the Triangle Linux User Group in Raleigh, NC. In addition to an overview of what Pulp does and how its pieces fit together, I talked about some of the upcoming 2.1 features such as Pulp Nodes. I also included a demo of the new Puppet consumer features.

You can watch a video of the presentation here. Skip ahead to 26 minutes for my portion of the meeting.

TriLUG is a very active user group with a wide variety of impressively-talented people and consistently well-attended meetings. The TriLUG email list has been a tremendous resource for me over the years, and it was a pleasure to be this month’s presenter. If you would like to watch future meetings online, look for the “Triangle Linux User Group” on Google+ and join the live Hangout.