Get juiced with Pulp!

There’s a fairly new free software (GPLv2) project you might be interested in. As Jason Dobies mentioned, it’s nice and juicy. It’s called Pulp and it essentially makes managing software and updates on multiple systems a much simpler, less time-intensive task. Pulp is aimed at folks who manage many systems, whether they are desktops, servers, or a mix. It serves as a single centralized repository of all of the software & updates you’d like to serve to those systems. For example, you can: Create mirrors of remote software repositories, routing systems on your network to your local mirror to save time & bandwidth, Not worry about keeping the mirrors updated, as they regularly check for updates on the remote repos and sync up, Create new repositories of your own custom content on the same central system alongside your mirrored content, Define maintenance windows for software updates to occur on your systems, Easily organize systems into groups of systems, Push security fixes out to systems in one command. The Pulp team has quietly made several community releases, with Pulp release 4 available starting today! So if this all sounds enticing or at least intriguing, check it out! There’s a yum repo …