Open source Puppet for scale Matlab cluster for parallelism

(Last Updated On: June 2, 2015)
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Open source Puppet for scale Matlab cluster for parallelism

I must give full credit to you the usual Skype contact.

He suggested this open source to potentially automate. He said:

that installs and configures every aspect of matlab
[9:24:21 PM]  and reuse it
[9:24:29 PM] scaling out to 1,000 machines
[9:24:30 PM]  with the same install
[9:24:36 PM]  and if someone changes it
[9:24:40 PM] it just redoes it automatically
[9:24:43 PM] detects any change

Pretty genius but I have never implemented this?

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