back to article Puppet draws back the curtain on devops magic with funky gfx and UI

“Less magic, more visibility” is what Puppet Labs reckons devops devotees need. Announcing the company's Puppet Enterprise 2015.2, the company's director of marketing communications Tim Zonca told The Register the rapid turnaround ideal of the devops world has a trust problem that the new code is trying to address. Someone …

  1. Andy 73

    A picture paints a thousand words..

    ... so where's the picture in the article?

    1. Destroy All Monsters Silver badge
      Holmes

      Re: A picture paints a thousand words..

      For once an article without an irrelevant and irritating overly large fondleslab/ADHD-yoofcroud-oriented stock picture of dubious taste? It was relaxing like a warm bath with complimentary saké.

      1. Vic

        Re: A picture paints a thousand words..

        For once an article without an irrelevant and irritating overly large fondleslab/ADHD-yoofcroud-oriented stock picture of dubious taste? It was relaxing like a warm bath with complimentary saké.

        Yes, but it would have been nice to see a picture of this new UI they're talking about...

        Vic.

        1. Anonymous Coward
          Anonymous Coward

          Re: A picture paints a thousand words..

          This blog post has a few pictures of the new UI, displaying individual units of things Puppet manages on a system. https://puppetlabs.com/blog/visualize-your-infrastructure-models

          1. ecofeco Silver badge

            Re: A picture paints a thousand words..

            Thanks for the link. Looks pretty cool. Too bad about the grey on white choice, though.

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