The Puppet plug-in provides the experimental Rake workflows and caching features.

Using the Experimental Puppet Plug-In Rake Workflows

You can use the Puppet plug-in Rake workflows to add a node to the Puppet Dashboard or Console, add a class, retrieve the node class list and node list, and remove a node with Rake API.

You can find these workflows in the Workflows view of the Orchestrator client, in the Rake subdirectory of the Puppet plug-in library.

Table 1. Rake Workflows

Workflow

Description

Add a Node

Adds a node to the Puppet Dashboard or Console.

Classify Node with Rake

Defines Puppet node classifications using Rake API.

Delete Node Rake

Deletes the node from the Puppet Dashboard or Console.

Get Node Class List

Retrieves the node class list from Puppet Dashboard or Console.

Get Node List

Retrieves the node list from Puppet Dashboard or Console.

Experimental Puppet Plug-In Caching

You can find caching configuration details in the Design > Configurations view of the Orchestrator client, in the Puppet subdirectory.