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Converge 0.6.0 adds support for the
systemd.unit.state resource, which will
allow you to control systemd services from converge. In this article, we’ll
talk about what capabilities have been added to converge for controlling systemd
In this article on extending Converge, we’ll walk through the process of
developing a brand new Converge resource from scratch. We’ll go into detail on
the resource authors’ API and building a resource that’s safe and usable. This
article was generated from a literate program, you
can download the original orgmode document if
you want to build the examples yourself.
This article was updated on 2017-01-06. The How Resource Work section has
been updated to use the updated Resource Authors API.
We’re delighted to introduce our newest project, Converge. Converge is a
configuration management tool that makes it easy to configure servers, desktops, and Raspberry Pi devices.
Converge manages apt and rpm packages, files, directories, docker images
and containers, and the Linux LVM subsystem. The CLI, modules, and API server are all
bundled in a single 11Mb binary file, making it easy to deploy and run.
Converge is powered by a sophisticated graph execution engine that automatically
creates dependencies and runs tasks in parallel. Internally, the desired state of a system
is represented as a directed graph.