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How to build Archlinux packages with Puppet.

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What are Archlinux packages?

Arch Linux is a simple and lightweight Linux distribution, and was created with the KISS principle. A part of the base of Arch Linux is the pacman package manager, which then makes it easy to install and update applications and how they work with each other. The simplicity and open community is conducive to attracting developers as well as using the operating system on a day-to-day basis. Power users can make changes to how their systems works, both visually and technically.


What is Puppet?

Puppet is a platform for configuration management, continuous delivery and IT automation of any application. Puppet is everywhere: in the smallest start-up to some of the world’s largest enterprises. It’s used by tens of thousands of organizations in over 100 countries, from every corner of the technology industry; finance, manufacturing, media and entertainment, retail, healthcare and beyond. Scale your entire business by automating and managing everything from PCs and servers to VMs and containers in hybrid cloud environments with Puppet Enterprise. Puppet works on almost anything, from physical hardware to virtual machines and containers to cloud services - we'll even help you make sure that code out in GitHub is getting deployed correctly.

Building Archlinux package with Puppet via packagecloud

If you’re looking to build Archlinux package with Puppet, you can use packagecloud to handle all of your package management and integrations with your CI/CD tools. Packagecloud works with all kinds of packages, not only Archlinux packages. As well, you can integrate with all kinds of CI/CD tools, not only Puppet.

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