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- Install and configure the CUPS server and set up clients
- Manage Printers through the command line and web interface and manage users
- Monitor the CUPS server along with filtering and file typing
- Secure your CUPS server
OpenStack Heat orchestration makes it easy to build templates for application deployment and auto-scaling. The built-in resource types offer access to many of the existing OpenStack services. However, you may need to integrate with an internal CMDB or service registry, or configure some other services outside of OpenStack as you launch your application. In this post I will explain how you can add your own custom Heat resources to extend Heat orchestration to meet your needs.
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This book is for Linux/Unix System Administrators interested in designing and setting up a CUPS network and provides enough knowledge to understand how the technology works, make decisions about deployment, and then implement a stable work environment. No knowledge in CUPS is required but readers need to be comfortable with working in the Linux/Unix environment. On the whole, readers should have basic knowledge of the Linux environment.