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Puppet and CouchDB

Starting in Puppet 2.6, its possible to store all facts in a couchdb database. […] Advantages:

  • Facts can be aggregated to a separate service to be queried.
  • We can now access a clients fact information using Couch’s RESTful interface.

Was it possible before to store this data in another storage engine or CouchDB is the first option?

Original title and link: Puppet and CouchDB (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.puppetlabs.com/blog/4016/