Yes , puppet has a pre-existing module puppetlabs/docker module for installing and managing docker.
The Puppet docker module installs, configures, and manages Docker from the Docker repository. It supports the latest Docker CE for Linux based distributions and Docker EE for Windows and Linux as well as legacy releases.
Due to the new naming convention for Docker packages, this module prefaces any params that refer to the release with _ce or _engine
you will have to install this module in order to work with docker in puppet.
Latest version of this module (3.7.0) is compatible with:
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