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+ - Open Source Toolchains for Linux Sysadmins->

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Arthur Digsby Sellers
Arthur Digsby Sellers writes "Sysadmins have to do a lot of repetitive tasks install software, edit configuration files and run back-ups. In celebration of Systems Admin Appreciation Day, The Linux Foundation is launching a new series titled "SysAdmin Toolbox" aimed at providing SysAdmins with all the resources needed to do their important work including how to automate the management of Linux servers from installation to monitoring to self-healing systems using open source software. This first in the series talks about integrating things like Puppet, Chef, Cobbler and Zenoss Core to automate the installation, configuration and monitoring of Linux servers."
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