What is Pallet?
The machines being managed require no special dependencies to be installed. As long as they have bash and ssh running, they can be used with pallet. Pallet has no central server to set up and maintain - it simply runs on demand. You can run it from anywhere, even over a remote REPL connection.
Pallet is a tool in the Server Configuration and Automation category of a tech stack.
Pallet is an open source tool with 802 GitHub stars and 122 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Pallet's open source repository on GitHub
Why developers like Pallet?
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- Everything in Version Control
- Jar File Distribution of Crates
- Provisioning, Configuration and Administration
- Pallet is written in Clojure, and so runs in a JVM. You can embed it in any JVM based project, or use it directly at the REPL.
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