In the preceding chapter, you learned how to use Jinja2 and pillar data to make your state file more flexible.
In this chapter, you will learn how to organize your states so that we can enforce the state of your infrastructure with just a single remote execution command.
We will learn:
Until now, we have only been running a single state file at a time using
state.sls. However, this doesn't scale very well once we have many state files to manage our entire infrastructure. We want to be able to split ...